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Re: TT (and other ludicrous prices in the land of social welfare)
On Wed, 16 Sep 1998 21:26:09 +0300, you wrote:
>Approximate prices off the top of my head (TT official pricing not yet out)
>in US skins in our land of 100% car tax and 22% VAT:
>180hp TT (non-quattro) USD 60 000,-
>225hp TT quattro USD 75 000,-
>S4 USD 100 000,-
>A4 2.8 quattro (base) USD 60 000,-
>A4 2.8 quattro (US equip't level) USD 75 000,-
>To put this into perspective, 10 years ago my Urquattro cost USD 100 000,-
>and in the mid-eighties a Sport Quattro cost USD 200 000,-.
Some prices from Norway:
A6 2.8Q (base) $ 87000,-
A6 2.8Q (US equipped) $ 100000,-
A8 4.2Q (base) $ 189000,-
In 1990, a 100Q was up at $ 72000,- as base and $ 85000,- with US
equipment, and a 100 1.8 (cheap and slow) was up at $48000..
And just for fun - a Toyota Corolla 1.3 with NO extra equipment have a
price of $ 25000....