A4 3.0 TDI
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Thu Sep 18 11:45:25 PDT 2008
Besides, European cars usually don't have a US price that is a direct
equivalent to what it costs in the homeland. For the most part, European
manufacturers always add more content to US bound cars and give it to you
for less. Especially, on luxury brands.
On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 1:05 PM, Taka Mizutani <t44tqtro at gmail.com> wrote:
> Considering that the euro is approx. 1.5 USD to 1 and the gas 3.2 engined
> being about $42-44k, what's so surprising?
> Equiv. BMW 335d is similarly priced.
> S4s haven't been under $40k since the B5 chassis and the C4 cars were a
> bit over $40k.
> On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 12:18 AM, Brett Dikeman <quattro at frank.mercea.net
> > On Sep 17, 2008, at 8:47 PM, Kent McLean wrote:
> > > Winding Road review of the A4 3.0L turbo diesel, which may or may not
> > > be coming to the US.
> > >
> > > <http://windingroad.nextautos.com/windingroad/200811web/?folio=89>
> > $48,000 for a model they described as not being very well equipped?
> > And that's based off a direct euro-to-USD conversion...
> > Yeah yeah, inflation, blah blah- but funny, I remember back when $40k
> > got you a nearly loaded S4 with just as much power, and four doors.
> > Brett
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