2006 Audi A6 Repair Question
Audi A6 Door Problem
if you are ready to spend big bucks on a new car, go for it. dont exspect to get much for your with all the issues.
it is a personal decision. you need to do what is best for you. i dont and never will buy a new car. it is a depreciating asset that drains you in money and looses value way too quickly.
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It sounds like it is starting to have a lot of small problems happening which is common for this mileage. If you know the maintenance history and it was prperly mantained, then it may be worht keeping. Otherwise I would get another vehicle and keep up on the maintanence.
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I agree with the opinions of my associates. I would also add a bit of advice from my Dad: "Never form an emotional attachment to a mechanical contrivance" Audi makes fine cars, they can be very expensive to maintain, if you are not concerned with that aspect then by all means keep it. If cost is an issue, choose another car, OK?
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