2001 Audi A6 Quattro Base Sedan Black/bl. Leather 4-door 4.2l Low 89,300 Miles on 2040-cars
Hollis, New York, United States
Very nice and well maintained Audi A6 Quattro with a very spirited 4.2 V-8. There are four small body issues that I know of and have tried to highlight in the photos. There is a small dimple in the hood which I believe was the result of a falling acorn. Offending Oak Tree is visible in the photo. There is a small ding in the passenger side rear door, a scrape in the upper part of the drivers side rear fender well and a small crack in the plastic towards the bottom of the front bumper on the driver's side. Over-all the car is in very good condition with the leather seats in superb condition and the carpet is excellent. I live in New York City but the vehicle is located in Des Moines, Iowa and was primarily driven by my late sister who was not really able to drive much. It has been garaged for several months and is a little dusty on the inside but I will have that taken care of before the sale. I only travel back and forth several times a year and it does not make much sense to let it sit there. I replaced the battery when I was there in October to insure that there would be no problems with it starting after a period of inactivity. The tires were new at 79,000 miles there is a Sunroof and a Boze sound system. I am the second owner and have owned it since 2005 I believe. It is a little foggy to me right now. a title search may show one additional owner, I am not sure but that was a nephew who took the delivery and signed for it and it was in his name temporarily until I arrived to change the title. There are also a couple of lights that I do not even know to which function they refer that are out in the center of the dash that are out. I do not believe that they are anything critical as I had the vehicle serviced in September and no mention was made of them. Please keep in mind that I will be traveling back at the time of the sale from New York just for this purpose so allow me a couple of days to work out the details. I would also like to ask that if you are interested contact me before bidding with questions. While I have driven the car, and it runs great I did not drive it often enough to completely remember all of the features that it has. The last time that I was there I could not remember how to turn on the fan to the heater for the first few minutes that I was in the car. The V8 engine in this Audi has a lot of power. My sister picked this out and it was a lot more car than she ever needed as she was barely able to walk to it. But for anyone who wants that extra something when accelerating you will certainly have it available to you.
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This year is the 52nd edition of the Daytona 24 Hours. The 2014 Rolex 24 at Daytona is also the first race of the year in the brand new TUDOR United SportsCar Championship (TUSCC) With the merger of the American Le Mans Series and Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series rewriting and revising the rules of American sports car racing right up until yesterday, we've made the journey to an intermittently wet and constantly freezing Daytona Beach, Florida with Audi to watch the new R8 LMS and every other competitor explore the limits of those rules on the track.
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With a ton to cover - and a couple of videos below to watch, including some slo-mo qualifying footage and a hot lap in an R8 LMS - let's not waste time with chit-chat, eh?
Quick things to know about the classes and the leader-light system:
The third-generation Audi TT coupe has made its debut here at the Geneva Motor Show, showing an evolutionary design for the German automaker's fashion-forward coupe. As expected, the new TT takes plenty of inspiration from the Sport Quattro Concept that debuted in Frankfurt last year, and it draws upon cues from the model's past two generations.
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After seeing it in person, the Autoblog crew on-site in Geneva is sort of torn about the new model. It's crisp and well-proportioned, but in terms of its exterior design, it also doesn't come off like a significant generational leap forward - the aesthetic distance between the original TT and the second-generation model was quite a bit larger. Of course, it's hard to reimagine a design icon, and either way we'll have to wait until we see the car on the road to make final judgments.
Audi is offering a trio of engines for the new TT, including a 2.0-liter turbodiesel powerplant that's good for 184 horsepower, 280 pound-feet of torque and an excellent 56 miles per gallon. On the gasoline front, Audi is offering two versions of its well-liked 2.0-liter TSI turbo-four. The less-powerful spec still offers up a healthy 230 hp and 272 lb-ft of torque, while the higher-output 2.0T sends 310 hp and 280 lb-ft of twist to all four wheels in the TTS coupe. Potent stuff.
Remember Audi's perfectly lovely Quattro Concept from the 2010 Paris Motor Show? Of course you do. The latter-day Ur-Quattro is laser-etched in our brains as well - and not just because Audi was kind enough to offer our man Michael Harley a mountain drive of its seven-figure showcar. At the time, Audi hinted that the coupe might have a showroom future, but the gossip pipeline has long since gone dry, leading us to believe that the car's production hopes had soured.
That 2010 concept was powered by a 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine yielding 380 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque, a relatively modest but appropriate engine configuration in light of the Ur-Quattro's five-banger. Given the Quattro Concept's size and specs, it wasn't clear exactly where such a vehicle might fit into the company's lineup, though, as it already already offers the successful A5/S5/RS5 lineup.
Apparently, Audi might have a solution to that conundrum. A new report from Germany's AutoZeitung suggest that the automaker is posed to reveal a production version of the concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September - on the Ur-Quattro's 30th anniversary, no less. Word is that Audi is taking the Quattro Concept upmarket in a big way, with a tuned version of the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 from the RS7 churning up in the neighborhood of 650 horsepower. Naturally, all-wheel drive will get all that power to the ground, and new bodywork is expected as well. In addition to the powertrain switch-up, there is talk of extensive use of lightweight materials, including magnesium, carbon fiber and aluminum, with a target weight of under 2,900 pounds. Magnetic ride control suspension and carbon-ceramic brakes are also expected to find their way onto the model. Unsurprisingly, all of that extra equipment is likely to impact the car's bottom line - reports suggest its sticker price could crowd that of the mighty R8 at around $150,000.