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Old 11-29-2009, 09:54 PM   #221 (permalink)
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...VW and Audi are NOT the same thing. Car companies barely share tech intra model.
obviously, there are rules and exceptions to rules but, in the case of audi and vw, there's
a great deal of common technology across the various platforms.
for example, i have a 1999 audi a4 which is based on the vw b5
platform which is shared with the passat from the same years.
they're basically the same car...

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Old 11-30-2009, 07:17 AM   #222 (permalink)
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Good Job snowboardspaz, didn't know so much of the forum was so passionate about audi's and V dubs

and Fluid, I'm jealous of that truck lol, I looked for something along those lines afte I got rid of the BMW couldn't find anything worth the buy, settled on the altima b/c it was a steal, and then found an explorer a month later for only 2 grand from an older member of society...sucked haha
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Old 11-30-2009, 07:52 AM   #223 (permalink)
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I'm only passionate about MY vdub!

Who the hell is snowboardspaz?! I don't see any posts from anyone with that name.
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Old 11-30-2009, 08:05 AM   #224 (permalink)
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LOL,

Isn't he the memeber that wrote the orig. post asking which to buy? I was saying good job to him b/c it riled us all up
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o...right....
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Just lol at you.

You say Audi is just VW's high end extension, you are wrong. How long has Audi been around? Please tell me.. then tell me how long Lexus or infiniti has been around?
Yes, VW is the parent company... Audi in turn owns Lambo... Bugatti is also in the mix as well. So is Seat, Skoda... and where is Porsche in all this.

Go into any VW or Audi dealership and they'll say that they are the same? You are killing me... maybe if you went into a VW dealership a salesguy would tell you that they are the same.. but not at an Audi store.

I'm embarrassed for you. Please stop while you are behind, or keep going... this is the internet so it'll be pretty fun to see what you come up with next.
LOL "fact" !!!!!
Yep, this is the internet, which is why you are acting like a keyboard tough guy right now. Unfortunately for you, a quick search reveals that most of Audi's and VW's most popular cars share platforms, drivetrains, engines, transmissions, electrical, etc etc etc parts with each other, are manufactured at the same plants by the same company, and are equally as unreliable.

Subaru, Toyota, and Honda make the most reliable consumer cars, period. VWs are garbage from the get go, Audis (generally) are after 50-60,000 miles.

But hell, I don't buy German sissy sedans so what do I know?!
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How was your T Day? I'm working from my house today, too lazy after the weekend to drive to the city. Plus after the scenery from Maine to here, I don't want to see the city
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most of Audi's and VW's most popular cars share platforms, drivetrains, engines, transmissions, electrical, etc etc etc parts with each other, are manufactured at the same plants by the same company, and are equally as unreliable.

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VWs are garbage from the get go, Audis (generally) are after 50-60,000 miles.
These statements would seem to contradict each other....
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How was your T Day? I'm working from my house today, too lazy after the weekend to drive to the city. Plus after the scenery from Maine to here, I don't want to see the city

How was the drive to Sunday River? I've never actually gone cause I assumed it was about 10 hrs but Google says 7ish. Is that realistic passing Boston?
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These statements would seem to contradict each other....
I was actually implying that AUDIs at least look really cool and have enough luxury features, including AWD, so that under warranty, its still a car worth having for 50k miles or so, whereas VWs are just ugly and poorly made cars from the start
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