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RE: A valid comparison?
Why would they be? He only says it's the best other option if you can't
afford the best. Does he metion that an A4 quattro theoretically can be
had for about $28K, if quattro is the only option on the car.
Which other *cars* are out there with AWD? The Diamond Star cars
(Talon/Eclipse) are hardly in the same grouping of cars, BMW doesn't
import the X models anymore (shame on them) and I can't think of others
just off hand.
- peter, firstname.lastname@example.org
| From: Joe Yakubik <email@example.com>
| To: quattro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
| Subject: A valid comparison?
| Date: Tuesday, January 02, 1996 2:24PM
| Quoted from Scripps Howard News Service via Stars & Stripes
| "If you can't afford an Audi Quattro, Subaru's probably got the best
car on the
| road with all-wheel drive. But we're not talking bargain basement. The base
| price for the Outback review car was $21,995, rising to $23,870 with a $400
| cold-weather package and a $1000 power package that included 4-speed
| transmission and the stronger of two available engines" (155 hp)
| Are they kidding, or what?
| Joe Yakubik