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Re: Hp ratings of B & C class Audis

"Karl Nordstrom" <KXN2@PSUVM.PSU.EDU> writes:

>What are the differences between the '88-'91 Audi 80 Quattro and the
>'88-'89 Audi Quattro?

I'm not sure what you are referring to with the latter.  Audi offered
several quattro models in the 1988-89 model years in the U.S.  They

80 quattro	(5-cylinder, 10V, 130hp, B-class 4-door sedan)
90 quattro	(5-cylinder, 10V, 130hp, B-class 4-door sedan)
100 quattro	(5-cylinder, 10V, 130hp, C-class 4-door sedan)
200 quattro	(5-cylinder, 10V, turbo, 162hp, C-class 4-door sedan)

The difference between the 80Q and the 90Q in these model years is
primarily trim and equipment levels.  The 90Q had full leather/wood
interior, power everything, wing-style rear spoiler, bigger wheels
and tires, etc.  The 1990 model 90Q got a 20V 5-cylinder engine with
164hp but the 80Q continued with the 10V.

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