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#1 Old 05-15-2007, 01:21 PM
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Whats up all?! As the title states I am selling my A4 in order to shed a few pounds, and get into a WRX. I have always loved your cars. I am torn now between a wagon and a coupe. I know I will have a few extra pounds to deal with on the wagon, but I was curious, those of you that have driven both how big is the difference? Do you really notice the extra weight, especially in tight corners? Being an avid snowboarder, mtn biker, surfer, wagon would help carry the gear although I am not opposed to the coupe either. I am on a constant mission to search and educate myself about your cars but of course thanks in advance for any opinions. Cheers!
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i traded off my audi tt for a wrx i have to say it was well worth it

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Good to hear. I know I will be pleased. I hope to save a few bucks while Im at it. Audi parts are soo expensive and there always seems to be an issue even before I went to the big turbo. I understand paying for performance, but sensors and coils and things that should last at least 60K miles or more I have replaced already. thanks for the input! Cheers!
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there's almost no performance difference between the sedan and the wagon. The weight difference is also very small

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there's almost no performance difference between the sedan and the wagon. The weight difference is also very small
+1 to that. A friend just bought an 07 wagon this past weekend. We traded and drove each others cars. The only difference was his shifted better cause he had the short shifter (My car doesnt), but mine is quicker and more responsive cause I have the Cobb AP (his doesnt), other than that, couldnt really feel or tell of a difference between one being a wagon and the other a sedan.
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Awesome. Thats what I wanted to hear. So I guess I'll be getting a wagon. Thanks for the input guys. Anybody want an Audi? !Laugh!
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