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4.3 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 7 reviews
1993 Audi 100 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 7 reviews
The four distinctive interlocking rings are the first sign of a quality vehicle, backed by a history of German technical innovation. The second sign is the quiet, yet powerful engine that floats you along past other mid-size sedans on the highway. The third is the luxurious comfort of supportive seats and ample legroom. If you need a fourth sign, then you are horribly lost and should turn back now.
The 1993 Audi 100 comes as both a sedan and, for extra versatility and seating, a four-door wagon. The only major change for 1993 was the addition of a passenger side airbag in all Audi 100s. Otherwise, the offerings stayed much the same. The 100CS wagon was available only as the quattro AWD, with a 2.8-liter, 172-hp V6 engine and 4-speed automatic. The CS quattro sedan featured the same engine, but a 5-speed manual transmission. All other front-wheel drive sedans had the same engine coupled with a 4-speed auto tran. Driver front airbags, ABS, cruise control, power windows and locks, and a security system were all standard.
The 1993 Audi 100 is fast, once you get it up to speed, but it suffers from poor initial acceleration, probably because it is such a heavy car, made even heavier when the 2.8 V6 was added in 1992. Its other drawback is costly repairs, which is mitigated by the fact that the Audi 100 seems to need very few of these, according to most owners. They cheer this sedan's durability and how it does not show its age in either performance or appearance. The solid handling, interior extras, an easy to read and stylish cockpit-like dash, and smooth quiet ride all earn high ratings from owners.
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Audi 100 Questions
Anyone Out There Got A Solution To A Reset For A Check Engine Light On A 93...
How To Work The Radio?
How Do I Remove The Fuel Pump From A '93 100 V6 Station Wagon
will I have to drop the fuel tank?? In sedans there seems to be a little door in the trunk that gives access to the tank/fuel pump. Could not find similar in the Wagon. Help pls. Thanks.
What Could Be Causing The Car To Not Start After Running Great The Day Befo...
My 93 100 CSQ was starting and running great. Then one day it wouldn't start. The car has 113K. The car was running great up to the day it wouldn't start. The engine cranks strong but will not turn ...
How Do I Remove The Radio In A 1993 Audi 100 Quattro Wagon
Also where can I find a transmission pan lock