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My new 2.0 TDi SE Avant

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by d5aul, Mar 3, 2006.

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    My New Car arrived Wednesday on the back of a lorry

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    Really pleased with it.

    Spec is

    2.0 TDi SE
    Solid Black paint, Black interior
    DVD Sat Nav
    GSM phone preparation in armrest
    4 spoke Multifunction steering wheel

    DVD Sat Nav is really impressive, still learning all the functions.
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    Be interested to know what you had before as I am considering changing the GTi for one of these this year as I may need the extra doors and space, I am already familar with the 2.0tdi so more interested in the handling/practicality etc.
    GTi's still holding silly money due to relative rareity so looking to swap for an ex demo S-line or similar with a little extra cash if required. Your car looks excellent, like the wheels.
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    Hi Spin, thanks for the complements on the Car, the wheels are standard on the 2006 SE.
    The Audi is a company car, I was promoted a few years ago & inherited my predecessors car, a Volvo V70! As the cars were leased, I had to wait until the lease ended before being able to choose my own car, Company budgets, Tax etc had a large bearing on the choice of car particularly the engine size.
    Handling wise the Audi wins hands down! The Volvo was very soft whereas the Audi feels like a sports car in comparison!
    The performance of the 2.0Tdi isn’t excellent but is plenty enough to keep up with the majority of traffic conditions.
    Practicality wise, the Audi has a reasonable sized boot & seats 4 comfortably.
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