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2003 Audi Rs6 on 2040-cars

US $10,000.00
Year:2003 Mileage:62000 Color: Red /
 Black
Location:

Montgomery, Indiana, United States

Montgomery, Indiana, United States

E-Mail Questions at: madalenemccockman@chocoholic.org . 2006 Audi RS6
Presented here is a 2003 Audi RS6 in Misano Pearl Red.
This is a two owner car that I have owned for almost three years.
The car has 61,000 pampered miles. There are no known issues with
the car. Paint and finish are shiny and dent free.
This vehicle has undergone over $10,000 in scheduled service while in my
care and is now good to go for another 100,000 miles.
Recent significant service
Timing belt replacement
The timing belt service was performed at 58,000 mile by an RS certified
Audi dealer in Indianapolis. (Tom Wood Audi).
Expense for timing belt = $3,400
New OEM brake rotors and pads
The rotors and pads were replaced with new OEM parts at 57,000.
Expense for rotors and pads = $3,000
This is a wonderful car with the following standard features.
V8 twin turbo 4.2 liter engine
450 BHP
420 lbs. torque
Handcrafted aluminum body
Bose Symphony audio system with XM
Carbon fiber interior trim
Napa leather seating surfaces
Alcantara headliner
Park assist
Xenon headlamps
Heated front and rear seats
Hand embroidered floor matts from London England (Acquried from an RS6 Forum group buy)
First aid kit
Audi Sport monster mat in the trunk
19” Hartmann Audi Rotor wheels ($2,500)
19”Continential Extreme Contact DWS tires with less than 3,000 miles on them
There are no known issues with this car. I simply have too many cars and feel that this should be appreciated by
someone who knows what this car represents.
This car has been maintained at Tom Wood Audi in Indianiapolis, IN. Inspections encouraged and welcome.
This vehicle is currently being driven and mileage may not match listing exactly.
The car is sold AS-IS and there is not express or implied warranty

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Tue, 21 Jan 2014 09:57:00 EST

Last month, Audi announced that it would focus its Super Bowl XLVIII airtime on its new 2015 A3, but a new teaser video promises "something unexpected." Even though there's not so much as a single car in this 20-second teaser, we don't doubt that Audi has created an interesting and creative commercial based on what we've seen in recent Super Bowl ads from the automaker.
While we don't exactly see what could be scary or unexpected about the A3 (or even the S3), there is still the chance that Audi has something up its advertising sleeve for the Big Game. We only have to wait a couple more weeks to find out for sure, but in the meantime, the short video is posted below.

Audi bringing new TT Roadster to Paris

Wed, 24 Sep 2014 09:13:00 EST

The TT may be first and foremost a coupe, but in presenting the third-generation model, Audi has toyed with all sorts of body-styles. There's been the prototypical coupe, of course, but also shooting brake and crossover concepts. The one thing it hasn't shown us is the convertible model, but that ends today as Audi takes the wraps off the new TT Roadster and TTS Roadster.
Set to be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show next month, the new TT Roadster naturally follows its fixed-roof counterpart's lead closely, but with the addition of a folding fabric roof mechanism. Made of magnesium, aluminum, steel and plastic, the mechanism weighs 6.6 pounds less than its predecessor's, helping keep the center of gravity lower. It also folds flatter to allow for more luggage space, and can deploy or retract in ten seconds at speeds up to 31 miles per hour. With the roof up it's also quieter, and with a drag coefficient of 0.30, Audi claims it's the slipperiest in the segment.
Of course, Audi's also worked to keep the weight down and rigidity up. As a result, the 0-62 sprint only takes an extra 0.2 seconds, quoted in the TTS Roadster at 4.9 seconds instead of 4.7 in the TTS coupe. Top speed remains pegged at 155 miles per hour. That, of course, is with the top-spec, 310-horsepower 2.0-liter turbo four, but Audi will also offer the less potent 184-hp version as well as a 2.0-liter TDI, mated to either a six-speed manual or six-speed DCT, though specific performance figures for each version were not disclosed in the press release below.

2016 Audi TT [w/video]

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What came first, the metrosexual or the Audi TT? While it was close, the descriptor-turned-epithet preceded the 1995 concept car by one year. However, they were both notable cultural evolutions and they happened to work together perfectly. Hugh Grant, playing the cad Will Freeman in the 2002 film About a Boy, could not have chosen a better example of character than his silver TT.
A decade later, the original TT was still important enough that when rumors of the third-generation coupe began to surface in late 2012, the most exciting fantasy was that the 2014 coupe might "recapture some of the distinctiveness and impact" of a 16-year-old car (the TT came to market in 1998). Even speculation by dedicated Audi observers thought the brand would do something novel, even if not mimicry. The obvious takeaway: no one was going to be lighting any candles for the departed second generation. All of that is why when the first leaked image slipped onto the Internet, people began to get suspicious. When the third generation took the stage at the Geneva Motor Show, we could almost hear the digital deflation over the Ethernet, our poll results notwithstanding.
Yet it's still the TT, and in spite of having seen its interior and virtual cockpit and clocked its specs, we couldn't judge it before heading to Marbella, Spain to drive it. What we found out was while it's better than the second generation, it's still very much a TT.