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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-01-2007, 02:55 PM
 
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cuz they're HOTT

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I think Audi now has the best exterior design, beating competition by far. Bmw is just trying to catch up. Audi is surely showing the originality and good inventions
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I think Audi now has the best exterior design, beating competition by far. Bmw is just trying to catch up. Audi is surely showing the originality and good inventions
I must say i totally agree with you there jack31melb !!

BMW has bought out some terrible body styling in the last few years with Audi kicking its butt and over here in Uk it used to be the thing to have BMW but now its the trend to have an Audi !!





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If you want a serious drivers car, with a tit's interior your choice is limited.
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Style, build quality, reliability, comfort. That's why I bought my first one.

The same reasons apply to the next one I'm going to buy, along with 4 wheel drive. I have a Land Rover at the mo, and I like the sure-footedness of all-wheel-drive (I'm looking at getting an A8 Quattro).

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My dad just bought it to me when I just keep complaining about my previous car's Mazda head gasket. So he bought me an Audi from his dealer at a pretty nice offer!
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Well I got one as its on my list of cars to own,when theyve become cheap enough to afford.I always do this,and just maintain them myself.

I bought a B4 Coupe with the 2.6 enigne and manual box.It only has 130k miles on her and feels lke new,and I'm the 7th owner since 1994.She has FASH until now!

As said already,its the lines.Its the rear spoiler and the way it just looks like its meant to be there.Its that "get out of my way" frowning front end!Every angle is pretty,even under the bonnet and inside the cabin.

Its a 2wd but Im not fussed by this.It was once someones £30k motor car and to me,it still feels it.I still feel as fresh as a daisy when i get out,and fuel consumtion is over 30 mpg on a run.

Far nicer than the 944 I once owned too!!!

Im very happy,especially for £1500

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When i was looking for my first i started looking at hondas,acuras, and volkswagons but none of them was something that i liked and so someone mentioned to look at german cars and i did and the A4 1.8 was something that really caught my eye and was in my price range. Plus it also had a turbo
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I love cars, but I always loved the look of the A4 and when I was ready and the price was right I bought me one and I have to say I loved them since.


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