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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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