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Re: A6q Avant w/manual trans
> Hairy green toads from Mars made Mark Switek say:
> > Anyone know if there are any A6q Avants in North America? I've seen
> > 5000's, but no 100's come to mind. Would consider traveling great
> > if there are any available in the US or Canada.
> Can't speak for our Canadian friends, but in the US, all years
> (except I think 1998) had a 100Q wagon or an A6Q wagon.
> The name switchover happened in '93 or '94 (I forget).
> Since '92, none of them were available with manual trannies,
> except the occasional '95 S6's.
> BTW, they are all called "wagons" here, except for the
> new A4 Avant. Silly word games....
> Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7) firstname.lastname@example.org
There are 1998 A6 wagons in the US. They are the old body-style wagons, but
they are 1998's. We have probably half a dozen of them on the lot. For 1999
we'll get the wagon in the new body style.
89 200q, TAP Chip, 171K