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  • #61
    Originally posted by flyboy2548m
    That's hard to believe unless, of course, you live somewhere where there ain't no Audis.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by Princess Leia
      So true. Audis and VWs here are notorious for electrical issues.
      I'm on my 2nd Jetta (3rd VW) and my middle car was an electrical pig. Lights blew all the time, but the best time was when the mechanic leaned on the wet car and got a shock. The front lights were shorting out and he couldn't figure out the problem. The night the drivers seat caught fire (3 am actually)when I was driving down the highway was quite exciting.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by ptbodale
        In all my years of commuting I've never seen an Audi at the side of the road.
        My Audi A6 was the worse car I ever had, problem after problem after problem, replaced it with another German car which is marginally better.

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        • #64
          Originally posted by turbotraker
          ...replaced it with another German car which is marginally better.
          Trabant?
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          • #65
            Originally posted by einesellesenie
            Trabant?
            Lol, nope. something a touch better. A Mercedes, looks good but lacks in build quality.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by turbotraker
              Lol, nope. something a touch better. A Mercedes, looks good but lacks in build quality.
              Really? What about BMWs?
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              • #67
                Originally posted by einesellesenie
                Really? What about BMWs?
                I shall let you know after I have owned one. The M3 looks very appealing.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by turbotraker
                  I shall let you know after I have owned one. The M3 looks very appealing.
                  Or owned by one

                  I heard the M5 is plagued by electrical gremlins too...
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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by einesellesenie
                    Or owned by one

                    I heard the M5 is plagued by electrical gremlins too...
                    Not heard of any problems with M5. M5 is way way out of my league. Your looking at a brand new one for over 60,000, used are approx 40,000-50,000.

                    Whereas a M3 is (used) approx 25-30,000. Might be able to push myself to that.

                    WILL edit the above if I win the 95 million EuroMillions Lottery!!
                    Last edited by turbotraker; 2008-02-07, 21:04.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by turbotraker
                      Not heard of any problems with M5. M5 is way way out of my league...
                      Make an effort: just think about that V10...
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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by einesellesenie
                        Really? What about BMWs?
                        3 years and counting now on mine without a single issue.

                        I'd agree about the M3 too, that's my money-no-object ultimate (& everyday) car.
                        Anyone willing to donate me AUD150k??
                        Back in the real world though, I'll just salivate until May when I can trade my existing in for a 135i

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by einesellesenie
                          Make an effort: just think about that V10...
                          I think I will have to wait for the depreciation to kick in a little on the M5. But the M3 is a maybe. A 3.2 V6 sounds alright.

                          At this moment in time its still a dream!!

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by DeskFlyer
                            3 years and counting now on mine without a single issue.
                            Good to know: it looks like it is the last German engineering marvel left standing...

                            Originally posted by DeskFlyer
                            ... Anyone willing to donate me AUD1??...
                            What?
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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by einesellesenie
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                              Originally Posted by DeskFlyer
                              ... Anyone willing to donate me AUD1??...

                              What?
                              Uh-oh. Tin-foil hats everyone

                              Originally posted by turbotraker
                              A 3.2 V6 sounds alright.
                              BMW are still holiding on to the glorious inline six (at least for now).
                              Hope this *never* changes.



                              Desky.

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by einesellesenie
                                Or owned by one

                                I heard the M5 is plagued by electrical gremlins too...
                                My dad had a current-gen 525i. I'll spare you the details, but I'll tell you that the Lemon replacement went back after two weeks.

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