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2020 Kia Stinger vs. 2020 Audi A7 Comparison

dunc69

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Bristol
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Non-US
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United Kingdom
What I Drive
Kia Stinger 3.3 GTS
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Spot on. And less than 1/2 the price! Stinger all day long!

Why did they use the 3.3 for comparison in the text and then use the 2.0 for the stats at the bottom of the article. Bizarre!
 
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Duluth
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GA
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United States
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2020 Stinger GT AWD
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Audi dealerships are also notorious--that is if you keep your car for 3 or more years--of finding 1000 dollars worth of stuff wrong everytime you take it in for an oil change.An old neighbor who worked in the service dept said they were trained to upsell and check off brake fluid--transmission flushes--and other minor things to generate more money.Problem is they angered a lot of folks.Paying 80k to 100k for a vehicle, then after a few years you get told there are things wrong or many things that need to be done everytime you take it in for basic service.Oil changes--filter changes--tire rotations(most dealerships do that for free if you bought the car there)--tires and brake pads are tolerable.at 30k and 60k and 90k etc--you should expect maybe to flush or change the fluids for the brakes and tran--but unless you drive the car very hard or do not maintain it--you should not have a littany of problems on a car for at least 100k.I was looking at an SQ5 about 2 yers ago and a coworkers father had one and it was 2 years old and he got rid of it because "everytime I take it in for an oil change--they find 700 dollars plus of work that supposedly needs to be done"
 

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