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Re: AoA has ruined the new A6
I'd say I have to agree. Even though the A6 looks like a Honda, it still
isn't. I've always disliked the looks of the 911, but I want to someday
own one, because of te quality of the car. Besides, this is such a
selective audience you are talking to here, I think most of us would still
but an Audi if it only came in primer grey with cellophane light covers.
Remember, looks are only sheet metal deep.
At 08:06 AM 9/10/97 -0600, Ralph Poplawsky wrote:
>At 08:11 AM 9/10/97 -0400, Andrew wrote:
>>I'm glad someone else here thinks the new A6 is so fugly as to be
>>an abomination. So much for the new model driving down the price
>>of the used older models. No one would buy such a beast. :-(
>>My take on it is that someone left it in the paint-drying oven too
>>long, and it sorta melted.
>>Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7) email@example.com
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>>Only my cat shares my opinions, and she's comparatively good-looking.
>Well, I don't have a cat, so I will share my opinions with the list. I
>agree that the new A6 looks quite 'different'. However, I think we should
>reserve judgement until we can see the car in 3-D and drive it. After all,
>it is really how it looks, feels and goes from the drivers seat that
>matters. And if you think people won't buy it, then I give you the dorF
>suruaT. How do you explain all of those sales?? BTW, if you do get past
>the looks, driving the dorF should scare you away.