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Used Audi 100 Cars for sale in Australia, Second Hand

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The Audi 100 is a front-wheel drive vehicle with excellent dynamic performance, handling and comfort during long journeys.

For many reasons, the Audi 100, which was produced from 1969 to 1976, can hardly be called the ancestor of the family. First of all, these are some design solutions that were never repeated on these cars and thanks to which the first Audi 100 remained the car of the early 70s, laying only the concept of large cars with front axle drive and a longitudinally located engine. The next generation isthe models mainly fixed technical solutions, which subsequently lasted long enough with modifications.

The new generation Audi 100 was introduced in June 1976. Initially, the bodies of two and four-door sedans were produced, and in September 1977 a station wagon was added to them, which, due to the large angle of the tailgate, looked more like a hatchback.

Externally, the new Audi 100 was very similar to the enlarged Audi 80 of the same model year. They were similar and structurally - Mc Pherson front suspension, rear - semi-independent beam ntrailing arms with a Panhard rod, although in the power units for the Audi 100, the emphasis was on more powerful motors. In the United States, this model was sold as the Audi 5000.

However, there was one circumstance that emphasized the uniqueness of these cars. Just in time for the release of the new generation of the Audi 100, the world's first serial five-cylinder 2.2-liter petrol engine was prepared, combining the power of a six-cylinder and the economy and compactness of a four-cylinder engine. It is these in-line five-cylinder motors thate appeared on the Audi 100 in 1977 and became the hallmark of the new family, then spreading to the younger class. In 1978, diesel engines appeared for the first time on the Audi 100.

At the end of 1979, a top version of the 100 model appeared with its own name - Audi 200. It was distinguished by a high level of basic configuration and was equipped with only the most powerful five-cylinder engines, including turbocharged ones. The Audi 200 did not have a station wagon body and was produced in this body until 1984 inclusive.

Family of front-wheel drive sedans Audi 100 (series44) of the third generation was in production from September 1982 to November 1990. This full-size sedan caused a sensation at the Frankfurt Motor Show with outstanding aerodynamics for its E segment (according to the European classification) (Cx = 0.30) and even received the title "Car of the Year 1983". The car really turned out to be very roomy, economical and quiet. A spacious cabin with comfortable seats, where it is not cramped for five tall passengers. Sufficiently energy-intensive and at the same time comfortable suspension. Amazing 570 liter capacityluggage carrier, and even a solid total carrying capacity: in addition to five riders, you can carry up to 175 kg of cargo - in terms of practicality, such a car can be compared, perhaps, with some station wagons of a smaller dimension. The handling of Audi cars has always been at its best, and the front-wheel drive "weaving" in this respect is almost a legendary model. Straight-line coasting, precise trajectory following in bends, absence of drifts even on very slippery road sections - these are the hallmarks of the Audi 100 44 series. That's just the lack of hydras on the basic versionsthe power steering has a strong effect when maneuvering in tight parking lots (but it does not need to be repaired).

The 44 series station wagon under the traditional name Avant appeared in March 1983 and still surprises many with its extravagance. The tailgate, which is very shallow for a station wagon, reduced air turbulence, which improved aerodynamic performance (Cx = 0.34) and reduced rear window contamination. The trunk was almost not damaged - its capacity with the rear seats unfolded is 1800 liters.

In January 1985 on the marketThe all-wheel drive version of the Audi 100 Quattro (440-type) was developed, which was facilitated by the traditional Audi longitudinal layout of the engine in the engine compartment. The real top model with a similar drive system was the Audi 100 Avant Quattro station wagon, which anticipated with its appearance the direction of cars for outdoor activities.

The key to the success of the Audi 100 in the European automotive market is also a wide range of four- and five-cylinder engines with different parameters. The most practical among them (especially for domestic operating conditions) are a number ofth "fours" (factory indexes DR, DS) with a working volume of 1.8 liters. And if 75 hp for normal acceleration is clearly not enough, then already a 90-horsepower DS with a single Pierburg carburetor is quite an acceptable option both in terms of dynamics and fuel consumption (10.7 l / 100 km in the urban cycle), besides, its advantage is simple and reliable design. After modernization at the end of 1988, this power unit received the NP code. For ease of maintenance, such models will be much preferable to more powerful ones, but also much more demanding on the quality of fuels and lubricants.and the level of service of five-cylinder engines, which is especially important for poor people living on the periphery. These injection power units (WH, KP, RT, WC, NF) with a working volume of 2.0; 2.1; 2.2 and 2.3 liters and a capacity of 100,115,115 and 133 hp, respectively. although they are as reliable as four-cylinder ones, major repairs, for example, when a camshaft drive belt breaks or a gas pump replacement, can hit the owner's pocket hard.

In addition, from the end of 1984 (and until 1989), 138-horsepower 2.2-liter KU engines, mounted only on the Audi 100, appeared, instead of 136-horsepower ankles.and cylinder series WC. Since March 1986, economical and picky five-cylinder 2.0-liter diesels and turbodiesels (CN, DE, NC) with a capacity of 69, 87 and 100 hp, respectively, and later - 2, began to be mounted on the 44th series of "weave" 4-liter 82-horsepower diesel (3D) and 2.5-liter 120-horsepower turbodiesel (1T). By the way, the 2.1-liter, 182-horsepower injection gasoline engine (KG) was installed mainly on the Audi 200 model (the same 44 series), which has been produced since November 1983. There were also 2.2-liter 165-horsepower (MS) and 220-horsepower 20-valve (2V) engines (from March 1989).

Audi 200 externally ex.This included a chrome dash trim and smaller headlights, as well as leather and fine wood veneers.

After 1985, the company began producing cars with fully galvanized bodies. Therefore, traces of rust in those places where there are no chips and abrasive wear (wheel arches, sills, bottom) indicate that the car was released earlier. Moreover, on later models, such places are additionally protected by branded fenders and door sills.

Audi 5000 (044-series) was sold onlyo in the United States from October 1983 to 1988 - these sedans can be distinguished by the level of equipment, which included a dual four-headlight system, power windows and mirrors, a sunroof mounted in the roof, automatic transmission, cup holders (only on request), air conditioner and catalytic converter of exhaust gases. The Audi 5000 met the US FTC's 1983 emission and fuel consumption limits. In the 1989 model year, the modernized Audi 100 and Audi 200 were already under their ownindexes. Of course; the image of the Audi 100 as a prestigious import mid-size vehicle played an important role in successful sales.

The reconstruction, carried out in January 1988, somewhat smoothed out the angular lines of the body, and the SS, CS and CD indices became a thing of the past. There were recessed door handles, chrome disappeared from the bumpers, edging of the taillights and side moldings. But the airbag on the Audi 100 was never installed, although the car has a seat belt height adjustment. So be careful if you suspect that the proposedthe car pulls for a greater age than stated. Since August 1989, all gasoline engines have been fitted with an adjustable catalytic converter.

In 1989, the production of the Audi 100 2.3 E and the Audi 100 Avant 2.3 E with a 138-horsepower NF engine began, and the 115-horsepower KP engine from 1989 became known as the RT. The last Audi 100 was released in December 1990, when the new model of the C4 series finally took its place. Production of the Audi 200 was no longer resumed. All of the above advantages were very visible on the new Audi 100/200 cars, but on most of the vehicles whose operating age exceededand nine years, little is left of them

In the latest generation of the Audi 100, which was produced from November 1990 to May 1994, all the best features of the corporate identity received their logical development. The classically elegant body shape (reinforced in comparison with its predecessor for torsion by 30%) has increased the competitiveness of this model in relation to the products of the Mercedes-Benz and BMW concerns. The superb build quality, 3-year paintwork warranty and 10-year body punch-through warranty have been great promotions for the Audi 100 (C4 series). Appearednew suspension (with improved geometry), the interior was completely redesigned, the rear seats became even more spacious than those of competitors - Mercedes-Benz W124 and BMW E34. The driver's seat was provided with a simply amazing range of adjustments. The angles of the front seats and the steering column were easy to adjust to the non-standard figure of the driver. Door locks have acquired a more reliable wedge-shaped design.

However, the advantages of the new generation cars were much greater: a wide list of standard equipment, usednew fabrics, materials and leather, which are not often found in standard equipment. Although, as you know, the best is the enemy of the good: a very spacious interior and a spacious 510-liter trunk of 4-door sedans have critically tuned the public to 5-door station wagons (since August 1991), whose trunk volume, despite being more vertical than that of the previous generation, the back door, turned out to be below the nominal in its class - only 1310 liters!

I must say that psychologists who took part in the test of the Audi 100 Avant noted: this car will keep inlow consumer value long after the end of production. Still: excellent dynamic characteristics, handling and comfort during prolonged driving. Surprisingly, the cross-country ability on snow-covered roads and in icy conditions of the front-wheel-drive Audi 100 was also at its best. The all-wheel drive Quattro model appeared in January 1991, its handling and cross-country ability in general proved to be the standard for cars of this type, which allowed Audi to practically monopolize the European market for all-wheel drive passenger models.

A little later, the engineers of the VAG concern were able to offer in a standard version, which have become an integral feature of a cool German car, seat belt clips, airbags for the driver and passenger, central locking, an alarm system, as well as a comprehensive passive safety system Procon-ten - "retracting" the steering wheel and fixing seat belts in a collision.

Initially, three injection engines were used: a 2.0-liter 101-horsepower (factory index AAE), a 2.3-liter 133-horsepower (AAR) and 2.8-literth 174-strong (AAN) with multipoint injection.

But already in January-March 1991 (with the appearance of the Audi 100 Quattro version), they were added: a 2.0-liter 115-horsepower (AAD) with a central injection system and a 2.4-liter 82-horsepower diesel (AAS). Six months later, a 115-horsepower 2.5-liter version with a turbodiesel (AAT) appeared on sale. A 5-speed manual gearbox was standard for all engines, an automatic 4-diaphragm hydromechanical gearbox with an electronic adaptive DSP system was installed on request, which flexibly adapts to individual driving styles inwhich improves the smoothness of gear changes and improves fuel efficiency to the level of models with a manual transmission.

Topping the range was the sports model Audi S4 with a 2.2-liter 230-horsepower five-cylinder engine (AAN) with multi-point fuel injection and turbocharging. The maximum speed of the model with a special modified sports suspension with stiffer springs and shock absorbers (due to which the vehicle's height decreased by 20 mm) reached 240 km / h, and the acceleration time to hundreds took no more than 6.8 s.

In January 1992A new fuel-efficient 2.0-liter 115-horsepower (ACE) engine was introduced, and a 2.6-liter V6 (ABC) with 150 horsepower in March, but a real groan of delight came in November when the firm introduced the S4 4. 2 / Avant with a 4.2-liter V-shaped figure eight from the V8 model, which, due to its exceptional characteristics (power 280 hp, acceleration to 100 km / h in 6.2 s (Avant - in 6.6 s) , maximum speed under 250 km / h) and, most importantly, a relatively low price for the sports station wagon segment has taken its rightful place on the automobile Olympus.

Release of the C4 model range under the nameThe Audi 100 / S4 lasted until May 1994, when a radical restyling was carried out and a new index, A6, was introduced. The Audi A6 is perfect for use in Russia: front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, a fully galvanized body and the price reduction for early Audi models make it a very profitable business to buy this car. The only drawback is the high cost of branded service.

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