I just visited the Bellavia Audi website and saw the 2000 model year prices for the S4 and the 4.2 A6. They probably have the 2.7's too, although it is not on the site as of today.
Check it out: http://www.bellaviaaudi.com/new<ul><li><a href="http://www.bellaviaaudi.com/new">http://www.bellaviaaudi.com/new</a></li></ul>
09-02-1999, 05:11 AM
Audi's official websites are the worst Iv'e seen for a Car manufaturer. I sad that the cars are already being sold and their "official" hasn't been updated. Wake Up Audi!! Your cars are great but your websites Suck.
09-02-1999, 10:39 AM
Can't disagree with you Upset. However, the manufacturers are still beholden to the delears. In other words, they want you to physically go see them in order to get more information and if they're lucky, a sale. Sad, but true. This is why the last car we bought we went to a dealer by us, test drove the damn thing, looked at colors, and promptly walked out the door and purchased the car over the internet at a substantial savings!
09-02-1999, 07:54 PM
I don't disagree either, but, these guys at Bellavia sure are changing the way that you can do business. It is amazing that you can get all the information, see the cars they have, and purchase the darn thing right there! I also noticed that if they don't have the car, you can just go and pick what you would like and submit that to see if they can get it or order it. That is pretty cool. The real kicker is, that you specify the price. I guess the standard internet fair 3-4% margin is fair too go by.
I still like the fact that they are on the ball with the up to date info.
09-05-1999, 09:25 AM
Can you send me the internet address where you can purchase Audi's. My wife will need a car in the next year. Though I reaaly like the salesman at the local Burlingame dealer, I know I paid too much for my A6. Also maybe you could explain to me how this works. I had thought that the pearlessence paint had been discontinued.I would strongly consider this on my next car if it were available on either the A4 or A6.
09-05-1999, 10:19 AM
1) MSN.com and click autos to get to Carpoint