1994 Audi 100 Overview


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4.55 stars

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Its Nice!! by Marko
 — he have nice acceleration nad braking too and nice handling.He have nice build quality.He dont needrepairs.And when you drive this car you just can have a fun.From out side he is nice.He is a metalic ... Read More
Excellent Quality Car With Lots Of Miles On It. by Andie
 — Performance? The fact that this car is still runinng with 273000 miles on it speaks for itself. And the build quality. Appereance? Any fault in it is my own: live on a dirt road, broke the tailgat... Read More

1994 Audi 100 Overview

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1994 Audi 100

First introduced in 1968, the Audi 100 had survived platform changes, unwarranted bad press, and innovative design features.  This classy representative of the modern age of Audi would bid farewell in 1994, leaving as its legacy both a four door sedan and station wagon that offered up luxury and driving pleasure in a safe and solid, yet stylish body.

In 1994, the base model sedan was dropped, leaving only the 100S and CS sedans, powered by the 2.8-liter, 172-hp V6 engine and 4-speed auto tran.  The 1994 Audi 100 wagon, previously only available as a CS quattro, was now available in front-wheel drive.  Both wagons had the same 2.8 V6 engine and 4-speed auto tran.  The CS quattro sedan came with a 5-speed automatic.  

Having built a reputation for its reliability, strength, nimble handling, and extraordinarily quiet ride, the 1994 Audi 100 had come to symbolize the smooth buttery luxury desired in an upscale family or business car.  Drivers agree the quattro AWD handled unflinchingly in snow and ice, and the Audi 100 never suffered from road noise or vibrations.  The interior room was more than adequate, and controls and extras were convenient and stylish.  There were only two steady complaints over the years -- the slow acceleration and the high cost of replacement parts.  In 1995, the Audi 100 would be replaced by the A6.


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The car looks great and drives great. has a little glitch with the ignition (the spring broke that turns the key back) but other than that it seems fine. My ONLY hesitation is that is has 228000 miles...

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