[BiturboS4] for sale S4s
Aurangzeb M. Agha
ama at mltp.com
Fri Aug 22 13:05:06 EDT 2003
I can't imagine going from an S4 to anything like an SUV. Although, have
any of you guys considered the new VW Touareg?:
I saw it while I was in Belgium, and I have to say that it is one
> Date: Fri, 22 Aug 2003 09:36:11 -0600
> From: "John M. Harrison" <JohnMH at uwyo.edu>
> Subject: RE: [BiturboS4] for sale S4s
> To: John Koenig <johnkoenig at greennet.net>, biturbos4 at audifans.com
> I'm wondering what sort of transmissions you guys have in your for sale
> S4s? I think my wife would enjoy a tiptronic S4. I'm sorry you've
> suffered life-style changes that are causing you to consider driving
> SUVs. How about an All-Road or one of these Volvo sort of SUV wagons?
> I think these might even have a 3rd seating row.
> I can't imagine one could ever really be happy with anything with 3 rows
> of seats in terms of driving pleasure after having owned an S4.
> Personally I'm lusting for a real Porsche at this point.
> Ed Carroll has a very nice blue 1999 Carrera on the lot for $45K.
> Someone was telling me that Consumer reports rates Porsche number 1 in
> terms of reliability. This is amazing for a performance car brand don't
> you think? They say there is no substitute.
> Mine is a 2001 S4 Avant 6 speed loaded 22,000 miles stock - just back
> from the dealer after getting the driver's seat heater switch replaced
> and having the washer fluid reservoir reconnected after noticing that as
> I refilled it the fluid was coming out the wheel well. Minor annoyances
> in an otherwise fabulous car. No kids to cram in there. 5 cats, but
> they are not travelers and have to live in the house. Just the wife and
> I to enjoy the wonderful S4.
> Cheers everyone. Have a good weekend.
> John M. Harrison
> UW Facilities Planning
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