The Audi Allroad Was The Most Unreliable Car Ever Made, But May Not Be For Much Longer

22 Lie 2020
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    Hoovies GarageHoovies GaragePrieš 3 mėnesius
    • Sablon76 oh boy, maybe shouldn’t comment on LTworlds if you cleanly have no clue what you are talking about... 🤦‍♂️

      ErebosErebosPrieš mėn
    • @Beans The Cat why not I think it is a great website

      random clipsrandom clipsPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • OK, who pee in the floor? At 2:34 minutes

      keko738keko738Prieš 2 mėnesius
    • Its not a good car why are you telling everyone that JK

      The Car GeniusThe Car GeniusPrieš 2 mėnesius
    • Great channel indeed. Your BMW 740i it's a fucking nice car, stay with that masterpiece.

      Luís GonçalvesLuís GonçalvesPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • There are worse vehicles, the Audi all road probably has one of the best rides I’ve ever experienced in a car but the 2.7 T is the engine to be avoided, the 2.5 TDI is an excellent engine, most vehicles with air suspension are money pits Most pumps and air ride systems are supplied by Wabco, continental, Arnott etc, when they go wrong, it’s often at least £500 a corner after parts and labour, valve body’s corrode and leak

    autoworld100autoworld100Prieš 3 dienas
  • I love my car tho...

    Seth MckenzieSeth MckenziePrieš 6 dienų
  • toyota's and hondas are complicated as much and are hi tech and yet they do not break down.

    A YA YPrieš 6 dienų
  • I am pretty sure this LTworldsr named EverythingApplePro had this as his first Audi

    Omar ZowilaOmar ZowilaPrieš 7 dienų
  • Had 2

    Michael LeeMichael LeePrieš 8 dienų
  • I watched just to see another awesome allroad. I swear I have the last one on the road here in orlando. Love the car and get compliments all the time.

    Jeffrey YankeeJeffrey YankeePrieš 10 dienų
  • I owned a B5 S4 6spd with full exhaust, downpipes and Tial 605 turbos. 550 hp and I LOVED the exhaust tone on the 2.7T. That car was great and even with all the mods, could still manage 30mpg with AWD on road trips! Nogaro blue. Miss it so much! Sold to pay for home repairs! Dang life ruining fun!

    Ron LewisRon LewisPrieš 11 dienų
  • I owned one of these for 11 years and moved it on at 113,000 miles. It wasn't unreliable at all, though the air suspension start to leak air at around 110,000 miles.

    Billy CasperBilly CasperPrieš 14 dienų
  • My only wish in life is to see Hoovie buy a Touareg TDI with the Twin Turbo V10 😔

    Casian VasileCasian VasilePrieš 16 dienų
  • If you're having car problems I feel bad for you son, I gotta '97 Honda and the bitch still runs

    hughes1011hughes1011Prieš 16 dienų
  • It might be unreliable, but gosh it is so gorgeous!

    No NameNo NamePrieš 18 dienų
  • I could not figure out where I had seen you before........DOUBLE DARE.......

    Visagoth MetakamVisagoth MetakamPrieš 19 dienų
  • The diesel version is a lot better for affordability

    Il MagIl MagPrieš 23 dienas
  • If you actually want reliable, you stay as far away from Germany as possible. I mean that literally, as Japan is about on the other side of the planet from Germany. IE, you buy a Toyota or Honda product of some sort.

    GeotpfGeotpfPrieš 23 dienas
  • I have had three, could not give me an Audi now.

    Kirk VaciannaKirk VaciannaPrieš 26 dienų
  • HA - HA - HA !!! 😁 Well.... I got my Audi All Road 2.5 TDI V6 2001 model since almost 6 yrs... The car was used, one owner... The mileage was 119 000 ... Now is 189 000 and no problems whatsoever apart from the regular ones that are due during the years... Recently change the air compressor, front and one of the rear calipers...One of the air suspension is still the original one /Air spring only, not sure about the pneumatic inside/ All the joints original as well ....Now is already due to change them all...😁/ well is like 19 yrs of NON reliability as well...😁/ Never top up engine oil, never top up coolant.... I'm service the car myself every 10 000 miles, filters, engine oil etc.... /30min altogether no rush, using the Jack that car is supplied/ ...Fuel filter changed only once, the moment a bought the car during my first service, now after 5 yrs will be the second time ...Never change transmission's oil.../Exactly what Audi recommend ...The moment you do it, the moment the problems starts... / Cambelt kit once every 4 yrs or 50 k miles... /Did it twice already, the moment I bought the car and after 50 k/ the way that's the only time you need to "take off everything at the front" /Well... I heard THAT guy complaint and appear to be a huge issue 😁/ Now... If someone can show me similar car that's "NOT" reliable like that one... First of all, I'll call him a brother and...Second of all, I'll buy him a pint or two instantly haha... 🍺🍺🍺 Even the best car ever existed WITHOUT good maintenance will be " NON RELIABLE"... Or buying NON original replacement stuff like the "problematic air suspensions" the guy mention.../and we're talking about Arnott here, NOT Continetal...the price is total different as well....well reliable or non reliable is what is important here...😁/ I'm pretty sure will be so funny watching that Clown guy shooting his arguments in front of the whole crew of Audi Allroad engineers....Isn't it ?!? 😁

    Angel BogoevAngel BogoevPrieš 26 dienų
  • He just called the 2.7 a bad engine 😆. What you did is find one abused example of this car and claim that Audi made bad cars for years. Yes the air suspension systems are finicky.. move along.

    Randall SpauldingRandall SpauldingPrieš 27 dienų
  • Avant (wagon) 6 cylinder bi turbo 6 speed manual Beefier subframe , air suspension , widebody etc One of the best cars ever And service mode takes 20 mins

    NickCarter860NickCarter860Prieš 27 dienų
  • I have one. 2001 Allroad 2.7t. 160,000 miles, still runs great. Absolutely love the thing. Edit: Forgot to mention it's the manual model. It's also, like the one in the video, GREEN. EVERYWHERE. Personally, I like it, but it is a little overkill. I have had one turbo fail and it was a bit of a pain to replace, but I love the thing so much I can look past it. Never had the air suspension fail, and I love it to pieces.

    Cameron LaneCameron LanePrieš 28 dienų

    WHY ASK MEWHY ASK MEPrieš 28 dienų
  • By His looks he wasn't hating it as much as he was sounding while he was was driving it

    kam farkam farPrieš 29 dienų
  • I own a 2001 C5 AllRoad! They are not “Unreliable”...they do have their issues but the motor is bulletproof! The only problem is the space given to work on anything! The tiptronic transmissions aren’t the best but routine maintenance keeps them healthy...this guy doesn’t know anything about the platform or mechanical’s sad to hear someone talk about something they don’t know anything about

    Euphrates MooreEuphrates MoorePrieš 29 dienų
  • Audi builds nice cars

    erich84502ifyerich84502ifyPrieš 29 dienų
  • 50 shades of green

    Traveling with Ryan _Traveling with Ryan _Prieš mėn
  • mhhhhhhh ostrich leather

    Daniel ChmielDaniel ChmielPrieš mėn
  • Audi and unreliability go hand in hand anyways

    I love Mopars-KyleI love Mopars-KylePrieš mėn
  • Most issues caused by lack of maintenance. 😒

    OzkrowOzkrowPrieš mėn
  • He is kind of tiring to listen to cause he hasnt any qwn knowledge

    johan nyströmjohan nyströmPrieš mėn
  • I'd like to see a Land Cruiser gap a sleeper 2.7 allroad. That engine can be built to be crazy fast. Audis are cool if you take the time to figure them out.

    AuDIYAuDIYPrieš mėn
  • Saw this after finding AuDIY. allroads are dope.

    Coors LightyearCoors LightyearPrieš mėn
  • My dad had an all road in like 2012 bought it as a winter beater, and other than it having a small oil leak it wasn’t that bad of a car. It was alright on gas, quick and great to drive. In the snow the thing was an absolute unit, hugged the ground well and the awd system worked great. Only problem was the heated seat was faulty and you’d end up burning your ass every time you used it.

    Yeetmeister69Yeetmeister69Prieš mėn
  • I had one of these. It felt like I was driving a ticking bomb, was always scared something would break on me lol

    Vlad VykhopenVlad VykhopenPrieš mėn
  • Great point about modern vehicles. This is my gripe with the new Discovery..... sorry, I meant new Defender 👀🤣 Really wish these manufacturers would keep at least some of their vehicles simple. Not everything needs to be loaded with complicated tech which becomes quickly outdated.

    insouciantntinsouciantntPrieš mėn
  • I would have loved to owe one. I just had the normal 2,5TDI Avant quattro . :(

    Andreas TheileAndreas TheilePrieš mėn
  • Best looking wagon I've seen. Still looks current

    kuladeeluxekuladeeluxePrieš mėn
  • Sounds amazing tho 😄

    Georgi TsranchevGeorgi TsranchevPrieš mėn
  • Every car I have ever had with air ride just ends up having to be replaced prematurely and expensively. Audi all road, Range Rover. Now I make sure never to own any car with air ride outside of warranty period.

    Otto Von KochOtto Von KochPrieš mėn
  • Oh I forgot. I had to replace the alternator and in order to do that you need to remove the front clip. Disconnect inter coolers, entire front of car is on a rail system so the front clip slides out when everything is disconnected. It is still a 6-8hr job.only reason I got rid of it at about 90k was the sunroof drain got clogged and leaked water inside twice so after a while the headliner started to drop from the humidity. Can’t deal with a droopy headliner. Otherwise I loved that car. Was a great off-road rally estate.

    Otto Von KochOtto Von KochPrieš mėn
  • My 2.5tdi allroad has 431K and stil going strong.. great car ! although it cost a lot in the Netherlands, about 208 euros road tax a month excl insurance. but its worth it

    Pet DobbeljoePet DobbeljoePrieš mėn
  • It’s alright but Doug DeMuro is berry real

    Nandy Mandy RobloxNandy Mandy RobloxPrieš mėn
  • I’ve had three Audi allroads..... my 2002 had 189,000 miles never had a problem except an oil leak..... my first one was a 2001 Audi allroad the cuts rusted off however I wanted a new exhaust on it anyways because these cars sound amazing it has 150,000 Miles and I’ve never had an issue I had to change the timing belt however I didn’t take the whole from of the car off actually you pop a few clips and the front bumper and radiator slides down for a “service mode” and it’s as easy as that these cars are not unreliable. You have to maintain them. That’s the common misconception..... these cars are great and a blast to drive. The Quattro is unmatched I could drive up my very steep drive way on bald tires and still make it up.

    Jameson HuskinsJameson HuskinsPrieš mėn
  • Computer box in floor front and back sunroof drain hose gets plugged up good bye computers

    Albert AgibinikAlbert AgibinikPrieš mėn

    ReeMaticReeMaticPrieš mėn
  • A NEW factory car that looks like a junkyard bumper replacement

    ReeMaticReeMaticPrieš mėn
  • That Audi sounds really good👍👍👍

    Gaurav NGaurav NPrieš mėn
  • I used to want one of these so bad, I would have put and apr stage 3 on it.

    John DoeJohn DoePrieš mėn
  • Not to be a triggered fanboi, but throwing an Audi into "service position" (removing the front end) isn't that difficult. It's meant to be done, and is just a few bolts, Then you can swing everything off to the side and have good access to most items in the front. It's a 20 minute process after you figure out how it works. I found it to be incredibly helpful over the years on my multiple projects. Love the 2.7T, but it is a nightmare. I'll give him that.

    StanislavGetzStanislavGetzPrieš mėn
  • An old Audi with all four electric windows working...NO WAY!

    Todd StidhamTodd StidhamPrieš mėn
  • As an owner of a 2004 audi allroad, I can say that I’ve been very lucky with the previous owner fixing multiple common issues. I have 190,000 miles and besides a few small issues my car runs and sounds really good with a full exhaust

    Trey SmithTrey SmithPrieš mėn
  • I call the 2.7 BiTrouble. Yes they are very maintenance intensive and unless you find a well maintained privately owned car don’t! What’s funny is the Cayenne used the same air suspension system but those are extremely reliable.

    David RaezerDavid RaezerPrieš mėn
  • I have a 2.7t S4 and despite a few minor issues it has been very reliable all the way up to 142k.

    Zach AronsonZach AronsonPrieš mėn
  • This reporting is so biased I wonder what is the objective here. Personally I owned a Allroad 2.7 T from 2001 to 2013. Drove it in 4 different countries on terrible roads. Never had any issue. Then gave it away to a friend who still drives the car today. So one could do a similar review and say exactly the contrary to everything that was said in this video. I think the problem is upkeep rather than generic vehicle quality. Toyota is a reliable brand in general. Still I know drivers that will run them to the grave in a few years. So please do not make blanket statements and body language that clearly shows you don’t like the Audi brand. That is fine with all of us Audi lovers.

    Madani M. TallMadani M. TallPrieš mėn
  • Did he just use a 7-series BMW as an example for a vehicle known as reliable? 😂😂😂

    silven412silven412Prieš mėn
  • Had one for 5 years . Never had a problem with it .

    sparty971sparty971Prieš mėn
  • what about the 2003 A3

    Ezra beginEzra beginPrieš mėn
  • Audis are meant to be driven on English/German country roads. Not off road. They are POS off the assembly line. Only meant to be driven in the rain on the way to the office or pick up their brats at private school, not off road. Whoever owned this one beat it to shit. I doubt a financial manager cut off the rotting cats. to make it run or sound like a old Chevy.

    Marc B.Marc B.Prieš mėn
  • I don't know dude had one and never failed me... yea air ride was shit but I dogged the shit out of it every day and load it up and after 307k miles the rear end started making noise but engine and trans were A1

    HusseinHusseinPrieš mėn
  • I have the Audi A6 Avant 2.8l V6 Quattro 1999.

    IonineIoninePrieš mėn
  • I noticed that projector up on the ceiling? Movie nights?

    Sam HowardSam HowardPrieš mėn
  • Its not even attractive ?!?stop inhaling break fluid

    fordlandaufordlandauPrieš mėn
  • Audis are total shit boxes. Fake VW. Tragic waste of time !

    fordlandaufordlandauPrieš mėn
  • I loved my 6 speed allroad until motor blew up lol

    Jonathon MorrisJonathon MorrisPrieš mėn
  • You should buy more Italian cars like Lancia and then reconsider what is bad.

    Mark van der WelMark van der WelPrieš mėn
    • At least they Will be fun to drive, unlike anything vag... In the world

      opaparacopaparacPrieš mėn
  • Audi are reliable over here, if you buy the TDI version. Don't buy automatic, buy manual

    Marc CadecMarc CadecPrieš mėn
  • yes we knew...the new bmws are absolute trash

    Fatal FuryFatal FuryPrieš mėn
  • You get the worst example of a car and then generalizing to whole brand. Besides some oil consumption issues, I have nothing bad to say about Audis.

    gas-powered-crusadergas-powered-crusaderPrieš mėn
  • This reminds me of the VW Touareg 5.0 V10 TDI 750nm od diesel torque Hoovie, find that thing. They can be found for cheap, and can find you hiding in a corner from the servicing bills.

    Viktor ŽarkovićViktor ŽarkovićPrieš mėn
  • Thank you for recognizing the effect someone like you can have on resale prices when making a video and thus lying and saying this car sucks. The last thing people like me need is someone with a million subscribers telling everyone to go out and buy a $5000 car

    Noah KsiazkiewiczNoah KsiazkiewiczPrieš mėn
  • My GF almost bought one of these used. Suspension was shot so I told her to try and talk the owner down, he wouldn't. Two weeks later he msgs her for about $500 less, have her ask why and he says trans is acting funny. Thought we dodged a bullet, and bought a very nice, fully optioned, 2006 Eddie Bauer Explorer, with a v6 and 250k miles...not knowing about the timing chain issue and having to pull the engine to change the rear chain. Wasn't about to drop $1.5-$2k on something that cost $3k. It grenaded a year later.

    Aaron DAaron DPrieš mėn
  • S-line isn’t high performance - it’s just a trim level

    MKRM27MKRM27Prieš mėn
  • I can’t say much for other car brands, but my EcoBoost has been a amazingly reliable. My 2015 MKZ is going on 180,000 miles without anything but regular maintenance.

    Colin ArcheyColin ArcheyPrieš mėn
  • 2 ads in 4 minutes 30 seconds? Hoovie your a shill and money grubbing mooncalf

    C MacC MacPrieš mėn
  • That is weird, I had an 02 allroad with the 2.7t engine and it never had issues and only needed daily maintenance. Sad it got totaled via black ice.

    OneLuv_ZOneLuv_ZPrieš mėn
  • Tyler, you should get yourself a Opel Omega 3.2 V6 stationwagon. Basically a Caddy Catera wagon. Still plenty around and for sale in Germany. a 90's GM product, what could possibly go wrong lol. Would love to hear your opinion on one of those. the post 1999 facelift looks pretty good.

    DolleHengstDolleHengstPrieš mėn
  • shit i’ll take it! i love me some allroad

    Zach BrownZach BrownPrieš mėn
  • I was impressed with this one -

    mrbroonsmrbroonsPrieš mėn
  • I’ve always wanted one of these cars for such a long time

    Levi ShermanLevi ShermanPrieš mėn
  • Went car shopping today for the wife. She wanted a Audi. 😂 Guess what she got? An Acura. I explained to her Audi was a very expensive Volkswagen like her Jetta. That closed the deal.

    George GeorgeGeorge GeorgePrieš mėn
  • German cars are downright awful in every way. I think in the mid-90's they were almost pretty good for a few years.. maybe. Terrible. Just terrible. Never buy a car that has a "doggie divider" (meaning the owners thought it'd be a neat idea to carry their dog with them all over the place). Stinky. Nope. No thanks. Never.

    Mike CronisMike CronisPrieš mėn
  • Bruh, today's cars are some of the most reliable out there.

    Baet SimpsonBaet SimpsonPrieš mėn
  • These Allroad’s are super popular amongst a younger set of driver’s here in the PNW. They are really nice driving cars. The guys buying them typically spend the money on performance suspension and tuning parts. They’ve accepted that the nose comes off for about 50% of the service work. At between $3-5k, they are well built cars that are quiet and generally don’t rattle-they just have reliability challenges that can be eradicated. These guys relish in removing all the problems and then enjoy these things. I think they’ve depreciated so heavily, they’ve found a following, so many are being saved and enjoyed. This one is pretty rough by PNW standards.

    psimacpsimacPrieš mėn
  • Yeah, these cars are actually quite good. I’ve owned one 7 years starting @77k. Very comfortable, not as unreliable as reported

    Chris ParkerChris ParkerPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I think you are being a little hard on the allroad... They have their issues for sure but are far from "the worst car ever". One major complaint was the ZF 5HP19 transmission - used in all sorts of cars from all sorts of manufactures, is actually a good transmission - but there is a design flaw where a drum can crack, causing oil pressure loss, leaving you on the side of the road. The sad thing is the part is cheap, the replacement cost is not. It is DIY repairable though - I did mine in my garage and I am most def not a mechanic. I was able to pull the motor/trans with a cherry picker. Not a big deal. I just bought the rebuild kit and a new revised drum for the transmission and its better than new. Since I did a full overhaul of the trans, the cost in parts was about $1000. All of the frictions and steels were still within spec but I changed them just because I was there. This on a car that went 200K miles before it failed. The motor and turbos are still fine and I didn't touch them. Car is now at 210K miles and going strong. As for normal maintenance like timing belts - it is actually quite easy. You are wrong about the design - the C5 is designed so the front radiator support is easily removable. It takes about 30 minutes to get into "service position", and from there, timing belt replacement requires only 1 special tool and is easy to do. You are well advised to change valve cover gaskets at the same time, and replace the thermostat housing with a metal one if yours is plastic. With that, these motors (both 2.8L and 2.7L turbo) are bullet proof and do not leak. The fact that the whole front of the car is removable makes removing the motor/trans possible with a cherry picker. On the air suspension, the rubber air springs wear out over time. They are not that hard or expensive to replace. On the bright side, the strut/shocks never wear out. The big fail item is the Wabco suspension pump. Again, this same pump is used by many different manufactures and it is a pretty robust item, but it needs periodic service. A chinese rebuild kit is $20. Just do it every 2 years or so. Its also easy. Bottom line is if you can DIY (and all of the big issues on this car are DIY solvable) this is a stylish, fun, reliable, and capable car. I am pulling a 3500 pound trailer with mine and it works great. It pulls far better than my V8 powered Explorer. And - as you noted, the worst car is being built now. Cars are so complex and technology changes so fast that there will be no 20 year old cars worth owning - no matter how nice they were new. cheers, and audi on

    dave sdave sPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • looks wise, the exterior reminds me of a ford taurus X/freestyle. i adore the ugly green interior.

    Jamie JaredJamie JaredPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Im sorry, but the XC70 is still a gorgeous car. We own a 2003 and its been maintained by our neighbors and then us its entire life. Now has 401,000 kilometres and its still running great. Original turbo still works good too. I love the Allroad but man the 1st gen was terrible.

    albert7139albert7139Prieš 2 mėnesius
  • What leads us to believe that modern cars are will age terribly? I don't know much about cars, it would be cool to learn about this. I think if they improved new technology enough, they're more reliable than it seems. How do we tell if a company improved their complicated tech or if they didn't, before we wait a few years to find out?

    And EAnd EPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Shud tune this

    Sam gggSam gggPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I had an Audi A4 with the turbo 4 cylinder 1.8.. I had coolant and oil issues up the yin yang with that thing. It got you where you wanted to go even if it was overheating, but man I was waiting for the day it wouldn't get me somewhere. Luckily I sold it before that happened. I had replaced basically the whole coolant system on my A4 and it still had coolant issues leaking or overheating. The coolant system was designed horribly and was not made to last. The pipe on the back of the engine was plastic and would crack every 6months and if it didnt crack, it would break the seal and develop a leak. Just a headache and a half.. Loved every minute in this car but would never get one again haha!

    Shane ColemanShane ColemanPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • If you can't afford maintenance on a car you can't afford a car at all. en blaim it on the car to be not a reliable vehicle

    Michel de jongMichel de jongPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Roddy Filmer here, I just don't know why this fella doesn't use all his money and by a few real cars, like oh I don't know, a few dozen 1990's Toyota Celicas?

    mrRufffnTumblemrRufffnTumblePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Ha! I’ve got an 04 Allroad as a commuter. It has every problem this one has. Dripping oil is cheap to replace compared to a new car.

    shrekviper01shrekviper01Prieš 2 mėnesius
  • Most unreliable car being built right ñow...I'm gonna go out on a limb and say an Alfa Romeo giulia (sp?). Every new car testing I've watched of it the car has overheated, dash n check engine lights everywhere. And these were new $60k ones given to the media by the company!

    Steven ZeletskiSteven ZeletskiPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • *Mazda RX-8 laughs in Japanese*

    Max NorrisMax NorrisPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I started watching this as I really likr te AR 4B but this guy has compleately no clue what he is talking about - no mechanical knowledge at all...

    Sammy OofolSammy OofolPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I couldn't disagree more with the reputation of the car. I purchased mine new in 2005 and now have 147,000 miles on it. I purchased the extended service contract so for the first seven years, I paid $100 for a set of new front air struts and they had to fix a recurrent airbag light problem which ultimately meant disassembling a connector under the seat and hard-wiring it. post-warranty I did the timing belt myself at 75,000 miles per the maintenance manual and I do regular oil changes. If owners are waiting to 100K miles as the host mentions, to replace timing belts, there is a problem there. I will admit that there are cooling system issues with plastic parts and all the heat in the engine bay. Just shy of 100,000 miles, the water pump started leaking a bit and I paid my shop to do it, the timing belt, and everything else in there because you don't open up the front end and not do everything, regardless of mileage. I had a leak develop in the underside of the bellows where the Y-Pipe joins ($75 part, .5 repair) and nothing else until 130,000, when I developed a shimmy and replaced the front end bushings, control arms, etc. I also replaced the passenger side CV axle and the rear air struts. My interior is in far better condition than the car in the video; my LCDs are perfect unless it's really hot outside. I have replaced a few switches due to wear. I never had a door ding on the car until I moved to TX and I have had to do the headlights a couple of times. Recently, the plastic thermostat housing has developed a leak and the cooling fan (for the A/C) is going out ($50 part new). I have a box with new Timing Belt, Water Pump, Thermostat, Housing, etc as well... all in for all the parts is around $400.This car has never been on the back of a tow-truck and is absolutely epic in the snow where other vehicles with higher price tags and "pedigree" have been immobilized. I have NEVER had a Turbo issue, either leak or failure and the transmission is only now showing signs that it needs another service (parts are in the aforementioned box and included in the total). I also have had an APR 91 octane Chip since it came off warranty and it is pushing 307hp and averages 20 mpg (1.4 mpg better than before the chip). These cars aren't unreliable; they require MAINTENANCE. Most people drive-to-destruct or ignore recommended maintenance intervals (And if you've ever taken an American car to its dealer for service, it's obvious... they are charlatans... they come up with all kinds of "recommendations" that aren't even in the manual. Maintain your German Car and though it costs some dough, it costs a heck of a lot less than repairs. By doing the work myself, I have saved thousands in shop labor costs. Most of the work is incredibly uncomplicated... if you know "lefty-loosie"... you can do it. Thanks for showing that this car is better than its reputation.

    SuperCobraPilot1SuperCobraPilot1Prieš 2 mėnesius
  • That is impossible to service? You intentionally bought the only Ferrari that requires the engine and transmission to come off to do a belt service...

    Giovanni GarbariniGiovanni GarbariniPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • So many quirks and features

    Fredrik SvärdFredrik SvärdPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I still have my '03 A4 that I bought new, still my daily driver. It has been as reliable as my SR5 Toy was that I got 300k out of. Even If it dies tomorrow I figure I got my $$$ worth. The interiors were a decade ahead of their time at the price point, and for the first 2 yrs of its life ppl would come up and compliment the looks of the car. haha, not anymore. I always loved the look of the Allroad but was above my budget at the time. Glad I avoided it. Air suspensions... never.

    ehlavaehlavaPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Wow...nice car

    Josh CabenalevuJosh CabenalevuPrieš 2 mėnesius