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Well I can't understand all of this. Most people who ride in my car marvel
at the smoothness and quietness of the engine. Those who I let drive it are
amazed when they look at the tach and see how easily it revs above 5K. In
fact, I went with my ex-boss to test drive a Catera and afterwards he could
not get over how much quieter, and smoother (not to mention faster) my six
year old Audi was (he bought a Continental). BTW, does Cadillac still put
that GM turn signal stalk in their Northstar cars? You know, the one which
sounds and feels like it is breaking each time you use it - with the white
lettering that rubs off after 2 years?
At 05:17 PM 9/11/97 -0400, you wrote:
>On Thu, 11 Sep 1997, Robert W Obrien wrote:
>> Sock it to 'em Graydon- can we be expecting your Audillac anytime soon?
>> Hey- no fair- you're a Caddy engineer, right?
>I doubt it. And, yes I am.
>> C'mon, guys,it's not like a Jag 4.2- I don't really think the Audi's chief
>> flaw is its engine, is it??
>IMHO, the engine is the biggest flaw in the whole car. Its rough, noisy,
>heavy, and too small. It also sits too far out in the nose, but there
>isn't much we can do about that.
>Graydon D. Stuckey
>'89 Thunderbird SuperCoupe
>'86 Audi 5000 CS Quattro
>'86 Mazda RX7 GXL 2+2
>'85 Mazda RX7 GS