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Re: Audi Wagons

Portia is worried:
>Hello, Audi people!                                                           

well, hello yourself ;)                                                                              
>Help!  We are interested in a car with more seating capacity, and Michael     
>says he'll get me an Audi turbo quattro wagon.  (I had temporarily succumbed  
>to the lure of a minivan commercial.  Forgive me).  But the very thought of   
>any wagon gives me the heebie-jeebies.  Will someone whose primary mode of    
>transportation is a wagon confirm or soothe my fears?  And how many will a    
>wagon seat?  My current car is the gray one of the signature line.  I may be  
>fixin' to have my third child, but I still want to look cool and be able to   
>teach some of these boy racers to respect Audis.                              

what you need is a 'grocery gitter'... we drive an S6 wagon. will seat 7
people. 2 in front, 3 in back and 2 down the hole in the rear fold up
seat. it's based on the A6, rated the safest crash-tested car this year.

power?? got it in spades!!! Mr. Camaro, eat my dust. Mr. Mustang, say
also has all-wheel drive (of course), the newer (95.5 model year) also
features a pseudo 'traction control' system - EDL. works pretty well,

my advice?? buy one... you _will_ love it!!

steve powers ... '95.5 S6 ... '95 620RX/C ... '91 K100RS-16V ... '88 R100S
spowers@spdg.com * stratos product development group * seattle, washington

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