2005 Audi A6
There are 18 user reviews for the 3.2 with Tiptronic trim shown below
- This Audi's unique style catches attention. It is built solid and has lots of power to spare.
- Seems to hit all gears when starting off the line. Bluetooth compatibility lacking.
I've had the car for about two weeks now. I'm so glad I bought the A6 instead of wasting my money on the overpriced competition (I looked at them all before buying). The A6 has the most power, most standard features (automatic, quattro, 60/40 rear seats and so on), and it is extremely stylish. Only the die-hard Audi fans of old don't like the modern grille. Everyone I talked to about it, loves it! The MMI is a piece of cake to learn and use. The sound system is incredible and the ride is quiet.
One negative is that the 6-speed Tiptronic transmission seems to hit third by the time I cross an intersection from a stop. To get around that, I put it in "sport" mode until I hit a speed I want. If you stomp the gas, it's smoother (and cooler!). The other negative is that the connectivity with Bluetooth is limited (as are all car kits). I have VZW so I'm double-screwed. (I heard a fix is coming.) If you have another carrier, you're probably okay.
Everything on the car is quality.
Even the buying experience was top notch. Kudos to Sunset Audi, Portland, OR.
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