I recently saw an where they were selling a 1998 Audi A6 Quattro for
$9500. It had only 30K miles. Is this a good buy? If I trade in my car
(it's an '89 old Volvo), it should lower to $8000-$9000.
I've been looking for some time for a nicer car that's under $10K and I
saw this one. I have to admit that I know nothing about cars, but when
I googled this Audi, most of the reviews were positive
(consumerguide.com gave it a Best Buy.). I didn't read the Consumer
Reports evaluation, BUT I did notice that it was one of the cars in the
"least reliable" category (along with the BMW and Mercedes).
I'm considering buying it but my only concern is the price to fix it.
I'm on a pretty tight busget (that's why I'm going for used cars) so I
I want to make sure that the cost to fix something isn't too
extravagant. According to consumerguide, the cost to change shocks and
fix brakes is really high compared to other models.
One last question: since it has 30K miles and Audi usually gives a 50K
warranty, is it still covered by the existing warranty?