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About Audi 80 Quattro

The Audi 80 Quattro is a highly equipped family car which features electrically operated front windows, sport seats, the driver's being height adjustable, central door locking, headlamp washers and interior adjustable twin mirrors. The Audi 80 Quattro 2.3's top speed is 195 km/h (121mph) (declared by factory). The Audi 80 Quattro 2.6's top speed 205 km/h (127 mph) (declared by factory). The Audi 80 Quattro 2.8's top speed 215 km/h (134 mph) (declared by factory). The car was offered with 4-door sedan and station wagon body shapes.
Introduced for 1988, Audi's sedan came with front-wheel drive or, as the 80 Quattro, with permanently engaged all-wheel drive. Audi's entry-level front-drive sedan lost its 108-horsepower, 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, adopting instead the 130-horsepower 5-cylinder powerplant from the 80 Quattro and its more costly 90-series sibling. The Audi 80 Quattro is a highly capable automobile that offers stable handling; satisfying cornering ability; a well-controlled ride; and strong, responsive brakes. Buyers of the 80 series when new also benefited from high assembly quality and paint finish. The Audi 80 Quattro enjoyed only a short time in the United States., was available in the 1988-1990 model years and then re-introduced with some Audi 90 Quattro upgrades for the '92 model year as a hold-over until the V6 B4 was ready for production.

Audi 80 Quattro Common Problems and Maintenance Tips

Common car issues and repairs are a reality for every car owner. Learn more about the most common Audi 80 Quattro problems here.
One issue reported by 1990-1992 Audi 80 Quattro owners is that some bushings found around the subframe, suspension, and steering may deteriorate with age. A clunking type noise when stopping or accelerating may be a sign of worn out bushings.
Audi 80 Quattro owners have also reported problems with catalytic converters. Catalytic converts normally last about 10 years or more. They can become clogged, overheated or contaminated which can lead to sluggish engine performance and engine shutdown.
Another issue with Audi 80 Quattro vehicles is that TDI engines can wear out after 150,000 miles. To repair this diesel engine problem usually requires a complete and expensive engine overhaul. Before spending any money on diesel with these symptoms, it's recommended to do a compression test first.
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