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My 95 Audi Cabriolet - 1995 Audi Cabriolet
By russ911 - September 15 - 6:44 pm
I just purchased my 95 Audi. It has 101,000 miles and runs good. I have some electrical problems including the drivers window not going down which stops the top from coming back up. I have to shut the car down and wait for the breaker to reset. Is there something I can do or replace? I owned a 2004 Quatro Conv which was a great car. I will see how this stands the test of time.
The Red Rocket - 1996 Audi Cabriolet
By classic - September 6 - 7:43 pm
I bought my 1996 red cabriolet from a friend a couple years ago. It had been sitting in his garage for 10 years, and only had 40,000 miles on it. It now has 50,000 miles, and is still in mint condition. Babys got a V6 engine. Love this car. Its going to be a classic. My car has a sports package, and the seats are very unique. A friend of mine just bought an RS4, and liked my seats better then his. I get offers for it all the time. Last weekend, a woman offered me her brand new 2010 Ford Explorer (with 2,600 miles) for my Audi at an even trade! Had to take a pass.
Fun in the Sun - 1998 Audi Cabriolet
By JAF - March 29 - 4:33 pm
This is a very solid vehicle. It has a nice ride and very low wind flow with the top down, thanks to excellent design and a helpful rear wind screen. A nice bonus is that you can take two extra riders in the back with you, either kids or small adults. Putting the top down is very simple. This has been a very reliable vehicle.
Never an Audi again - 1996 Audi Cabriolet
By P. Bautz - October 10 - 1:52 pm
Sometimes we glorify past events... high school math tests, boot camp, root canal etc. Remembering my Audi cab and the dealership, first I thought "surely it wasnt that bad after all". Wrong. It was worse. I kept a log in Excel, and I wonder why I even put up for so long with this miserable car and the highly incompetent, arrogant dealership. The fault list of this vehicle covers 39 positions over my period of ownership the car needed 25 (!) extra repair visits outside of scheduled service, of which approx. 10 were due to incomplete repairs by the dealership.
Beautiful, but only to the eye. - 1997 Audi Cabriolet
By Random Beast - May 27 - 5:00 pm
This vehicle is very, very attractive. Mechanically it has been very disappointing. The engine is lame. I dont need a power house but this engine is simply not eager. Weve had many problems with this car, passenger seat jammed, engine light on consistently, front suspension issues, roof wont open all the time, driver window regulator blew, fuel gauge inaccurate and fails, replaced fuel tank evaporator valve, seats squeak, replace engine seals due to oil leaks, water pump failed early, cigarette lighter doesnt work, radio antennae mast failed, trunk lid struts failed and other minor irritants. The car isnt as good a handling vehicle as my 97 BMW. Fuel economy isnt stellar. Dont buy 1!
Audi Delight - 1994 Audi Cabriolet
By James Speer - August 7 - 5:25 pm
As third owner with 108k this vehicle has really impressed me. Vvery soild and responsive handling. Had it up to 150 kilometers an hour. No vibrations and quiet with top down. Vehicle was painted last year and every nec part was taken off, no rust anywhere. Replaced back window, would be great if it were glass. Original top is excellent. Will park this baby for the winter.
4 seater way ahead of its time! - 1994 Audi Cabriolet
By mark dierking - July 11 - 1:12 am
This vehicles only drawback is its limited leg room for me. Other than that, try cruising over the pass in winter with the heated seats, heater blasting and top down while the windscreen diverts that annoying covertible back breeze that would otherwise chll you to the bone. It is quiet enough to carry on a normal conversation too. All you need is a jacket, gloves and a ballcap. Pretty good mileage, 27mpg avg at 75mph to the Bay Area with the top down the whole way. Even in a light rain, it was OK just blowing over the top. A blast! It responds like a dream and has more than enough power, roadhandling and braking to satisfy the most discriminating.
Columbus Carbriolet - 1996 Audi Cabriolet
By Beach Walker - June 4 - 11:04 am
I bought the car new and it currently has 33,000 miles and looks/runs like new. Its always been maintained by my local Audi dealership and the only problem was one with the convertible top - something with a sensor - when it was 11 years old. Other than that and a replaced oxygen sensor, batteries, tires, etc., its only required regular maintenance. With gas prices soaring, I was shocked last week to discover I was getting 28 mpg on the highway. Ive had two Porsches and a handful of other sports cars, but this is my favorite car. I may never sell it.
Great little car - 1997 Audi Cabriolet
By Amanda - December 20 - 11:34 am
I have driven this car for several years and really have enjoyed it. It runs well, the top is easy to operate, and most importantly, it is reliable. This car is distinct and well crafted, without a ton of bells and whistles.
A fantastic car - 1998 Audi Cabriolet
By Laurence Madill - June 8 - 8:11 am
I am in the UK, driving a UK spec 1.8 litre model. Not the quickest off the mark, but by no means slow it keeps up with the high powered rivals and more recent cars quite easily. The handling is excellent, and although I have heard numerous reports of problems with scuttle shake, Ive not experienced this. Some high repair bills, but apart from the clutch failing, it hasnt ever broken down between standard services. Replacements as follows: clutch and flywheel at 80,000 miles, front suspension arms at 75,000 miles, brake discs and waterpump for coolant at 75,000 miles.