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Can anyone list the differences between these model designations:
5000 CS Turbo
Since I bought my Audi a few months ago, I've started paying more
attention to other Audis I see on the road, and have seen the S and CS
designations. CFrom quattro-owner Tue Jul 25 10:39:05 1995
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From: Mark Bagdy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Driving the AutoBahn...
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 95 8:39:29 MDT
Mailer: Elm [revision: 70.85]
Hello Steve. I know nothing about tours, sooo.....
> Also, we would like to drive on the autobahn. Are there places that
> rent high performance cars? I would love to drive a Lotus, and maybe an
> Audi convertable. What are the rates per day? What about a min. age
> requirement? (I'll be 24 - ages of group will range from 19-24)
My opinion on my several trips to Germany over the last ten years:
1) You don't need a "high performance" car. My last car was a Nissan
with a hefty 2.x Liter engine. I got it up to about 120mph.
2) My last trip showed me there were precious few places to CRUISE.
Traffic was much heavier, people seemed to drive slower
(or was that just my adrenalin rushing?)
3) Audi's are great on the 'Bahn, as our company's cars are Audi 100s
or 200s (in those years). Better than a Ford Taurus here!
4) The perky ones are the BMWs. The fast ones are Porsches.
Just my opinion.