It used to be a bit unusual to see 90s-era European-specification cars come this way. But with the advent of the internet and 25-year-old cars being relatively cheap in other areas of the world, coupled with a current soaring market in the US and nostalgia for easier (they weren’t, but it’s okay to think they were) times, it’s less unusual to see Euro-only models for sale stateside. That’s not the case today; this S6 Avant was available here in nearly identical spec. However, there are a few things interesting on this one and it’s worth taking a look:
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1995 Audi S6 Avant Euro-Spec on eBay
Model: S6 Avant
Engine: 2.2 liter turbocharged inline-5
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 180,000 km (~112,000 mi)
Location: Greenwich, Connecticut
Price: Reserve Auction
This is a 1995 Euro Spec Audi S6, imported from Italy, with a 5 speed manual transmission and the legendary 2.2 Liter 5 cylinder turbocharged engine, with approximately 112,000 Miles (180,000 KM) This specific vehicle is a no sunroof “slicktop” model. Recent service includes: 4 new tires, oil change, coolant flush, spark plugs, coil boots, oxygen sensor, thermostat, and last but not least the timing belt! Vehicle is in excellent shape overall and ready to go to a new home! For further info please call or text (718) 755-5882.
On Jan-17-21 at 11:20:11 PST, seller added the following information:
1995 Euro Audi S6 Avant (wagon).
So there were some really cool color options and unique engine configurations available in Europe; you could get two different V8s, a six-speed manual, and an automatic, among some other nice items. This has none of those things, and in fact is a relative stripper. That’s where it becomes interesting – no sunroof, no roof racks, no heated seats, no radio, manual seats – this was about as low-spec as you could get one, it would seem. And that makes it pretty neat, overall! It’s also in good condition and has some recent maintenance done, plus the European-specification lights and slim bumpers really do lighten up the look of the C4 slightly. Bids so far are over $12,000 – no surprise there – and it’ll be interesting to see if this one sells, and what for. There’s a lot of heavy lifting done on a low-spec Euro model here, and that makes this a fairly unique opportunity.