Most people are worried about the range but I think you'll find it is more than enough for all local driving and even some short trips (anything more than twice its range will probably wear you out unless you don't mind taking it slow). The best part about this car is the smooth linear acceleration and great drivetrain. The next best thing is that the only lifestyle change involved is going electric. The rest is tried and true Audi experience. Some of that is not ideal (dealerships, maintenance, etc.) but it doesn't get any better elsewhere either. I love being inside a German car and this one happens to be electric. That's all. I recommend you keep a full size spare wheel (with an OEM tire mounted on it) for when you get a flat. The car is barely drivable on a compact spare and these tires are hard to find (not to mention expensive). If you buy new, go through the 95 Technical Service Bulletins and make sure the dealer addresses any that are actively affecting the car. Some will pop up during the early weeks and months of ownership so anticipate some downtime. I can't say it enough. This is the best car that Audi makes (not to say they couldn't do better) and it is wonderful to drive.Read more reviews at Cars.com
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