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caliban at sharon.net
Mon Feb 27 02:14:22 EST 2006
it would only take a 100 mile per way commute. lots of people
do that. also it would explain low brake pad wear :)
At 9:23 PM -0800 2/24/06, Stephen Lau wrote:
>i have to ask... how'd you ring up 100k miles on a 2003 model??? how
>much do you drive?
>On Sat, Feb 25, 2006 at 01:57:53AM +0000, William DeHaan wrote:
>> Well, I just turned in my '03 A4 tq w/ 99,130 miles. I did the timing belt
>> and water pump at 87,000 miles!!! I know, I know...pushing it. The brake
>> pads were original! Other than synthetic oil changes at 5k and the sch.
>> maint. for the first 50k I spent not a penny on this car. Wait... I did buy
>> 1 windshield wiper a gas cap and a turn signal light bulb. I drive like i'm
>> driving the 24 hours of Le Mans everyday (highway miles) and I'm very
>> satisfied with the durability of the A4. My '00 A4tq required more money
>> for sure, but it was chipped and driven even harder. I now have a '06 A4tq,
>> I can only hope it holds up as well. (*although I probably just jinxed it).
>> By the way, my wife's A6 Avant w/ 76,000 miles has all sorts of problems
>> (suspension, fuel-inj. seals, lots of interior problems).
>> Bill D.
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