[V8] Theoretical question
Tony and Lillie
tonyandlillie1 at earthlink.net
Wed May 9 00:24:22 EDT 2007
With reguards to the milage, and it alone, here's my $.02.
The lifespan of an Audi engine is VERY long, especially if cared for well.
I've personally seen one with 460K on the original engine, down to even the
headgaskets. That car burned a quart every 1500 miles. I've owned a 4000Q up
to 340K, the next owner ran it to 440K, at which time the odo stopped. The
car kept on going. It burned about a quart every 2000 when I owned it, and
was without a doubt the most reliable car Ive ever owned. Started at 39
below (actual temp) without a plug in heater of any sort. My roommates cars
(domestic) wouldn't start even with heaters!!
Anyhow, if it's been maintained, especially by one owner, the rest of the
car will tell the story. If it's in good condition, there's no reason to
> These are not 305k miles on urban interstates and city
> streets, methinks.
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