[200q20v] First Post. No 20v yet.
Thomas.Forhan at mail.house.gov
Wed Jan 3 14:10:12 EST 2001
There is no fun quotient for the 95 A6 Avant. We test drove one, and my wife
was accelerating from a light. I said "step on it" and she said "You won't
believe this, but I am". We bought a 91 200q20V avant, no comparison in
acceleration, handling and braking (UFO and love it), and the 91 is much
larger inside as well.
Daily driver for the family - once you get it sorted out.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gerald R Stanley [mailto:bimnut at juno.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2001 1:37 PM
> To: 200q20v at audifans.com
> Subject: [200q20v] First Post. No 20v yet.
> Experienced Audi Freaks:
> I'm considering coming over from the BMW side. Recent car
> history: 1970
> 2500 (2 of them), 1973 Bavaria (much modified), 1986 528e, 1991 318is.
> The '91 20V Quattro Turbo wagon is extremely tempting an ass-hauling
> family vehicle to replace the venerable 528e.
> I've always done my own car work, including engine rebuilds,
> welding and
> electrical stuff.
> Am I insane to think the 20v would be a reliable "wife & kids" car?
> Are they old enough now that they are only suitable for constant
> Can they still be found with life remaining? I don't want a project --
> It seems that there is a lot to go wrong: 4wd, turbo. Would a '95 A6
> wagon be a better choice?
> How does the fun quotient of the two vehicles compare?
> The 20VQTW 5-speed sounds like a car nut's dream come true,
> given that I
> have a family to move around.
> Advice much appreciated,
> Gerald Stanley
> Lexington, KY.
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