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2003 Audi RS 6 quattro Turbo AWDReview
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A 450hp Power Car Your Spouse Will Love — The big advantage is 450hp (mine is now over 500hp due to mods)that provides a luxury ride that your spouse and your high end clients will love. Very comfortable with the get up and go. If you are looking for pure go fast, not the best car as it is heavy due to the luxuries. But if you want a perfect blend of high performance and luxury.. then it's a great car. At the time of this writing the gadgetry of the car is out-dated (I had to put in aftermarket navigation, etc). It suits me perfectly. I took off the badges as the car is for me, not passers by to oogle over. So, for car is stealthy - my secret weapon. Every once in a while an enthusiast or a youngin that reads all the mags points at my car excitedly while mouthing "RS6, RS6?". I simply nod my head.. and daydream about that Vermont road with nobody on it..

Owner for 3 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:10,000

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2003 Audi RS 6 quattro Turbo AWDReview
Justin writes:
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A Beast Of A Car...the 4-door Road Rocket! — The RS6 was introduced in the United States as a limited production vehicle in 2003; only 860 were produced for the American market. The car combines an elegant interior - carbon-fiber trim, brushed aluminum panels, navigation, On- Star, Sirius Satellite Radio, and a suede headliner - with an awesome powerplant...a 4.2 liter, twin-turbo V8 producing 450 hp and 415 ft/lbs torque which in turn propels this two-ton beast to 60 in just over 4 seconds. The RS6 can reach a top speed of approximately 200 mph unrestricted. This car is a legend for those who have heard of it, and I will probably never get rid of it.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Extremely fast, Fun, Quattro all-wheel drive, Spacious, Extremely reliable, Ultra-rare, Decent gas mileage for the power, Conservative styling (it's a sleeper...very stealthy), One of the safest cars ever built.

Cons: Very expensive ($92,500 new), Very expensive to maintain out of warranty, Very heavy (4,025 lbs...not the best for cornering, but it does a hell of a job for its size), Astronomical insurance.

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