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A6 Wagons = No sticks (in U.S.)
In a message dated 97-01-24ScharfR@aol.com writes:
<< In the U.S. market, all A6 wagons were,
> and are, automatic transmission only. As earlier noted in a response to
> original poster's question, (and again, specific to the U.S. market) the
> choice for a stick-shift, 7 passenger (5+2) quattro wagon from Audi is the
> model year 1995 S6 wagon.
To which, in a message dated 97-01-24 13:50:13 EST, firstname.lastname@example.org
(Andrew Duane USG/PE) queries:
< Are you sure? I went over this with my dealer this summer, and he told
me that in about '95, they started making some A6QW's available with
stick shifts. How many actually made it over here? Who knows.... >>
To which I reply, "I know, exactly none." Stick A6 wagons (whether front
drive or quattro) were never certified or imported to the U.S.