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Those shopping for luxury cars often turn their heads towards the Audi A6 Quattro. Not only does it have a nice design, but it also has a generous price tag. This all-wheel-drive vehicle offers drivers capabilities and advantages when it comes to winter weather. When on icy roads, all four wheels are more manageable. The Audi A6 is known best for its quality and value -- itís definitely a steal for the price offered. The materials in the car are first-rate and is often compared to other midsize luxury cars. There are three generations of the A6 and they all come down to be worthy choices. All three of these generations deserve top-notch care, so make sure to treat yours the best. Buy quality parts when needed and always do maintenance and timely repairs on the vehicle to ensure that it gets to be around for many years to come.


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Audi A6 Quattro

The German-engineered Audi A6 Quattro (so-called because of its all-wheel drive system, the name being derived from the Latin-based word for four) has long been sought after by those in the market for a luxury vehicle without a luxury price. A typical new Audi A6 Quattro price tag runs as low as $45,000, making it very competitive among luxury cars. In terms of quality and performance, the Quattro equals and even surpasses its rival luxury sedans, and features one of the most comfortable and stylish interiors of any similar vehicle.

Near the top of the list of qualities that make the Quattro a favorite is its engine. Both gasoline and diesel versions offer high performance, yet are relatively stingy when it comes to fuel consumption. The interior is as quiet as a church, even at high speeds, while there is enough in the way of cutting-edge technology to keep even the geekiest drivers happy. The limited-slip Torsen differential that is at the heart of the Quattro's full-time all-wheel drive system also makes it a favorite of drivers who live in regions of the country that experience long, stormy winters. In addition to a luxury sedan configuration, the Audi A6 Quattro is also available as a station wagon, for those desiring a bit more interior space and carrying capacity.

Introduced in 1994, the Audi A6 Quattro (previously known as the Audi 5000) was available with a number of different engine options, including a 1.9-liter turbocharged diesel and an inline-five that was unique to Audi. There were nearly a dozen different gasoline engines available, ranging from a gas-sipping 1.8 liter motor to a massive, 4.2 liter V8 capable of 286 horsepower. In 1997, Audi rolled out the second generation of A6 vehicles. Consumers could choose a five-speed "manumatic" transmission (called "Tiptronic") that allowed the driver more control over gear selection than a traditional automatic. The Audi A6 Quattro secured a place on Car & Driver's "Ten Best List" in 2000 and 2001. That wasn't the end of Audi's recognition, however; the third generation was awarded World Car of the Year in 2005 as well as Practical Caravan's "Tow Car of the Year" for its many towing features that included adjustable suspension.

The current generation, first released in 2012, offers numerous advanced safety features, including a "head-up display" that shows data on the windshield (such as speed, oil pressure, fuel consumption, etc.), a lane departure system and variable headlight control.

There have been very few complaints about the Audi A6 Quattro over the years. Most problems reported are minor ones, or involve ordinary maintenance issues. Things do go wrong on occasion, however - and being a German-built automobile, these can be extremely expensive to repair - and even used Audi A6 Quattro parts can be pricey. The most serious issue, primarily on 2000 vehicles, is failure of the Tiptronic transmission, which can run over $4300. That is something to consider when looking at an Audi A6 Quattro for sale. Whether its repairs or ongoing maintenance, your best bet is to shop for parts online at suppliers such as PartsGeek.com, where you'll find some of the lowest prices on Audi A6 OEM parts.



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