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hey, im new to the forum and would like your views on the audi a8, i recently got offered a 4.2 98' but think it will be too thirsty so im now looking for a 2.8. Ive seen a 99' with 142k on the clock, facelift model (black) for £2495 (is this a reasonable price?) I have heard a flaw with the a8 can be gearbox troubles? any comments would be much appreciated, alex
Hi, As a new member to this forum can I congratulate all those that help to run this great site. Some useful info here. Now to my question!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm looking at buying A4 Cabrio, probably 52/53 plate at around the £8k mark, my first adventure with Audi's. I've been looking through the forum to see which engine/gearbox combination is the most reliable and pound for pound the best size engine i.e. performance over economy. The 3.0ltr looking favourite ( I like the sound of the V6) at the moment although mpg not that great. I tried reading the ‘sticky’ “essential collection” but unfortunately the links within don’t take you anywhere. So its over to you good people!!!!!!!!!!! Which do you think is best and why??????????? Many thanks EQ
Hi Guys Im new to this forum and have a few questions to ask anyone who knows.. I am looking to buy a 330ci Convertible (face-lift version) and have a few questions i have notice that some cars have silver surrounding headlamp and others have black what is the difference between the two, is one zenon's and the other not? Also are there different types of zenon's? My final question on this topic is that i notice when viewing cars that some have 2 scrolling ajusters for the lights beside the stering wheel and others have one why is this and what does it indicate? I know it may sound silly but im not familiar with BMW's and would like to make sure im not missing something that i dont know about or get the wrong option because the seller has mis-informed me on the cars features Any other info or items to add to the check list when buying one will be greatly apreciated Thanks in advance