1995.5 Audi S6 Avant

The last of the UR cars, the 1995.5 UrS6 kicked off a five year hiatus for Audi’s S program in the US and could well be one of the last great S6 Avants sold stateside. Yes, I know what you might be thinking, “what about the C5 S6 with the 340 hp 4.2L V8?”  While a great car in its own right, the C5 misses the mark of the C4 UrS6 by a long shot. The most glaring shortcoming of the C5 is the Audi tiptronic slushbox. Add in the C4’s tunability and reliability, and it’s no wonder these are one of the most sought after Audis on the market. This clean S6 in Emerald green over Ecru leather is a great chance to own the last of the great Ur cars.

Year: 1995.5
Model: S6 Avant
Engine: 2.2 liter turbo inline five
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: unknown
Price: $8,750

1995.5 Audi S6 Avant on Craigslist Denver


1995.5 UR S6 Avant. 1 of 300 produced. This is a one owner car. Car has stock Avus wheels and a set of winter wheels and tires. Car has always been garaged. Third row seat. new timing belt and water pump at 126,000.

While the description of this car is vague at best, the $8,750 price tag leads me to believe that this car is pushing 200K miles. Even at that mileage, this car appears to be a clean, and well cared for example. The tan leather looks almost new in the pictures and the paint shows well for being 18 years old. For anyone within driving distance to Golden, Colorado, it’s definitely worth a look in person…that’s if it lasts.


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  1. I believe it has ~146K miles.

    Not many of these imported to begin with, as Audi snuck in about 191 for the 1995.5 model year to beat the impending OBD II regulations. There have to be only a handful still left in the hands of the original owners.

    I considered this one during my extraordinarily long search for a clean URS6 avant. It is as represented, offset by some lower bumper damage and the hood needing a repaint due to typical Colorado rash. The ecru leather is notorious for not holding up, and this is better than most. Seller is a good guy, but not extraordinarily motivated. Like most long term owners of these cars, he doesn’t come across as being anxious to sell the car.

    Price drop from $9200- its been on the market since the fall. I think it’s worth every penny of $7,000.

  2. The car is as described. Very clean with the bumper and road rash as Gregg put it. The only real issue is the guy isn’t really trying to sell it. He sent pictures and even his #, but doesn’t reply and didn’t call back. I think he has some kind of fetish for seeing how many people want his car. No big deal though since I was lucky enough to find a grey 95 with black interior that is way cleaner with less miles and 2500 less.

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