As I write this I'm on the phone listening to yet another internet hero drone on about what his buddies have done to their cars and how he's influential on the forums so should get a discount on the part he wants - one he'd like to pay for with mom's credit ca
Most cars don't inspire philosophical introspection or debate (except perhaps for the age-old question of need versus want). Our long-term Audi, however, causes me to contemplate the wisdom of Lao Tzu, albeit in a way the ancient philosopher never imagined. Th
Delivery of this new Audi A4 to our long-term fleet was one of the most anticipated ever--primarily because we've come to absolutely adore Audi's B-class sedan, but also because this brand-new car features one of the most rewarding new technologies we've seen,
I almost bought, well leased, my wife an A4 about 2 1/2 years ago. It's a car I've really liked ever since it hit the street back in 1994. I always felt it was one of those rare cars that would look right decades from now, plus I really liked the way it drove.
It was late on a Friday night. The kids were in a Gran Turismo-induced game coma, so I brought out a bottle of Cabernet, popped the cork, and did my best to seduce the wife. She said I didn't need it (the wine), because I fixed the gate and fertilized her flow