2000 Audi S4 Bi-Turbo - Quattro - 6 Speed Manual
Premium package: BOSE 8 speaker Symphony II, HomeLink System, Integrated phone system, Sunroof(like an Audi would come without one, right?), Dual 8-way adjustable seats w/ electronic lumbar, Auto tinting LCD Rear and side-view mirrors, HID Projector Headlights w/Adaptive Headlight System(headlights self-adjust as you drive)
Cold Weather Package: Heated seats, Heated door locks, Heated windshield washer units, Heated mirrors. Ski sack
Front, Side Front, and Rear Airbag Option
ALL major and minor maintenance has been done to the car. Timing belt, thermostat, water pump, accessory belt...etc etc... the works. Done by Audi techs at Wausau Imports.
I replaced ALL 8 aluminum control arms on the front of the car, ended up only being one that had a bad bushing, but I'm anal like that. Ball joints replaced, tie-rod ends replaced.
There was a design flaw with the oil line to the passenger side turbo charger from the factory. Audi had since fixed the issue. I brought the car to Audi to replace the line and they said they thought they heard a slightly abnormal noise coming from the pass. turbo so they replaced BOTH turbo's under warranty at 73,xxx miles. So, newer turbos.
New Clutch. Literally. About 250 miles on clutch.
I bought the car about 4 years ago with 4x,xxx miles on it. Now has 107,xxx miles on it.
I have taken great care with the car. I have fun with it but ever abuse it. I always let the car idle before turning it off even though Audi built in a system that keeps the oil and coolant flowing after the car's engine is shut off. Oil changed every 4500 miles with Mobile 1 SuperSyn 0W-40 and Bosch oil filter.
BONUS: I have (2) sets of tires AND wheels that come with the car. One set has Eagle F1 summer only tires mount, the other has Bridgestone Blizzak winter tires mounted. Blizzak's + Quattro = Tank.
There are a LOT more features to this car that I haven't mentioned but I assure you, it's loaded.
I've had the car for about 4 years now and it's just time for a change. I'm sad to even post it for sale but it's time to look to the future of smaller, more Britishy 2-door sports cars with Toyota engines in the back.