Production Years?

Todd Phenneger tquattroguy at
Sat Aug 23 12:24:08 EDT 2003

Your correct on the 20v being 91' only.  And for that manner the
91' 200quattro was the only one to have the 20vt.  The non
quattro had the MC-2 10v engine from the 1990 200quattro.  Its
about 60hp shy of the 20v.  The 91' really is a much better and
capable car.  The flared wheel wells leave room for big rubber,
the Engine is capable of 350hp with easy bolt on mods, and it
generally runs better than the CIS 10v engines.  The 1990 200
can get to 220hp easily with a chip and if your happy with that
it is a wonderful vehicle.  But if you want more than 220hp I'd
suggest staying with the 91' 200.  For the cost to get a 10vt up
to even 300hp you'll already have spend way more than buying a
91' 200 in the first place.  Any you'll still have non flared
wheel arches, etc.

--- Snoop Dobb <snoop-dobb at> wrote:
> This is a pretty simple question.  I've been googling all
> morning, and
> haven't been able to find a conclusive answer...  Was the
> 200q20v only
> produced in '91?  I'm looking at a 200 quattro turbo, but it's
> a '90, so
> it doesn't appear to have the 20v engine.  Can anyone verify
> this?  Can
> anyone also give me a quick breakdown of the significant
> differences
> between the '90 and '91 models?  It seems like the '90 200
> turbo is
> quite an impressive piece of engineering as well, with similar
> performance to the 20v?
> Also, please cc me directly as I'm not subscribed to the
> list... yet.
> Thanks!
> -Matt
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