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1994 Audi S4

In the world of legendary German luxury sport sedans, the 500E and M5 take all of the heat off of the original Audi S4. Consequently, a smart buyer can get into a relatively easy to maintain and fix, infinitely tunable and all-year useable package that defines the original S4 and S6 models. Many of them were snapped up years ago and it’s hard to find sub-200,000 mile models that are in good condition. Luckily, today’s Black over Ecru example fits the bill well:

Year: 1994
Model: S4
Engine: 2.2 liter turbocharged inline-5
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 157,000 mi
Price: No Reserve Auction

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1994 Audi S4
157,XXX miles
Black exterior Ecru (white) interior
Porsche turbo front brakes
Faded paint on roof and trunk
Power steering fluid leak at X plug
Maintenance records since 1998
Includes 4 Michelin snow tires
3 Owners
Clean title in hand
Asking price or best offer

Tags: 1992 1993 1994 1995 92 93 94 95 s4 s6 urs4 urs6 20v i5 turbo 5 speed original quattro audi

This car looks honestly presented. There is something that’s indescribably attractive about the worn exterior on these cars; it’s comfortable, like a well worn pair of jeans that you can’t give up. It’s great to see the original light and strong Fuchs-made wheels in place covering some desirable upgrade Porsche brakes. It’s also nice to have a set of snow tires included in the sale, especially when they’re Michelins. With maintenance records for the past 15 years (since it was almost new), this appears to be a pretty solid buy. I would expect this car to end up in the $5,000 – $6,000 range; for that amount you can have a great, fun and pretty reliable daily driver for the next 100,000 miles that adds some class and boost to your daily commute.


One Comment

    UrSDRIVER November 1, 2013

    993 turbo brakes typically require 17″ or larger wheels, my guess is this is the popular and desirable Boxster (non-S) and A8 rotor upgrade. Once you rid yourself of the problematic POS factory ignition coils, these cars go from “pretty” to “dead-nutz” reliable.

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