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Just a few questions new to A6's

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C5 Chassis)' started by HenriEST, Oct 13, 2010.

  1. HenriEST
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    [Oct 13, 2010]
    Hi,

    I am thinking of buying a 2005/2006 A6 2.0 tdi S line, i wanted an a4 before but they are too pricey for what they are imo, so is there anything i should look out for in that model of A6? i was also looking at the 2.7 tdi's.

    I had a b6 audi before but some **** pulled out on me and its written off!! :crying::crying:

    Thanks!
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    [Oct 19, 2010]
    If you have the money get the 2.7 as its a V6 runs much smoother and with a re-map you will get better economy (44 mpg on the motorway) i love mine, and its just as cheap to run as an A4.
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    Yep agree with this, Ive a remapped 07 plate 2.7 , A6 with every extra you could think of on it . its brill
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    [Nov 2, 2010]
    Cheers for that, i am looking at the 2.7s but they are alot rare. Anybody here have had trouble with their c6 2.0tdi's??

    thanks
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    I think there's a problem with certain (earlier) 2.0 engines... they re-designed the oil pump drive mechanism a year or two into 2.0 TDI production.

    see this thread
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