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bye bye, old cabriolet. hello new a6

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by saxonblue, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. saxonblue

    saxonblue Member

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    well folkes , i had to get rid of the good old and much loved cab. my lad is getting a bit bigger now, pluss need a bit more boot space and quattro..
    so the old girl had to go. i will miss it, evan more when the sun comes. but i needed space in the back.

    so to cheer my self up i just got myself a A6 3.2fsi quattro...

    mmmmmmmmm silky v6 and rooooooom lol
    so if your after a very nice a4 cab 1.8t sports, get down to crompton way motors , coz thats where my old cab is
    hummm guess ill be leaving here and going to the a6 bit now eh
     
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  3. rjm180

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    Shame to hear your cab has gone, good luck with the new one though.
     
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    Good luck mate.... I've been eyeing up a 3.0T A6 Avant / A7 too... any tips?

    A7's are silly money still, but there's some amazing A6 Avants out there!
     
  5. saxonblue

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    I GOT A GEM !!
    if you after something big , comfy and fast go for the 3.2 fsi , that mine. there's some crackers out there at the mo. dont be put off with the size or the mpg... its not to bad really
     
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    Not keen on the NA engine though: the 3.0T is a lot more money, but 10mpg better, 50hp more, £225/yr less tax and nearly 100lb/ft more torque than the 3.2FSI.... if I'm going back to a petrol engine, I like the idea of getting the same tax rate, torque and mpg as my TDI, but 100hp more than the 2.5TDI... :)

    3.2FSI vs 3.0TFSI (LINK for side by side comparison)

    And there's some pretty good "older" 3.0T's out there: £23k asking for this 60 plate 3.0T (LINK) and £30k if you want a pre-reg'd (500miles!) 12-plate car, so the newer, lighter model (LINK).

    I just had a look on autotrader and if I wanted to spend less than £20k, then 5.2 V10 S6.... LINK

    But if I'm considering older cars, then I'd go back up to £30k and look at all the RS6's there :)
     
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