Subject: Re: Quattro Expense
From: email@example.comPirate (Dave LaCourse)
Date: 1/8/2004 5:44 PM Eastern Standard Time
Tha Ghee writes:
(?) I don't know where you live, but you are either misinformed and/or stupid.
Oil changes here in New England cost the same, regardless what kind of a car.
The Quattro drive has absolutely nothing to do with an oil change.
Apparently you haven't been reading this thread, or if you have, you have a
reading impairment. Everyone has given testimony that Quattro never fails. It
is bullet proof. I rallied two different Quattros over some miserable roads at
speeds that would scare the hell out of you, with never a Quattro failure. In
fact, I have never even *heard* of Quattro failing.
There is traction control that's
I'll tell ya what, Bunky. You get in your track-sheon control car, and I'll
get in a beat to crap Audi Quattro, an old 130 bhp wheezer, and we'll race on
some*ICE*- using the same kind of tires. At the end of the day, you'll believe
never said that the tires have premature wear rotate them
Rotate your tires with your front driver. Quattro drivers do too. However,
the skins on your front tires are going to wear a helluva lot faster than the
tires on a Quattro. While it is true that the rear tires of a fwd receive less
wear, the fronts receive twice the wear of a Q. You'll end up buying four
tires for you fwd about the same time I'll buy four for my Qs.
My emphasis on "ice" above, just so that you can read it better.
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