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Cup Holder stuck in closed position
Needs new rear brakes vibration under hard braking no light on indicating change in center lcd
Needs tb/wp done
Slight rust around aluminum blades
Suspension should be swapped out for coilovers at some point sitting properly right now but the owner has come home to find it sagging after extended trips.Still currently works.
Two small dings one on upper hatch about the size of a silver dollar. The other is on the front passenger side near headlight about the size of a silver dollar light rust forming on them.
please show pics of rust
why coil overs as appose new air suspention
what alum blades where?
tb/wp is timing belt and water pump
I believe its suggested its changed at 60 or 70k most people change them closer to 90/100. It really depends if there is no sound or they look beat up. That's also when I have changed them (90k) on the B5 S4's that I've owned. Obviously if your timing belt goes, your engine can as well so its something you have keep in mind.
There is one picture of the rust here. I cant recall if its only on the front blades or the rears as well.
Its consistent on the other blades with the photo I've listed.
The aluminum blades are what is pictured as well in the photo.
The car is listed at 10k obo I'm open to reasonable offers but not far from my asking price.
I think the price is fair considering the work needed, the fact that it is a 6 speed and that it has low miles. Its also becoming increasingly rare to find 6 speeds in any car let alone an Avant in the North American market. There are similar Allroads in the market with 120k miles asking 12-14k.
I would personally rather run coilovers due to the high cost of air suspension and what I see as the high tendency for them to fail. I've never owned an Allroad but if you read over different Audi forums they are known to fail and they aren't cheap to replace. Feel free to shoot me an email or message if you want to talk more. I also have a cell of course if you want to talk about the car.
Thanks for the interest