928s4 or GTS?


Asked by Nov 05, 2010 at 03:12 PM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I have always loved these cars, and I think i'm gonna pull the trigger and get one. I know about the timing belts and water pump.
Any other things to look out for? Cheers.

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Electrical gremlins in the dash. The GTS is a far superior and much rarer car, watch out for fake ones made from an S4 and a $50 GTS badge.


I agree about the GTS, but the difference in price may sway me. Is the S4 a decent car? What kind of gremlins are we talking about? I don't really want to deal with complicated electrical issues. Thanks.

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