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RE: $4 for sale
The reality of the S4/6 here in the Minneapolis/St Paul area is none of the
cars that have come to market within the last 7 months has been a quick
sale. Carousel Auto had 2 S6s, one black/black w/8k miles and it sat on
their lot for over 6 weeks and also a cashmere/black with 17k miles that
sat on the lot for almost 3 months! The Emerald/Ecru at Sears Auto Darin
referred to in an earlier thread has been sold for 3 weeks, although Darin
was correct, it had been on the lot since last October.
The bottom line; the only people I have found that say S4/6s sell in one
day in the car salespeople at the dealerships. These cars, like ur-qs, as
much as I love them, are weird cars that few people have any idea what the
are. Also, as evidenced by market forces, most people that want a
performance sedan want automatics, not manuals. The S4/6, IMHO, is
destined to soon loose the higher resale value it has recently commanded.
This is not meant a flame mail to S4/6 owners as I have contemplated
purchasing one of these
for some months now. I ended up buying a 93 968 instead. I felt the
Porsche would provide more thrills for the buck.
From: Jon [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 1997 1:19 AM
Subject: Re: $4 for sale
> Reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Darin Nederhoff)
> To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Tue, 15 Apr 1997 18:40:44
> Subject: Re: $4 for sale
> From: email@example.com (Darin Nederhoff)
> >This may be wrong but it is my opinion that they are asking waaay too
> >for it.......
> > Asking $28,900 for it.
> >>They said it is the first S4/6 that hasn't sold in one day.
> Where are you from? That's a good deal on a '94 S4 in my part of
> the country (Minneapolis vicinity). Heck, 93's are selling for
> that much! ;)
Why is it that every other Audi has depreciated nicely for us used
car buyers, but the S4 remains high?
87 Coupe GT