Originally Posted by RealBmw 02
someone already said it, and I completely agree:
BMW = car for good weather conditions
Audi = car for poor weather and road conditions
I would much rather have an AWD Audi in the snow than a BMW. It would be able to perform exponentially better. But for good road conditions, the potential of the rear-wheel drive BMW is much higher since the Audi will experience understeer at the limit.
I like Audi...as well. But I don't know if I'd really take it over a BMW. I mean, I knew this guy who had an e46 Laguna Seca M3....and he traded it for an Audi TT. I'm not a huge fan of the TT, but the A4, S4, A6, A8 are all nice. I like those, especially the more expensive ones...
What makes an Audi AWD better than a BMW AWD (for example-330xi)?