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A: Yes, but that's an expensive way to go. You could just find a nice looking aftermarket Nav system (with a better user interface) for a lot cheaper. Check out Pioneer, they make some high quality and good looking double din Navs. Nice car choice btw =P (answered by Johnny Rodgers on August 07, 2008)
A: well i cant give you a price for a tune up but the cost to maintain Audis is right up there with BMW and Mercedies benz but the repairs are less frequent at least with the A4 and A6 and TT the A8 and Q7 may be anouther story. oilchanges range from 90-150 depending on the model if you $60 on oil filter and oil and do the work myself (the oil and filter for the S4 shouldn't cost anymore) tune ups can be pricy as well but i do not have to use the dealer. if you are good with cars you can do alot of things yourself there are some special tools but they are not that expensive and if you check the forums (like Audi world) you may even be able to barrowthem from other owners. overall its a trade off expensive maintence for a car that performs and handels like a car should. I never complain about the cost of ownership because the alternitive is driving a toyota or honda and that is not something im willing to do. (answered by mbar3 on October 25, 2007)
A: Probably not. You have a slight horsepower edge (340 vs 333), but you weight a bit more (3869 vs 3415). So if you mean "keep up" as in a drag race, you'll be pleased at the 60 foot mark, where the quattro will leap into a quick lead, but you'll get passed quickly thereafter as the power to weight ratio will eat up your lead very quickly.
If you mean "keep up" as on a roadcourse or autocross, the BMW would again get the nod. The M3 is an unbelievable performer in these venues, and rear wheel drive tends to be faster and easier to drive at the limit than AWD, the latter being generally tuned to more understeer.
However, with all of that said, the two cars are close enough that the one that is driven better will win...even in something as simple as a straight line test...and especially in a more technical event like a road race or autocross.
If it's any consolation, at a stoplight to stoplight race, the Audi would probably win. It takes some time and forethought to turn off the traction control on the BMW, and without that off, the car is lazy off the line. Not that I'd ever condone street racing, of course... (answered by milocarrera on December 15, 2005)