This car is a very great car.
Could use more power. I would suggest looking for a 200 Quattro with turbo. My friend has one and it adds a considerable amount of power.
Very hard, and expensive to fix and/or customize.
Upgraded to H4 headlights, makes a ton of difference.
Clear corner and turn signal lights make car look much better in my opinion. also added V8 tail lights for better look.
Manual transmission and Audi's GREAT Quattro system makes this car so much fun to drive.
Original retail price over 32,000.
I have actually pulled out a stuck Ford Explorer on my way up to the ski hill in the middle of a pretty bad blizzard. The Quattro AWD is almost impossible to get stuck, also has rear locking differential which I have used once, and saved me from walking 5 miles in the snow.
Only problem is the under-matched engine. Don't get me wrong, I have beat some those "pimped out" Honda Civics off the line at stop lights, and this car has no problem reaching 75 by the top of the interstate on-ramp, but I am JEALOUS of the turbo, and putting one would cost me more than the car is currently worth.
Upgraded to cross-drilled brake rotors, and upgraded suspension for much better performance.
This car has almost 108,000 miles and although I didn't own the car until it had 90,000 miles, it still seems to run like new. My family's old BMW 320i lost most of it's power once it hit 80,000 miles, and needed about $6,000 to get it running well again, including a new engine. would definatly recommend this car to anybody who enjoys comfort, safety, and performance all in one car.