Is Quattro worth it? How about a 3.2?
Why pay more to make your car heavier? It might get more traction on a 0-60 sprint, but can you justify the extra weight, fuel consumption and £1,400?
I reckon most buy it because they think the DNA of their new Audi can be traced back to the original 80's icon. Slightly antagonistic I know:haudrauf: , but does anyone agree?
Also, why buy a 3.2 when a chipped 2.0T will give greater performance for less money with less weight over the front wheels, therefore offering greater steering feel and less understeer?
Is it because of the V6 burble and the badge on the back? :confused: