1993 audi 90 s




1993 audi 90 s

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  • Reviews: Read 13 candid owner reviews for the Audi Get the Audi 90 quattro CS AWDReview Audi 90 S FWDReview.

    View all 18 consumer vehicle reviews for the Audi 90 on Edmunds, or submit your After I wrecked my old truck I bought my Audi 90s.

    About Audi. Audi is the most popular brand among used cars. The annual output is 2 million vehicles.

    The Audi 80 was a compact executive car produced by the Audi subdivision of the Volkswagen The Audi 90 was an upmarket version of the Audi . called simply Audi 80 and 80 S, respectively), as L models (LS with 75 PS engine) or .. The B4 platform S2 Avant was also used between and as the basis for .

    1993 audi 90 s

    1993 audi 90 s

    Commuting to work Pros: It came with quattro-style Ronal alloys, rubber rear spoiler, deep chin spoiler, striped charcoal Recaro interior, and optional body graphics including full-length "Audi Sport" stripes. Reaching kilometres per hour My CS with a 5-speed manual is my daily driver, with ,9xx miles. I spend a lot of money on it.

    1993 audi 90 s

    1993 audi 90 s

    1993 audi 90 s

    1993 audi 90 s

    1993 audi 90 s

    Audi 80 - Wikipedia

    With record sales and an expanding lineup of luxury-performance vehicles, many of which have been met with widespread praise, Audi has been on a significant upswing in recent years.

    Sales plummeted from a high of 74, in to a low of just 12, by , resale values evaporated, and Audi was almost forced to retreat from the North American market entirely.

    1993 audi 90 s

    The Audi 90 would be the final evolution of the Audi 80, which had first been introduced in The pearl white leather of this car has seen better days, but aside from being deprived of a good cleaning, the rest of the interior has held up rather nicely. Entry-level BMW and Mercedes sedans only received seats similar to this as part of extra-cost sport trim levels and packages. For , the Audi 90 lineup consisted of three models: Cloth seats were standard in the base S model, while leather came standard in CS trim.

    All 90s destined for North American, however, came equipped with a single engine, a 2. A 5-speed manual was standard with all trims, and a 4-speed automatic optional. Keep in mind that these are base prices, and do not include many of the options that were standard on the This is the car I learned to drive on—not quite this one, but a front-wheel drive one with cloth seats. The interior was, as you mentioned, superbly done—good materials with excellent ergonomics.

    1993 audi 90 s

    The V6 was also a strong though not necessarily fast , quiet puller and this definitely felt like a front-wheel drive car , and quite effortless, too—I recall being shocked as my Dad inched towards the triple digits on an the highway once, and when I started driving I sometimes was surprised at how quickly I was going.

    There was no excess at all about the car. The car never felt designed to me—this is just what a car was. While I fantasized about bringing the car to college, the fact that I was going to a city with good transit and expensive parking at a time when gas prices were climbing towards their mids high and the V6 was premius-only , and most damningly of all its age.

    While my Dad loved the car and it never gave us any problems, it was expensive to keep in top form. In any event, I get the impression that twelve years is longer than most people keep these, though its predecessor was a that had been kept for eleven and the 90 never lived up to the for my mother—it was a lighter, less-thirsty—the was a base-level model too—and probably more direct car, which was more to her taste. This observation about the pre-A4 Audis is a terrific one.

    1993 audi 90 s

    It captures so much about what good design is, IMO: I would like to say that my experience with an early A4 was frightening to say the least. I asked the Auckland dealership to come to my house with a flat bed truck and take the vehicle away …I told them I never wanted to see it again..

    The recall on the in part included a brake pedal interlock solenoid conversion only allowing shifter to operate when foot was operating brake. Soon all automatic cars came this way. The rigged car I saw on TV was not even this generation of the , it was the previous generation car.

    Audi 90S



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