1989 Audi 200 2.2 gas turbo from North America
Heater flap actuator.
Power window switches.
There is little not to love about this car. The cloth seats are nowhere near as comfortable as the leather seats in my Audi 5000, but still very comfy.
Gas mileage for the auto trans is poor in comparison to my manual trans Audi 5000.
The FWD Audi 200 feels different in the way it plants itself on the road. The AWD 5000 feels noticeably more tank like and is generally a better drive.
Brakes are stronger on the 200.
Often these cars suffer from a "no heat situation". A fairly easy fix if it's not a heater core. I got my 200 from a person who lost the cabin heat and no longer wanted to be bankrupted by a service department. The 200 uses an electric flap actuator that fails. Cost me 80.00 new and I now have great heat.
My wife has a 2014 Nissan Sentra; though a decent car with a few modern electronic gizmos, it is very weak in comfort and driving enjoyment compared to the Audi. A poor comparison I know, but old car vs new car, the Audi is much more fulfilling.
I am not a fan of most of the Volkswagen brand, but the older Audis kind of have a soul. You take care of them and they do the same for you.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 8th December, 2015