Review: Audi RS6 (2008 – 2011)

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Rating:

Incredibly fast, yet pleasant and not intimidating to drive.

Difficult to use the huge performance you have paid a huge price for.

Audi RS6 (2008 – 2011): At A Glance

 

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What does a Audi RS6 (2008 – 2011) cost?

List Price from £92,750
Buy new from £87,356

Real MPG average for a Audi RS6 (2008 – 2011)

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Average performance

84%

Real MPG

17–17 mpg

MPGs submitted

2

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Used car needs £12k repairs – can I reject it?

I recently bought a used Audi RS6 from a dealer. Three months after purchase, I had it serviced and checked over by a local garage, who tell me it needs £12,000 spending on it. The car only cost me £10,000, where do I stand on getting money back from the dealer or small claims court?
There is no guarantee that the £12,000 estimate is not a rip-off. Take the matter up with the dealer. Depending on what the problems are, he may be prepared to take the car back, after subtracting an allowance for your three months use of it. You obviously can't expect your full £10,000 back because that would be "unreasonable", as would expecting him to contribute to a £12,000 repair bill on a £10,000 car.
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