1994 Audi 90 CS 2.8 V6 from North America
I would not buy again. Too costly repairs
Front struts needed replacement right away.
Sensor bad. Car wouldn't start.
Ignition switch and 2 starters were bad within a week of each other.
Back struts were bad when I sold it.
The car looked and drove great while it was running. No rust for how old it was and the mileage it had.
Didn't expect perfection, but since owning a million Honda's and a Nissan, I thought Germany could make a car that ran well with over 100k.
The car was in the shop 4 times in 4 months. VERY costly to repair!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 15th March, 2005
25th Oct 2010, 18:46
What I see here is a person who purchased a 10 year old car with 130000 plus miles on it, and expected it to be perfect. Buy a Honda with over a 100k on it, and you might have to replace shocks and struts etc.
I am a Audi fan, but I have owned and lived with other cars before too. I had a 99 Camry that I purchased with 180k on it. When I purchased the car, it need new shocks, struts and springs all around. Also new tires, but I purchased a car knowing I might have to do some work to it; after all, it had 180k on it.
I have always loved my Audi's and Volkswagen's, I liked my Toyota and I disliked my Chevy's. I purchased some new and some used. Know what you are buying, and if it is used, over 100k, yes you will most likely have to do some work. It does not matter who makes the cars; PARTS WEAR OUT.