>I wonder if the 84 4000 "S" just meant inclusion of the
>power sunroof vs no sunroof. I think the non-sunroof 4000 I
>saw was not an "S". One of the reasons I didn't buy it was
>lack of the sunroof.
I'm pretty sure there was only one model, the 4000S Quattro. I was under
the impression you could get one without the sunroof, but I have never seen
one without it. ---JCG.
I bet you're right. I think the "S" just means a higher trim
level in Europe and likely all US-spec cars came through
with all the goodies, us is usually the case. Most cars in
Europe do not have A/C, power windows, steering, door locks,
sun roofs, etc., hence the "S" designation for those few
that do, including all US cars we expect stuff like that.