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    Registered User 03WREX's Avatar
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    When I was car shopping a few years back I narrowed my choices to either a used A4, WRX or if I really found a good deal a used bi-turbo S4. I really wanted a S4 but I didn't have the cash to spend. I've always liked the mild but sleek styling of the A4 but in the end I'm very happy that I got the WRX. The A4 is a little more geared towards luxury than performance. I still want that S4 bi-turbo though

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03WREX
    When I was car shopping a few years back I narrowed my choices to either a used A4, WRX or if I really found a good deal a used bi-turbo S4. I really wanted a S4 but I didn't have the cash to spend. I've always liked the mild but sleek styling of the A4 but in the end I'm very happy that I got the WRX. The A4 is a little more geared towards luxury than performance. I still want that S4 bi-turbo though
    HEHE I am in the same boat I love the looks of AUDI's and their interiors especially the amber dash lights but they are so dam expensive and I heard they break a lot in the electronic departament. My friends who had an S4, had to replace his tranny only after 30k miles, same goes with my boss's son but his went after 80k, and their electronics just suck.
    MY LUG NUTS NEED MORE TORQUE THAN YOUR HONDA MAKES!!!!

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