2002 Audi with 172000 miles

Brady Macomber
15

Asked by Brady Apr 22, 2009 at 01:38 PM about the 2002 Audi A4

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

This is a nice deal on an Audi A4 but i don't know about the mileage on the car is that too many?

17 Answers

Chase Sutherland
3,835

my roomate last year bought an 02 A4 with 70k miles. put 10k miles on it since and has had so many problems he rarely even drives the car anymore. he said his coolant, temp, and check engine lights come on and go back off all the time. i dont know if i would even buy one myself let alone one with that many miles. probably better to stay away with that many miles unless you plan on spending a nice chunk of change on keeping it running correctly

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Spencer Wilhelm
15

My family has an audi... and the cars are hit and miss... a 2002 would be good but unless it had very good care 172k is a lot of mileage

Dennis Gill
35

dont buy it you will be hard pushed to re sell it when you have put a few more miles on it ! cash is king !!!

Seto Asatourian
45

that engine will blow in 1 week

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John Heard
60

Not sure if it's a petrol or diesel? if it's a diesel, it will still be fine at that mileage provided it has a service history to back it up, could just be as simple as a faulty coolant level sensor.. get someone to check it out 1st.. if it's a petrol, i'd avoid it... :]

Cecell Hite
5

Yes it is with Audi's once you reach over 100,000 miles you began to have costly problems. Because by this time you have to start replacing things. I'm sorry but I think the millage is way to much and even though the car may be at a good deal you will occur more cost in repairs to were the deal sucks.

Azaan Ashraf
0

HELL NO!! My friend bought an Audi and then it started to give him so many problems. NEVER buy a used Audi requires too much maintanance and that requires $$$ (A LOT OF IT)

Kevin Aenehzodaee
0

id pay 1500 for it my friend has a 2000 with 150k miles and he has no problem with it except he had to refurbish the turbo on it

Brady Macomber
15

hey thank you guys based on your guys response i chose to avoide the deal. but thank you very much

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Mark Reitzel
15

it all depends on how much your paying. cars aren't made how they used to be, i personally wouldn't buy anything for with over 120,000. with those type of miles, you can be expecting to be changing out a lot of parts, really soon.

Bart Graham
5

European cars are great, but expensive to maintain. My mate bought a 1999 model and at 180000 Kilometres, not miles, it needed a major rebuild, $3000 Australian. This was aparently a factory thing to have done, but it was the car's 'major' service of its life.

priestess
0

Gee, I was tryimg to purchase a used Audi here http://www.cbg.ie/SearchByMake.aspx?Make=43 The look really good and are cheaper than I expected but after all you've said... I dont know what t think about a used audi. I was sure audi was one of the problemless cars that sustain more than 100,000 in quite good condition. What to buy now?

Bimmerwagon
60

An Audi. Their drivetrain and engines are pretty bulletproof. Word is that these engines will go 300,000. Germans build good cars-handles and electrical-not so much.

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Curt Burley
105

Simple as this, there is good ones and there is bad ones. That mileage isnt high to what i have seen on many over time, especially diesel models. Im on my 10th audi now, of all the 10 i owned each for minimum 6 months most over a year, only ever 3 of them have had problems. Any car that hass been used for a few years needs to be maintained regularly, suppose costs can be rather high when u dont know the right people to work on your car. From my experience there not always expensive to maintain at all. And besides if you want quality then you must pay a good price. High mileage cars just need a good check over first and there not always unreliable due to high mileage. As bimmerwagon just siad there made to go 300k, I just sold a 2001 TDi for £1500 with 177k. Put 48k on it myself in 16 months and havnt had a single problem. Most reliable car i ever had by miles/ Only done regular oil change etc. My friend has a Tdi type 3 camper, now at 780k. Had 2 cluthces and regular servicing only and still going strong

audifan
10

Check out "Are Audis too expensive? In Defense of Audis."

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JesseJames12
0

Idk what everyone is talking about.... I have a 2001 Audi a4 1.8t with 178k and runs amazing. Matters HOW it was taken care of. Some of these European cars are meant to go 300k

svsccr
0

I have on mine 197800 miles and runs flawless. No issues at all. Still original turbo, starter, alternator. Recent timing done with gates belt. 130mph no problem. running on ams oil. 02 audi a4 1.8t

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