This car should have a lemon warning. I got my car at 69k miles and have had it for less than a year. In that time my remote key fob stopped unlocking and locking both driver side doors. Check engine light has come on twice. I have an oil leak. The rear passenger window doesn't roll down. Oh, I had the water pump go out too. That repair was $1400 dollars. The door locks will be about $350 a piece if I do it myself. Do your self a favor and get a Honda or an Acura if you need luxury.
I love this car!
2012 Audi Q5D Richardson - Deptford, NJ11/20/2015
It's quiet, a very smooth ride and has great handling. It doesn't cost much to fill it up and it gets better gas mileage than expected. Only con is that mine burns oil. I've been told it's normal per manufacturer, but I'm not thrilled to have to put oil in once a month because the oil is only available at car stores and costs about $8-$10 a quart so it gets to be a real pain. It's an extra expense, but I still love everything else about the car.
German engineering & refinement with brutish power
2013 Audi S8Gabriel Uribe - Whittier, CA08/16/2016
This is tough car to recommend to a friend for a lot of the same reason I purchased it. This car is severely understated, even when it comes to people who know or own Mercedes S-class, BMW 7 series, even some Audi A8 owners. If you're trying to buy this car to impress others, I suggest saving some serious coin & purchase a A8 as it carries the same prestige. If you want to be a "baller" go with AMG S63 or S65. If your looking for a car that cares more about how it drives, You owe it to yourself to take one for a test drive.
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