The Audi 1995 S6 Avant was a one year vehicle sold in the United States. So then what is with the 1995.5? Answer: They were really 1996 models, but Audi didn’t want to upgrade to the new OBDII standard.
So what is so special about this particular Audi S-Car?
- It was the only wagon to be offered in the C4 body or inline 5 cylinder engine.
- It is the closest thing you could get to a Audi RS2.
- This vehicle also represents the last of Audi’s rally inspired 20 Valve 5 cylinder engine. (TTRS has now come along, still not the same)
- This car also holds it value and is going up.
Audi S6 Value
Wagons always hold their value better. No matter the automotive make usually, wagons values are higher cause of their rarity. Did you know the rarest Mercedes made is not an SLS model, but an E63 wagon. They say they bring only about 10 a year to the U.S. Much the case with the S6 numbers were only around 200. Making the S6 one of the rarest Audi lines ever. So I recently insured my S6 and was told that the average value of the car is between – low $6500 to a high of $14500. That’s not bad at all really, the valued mine at 10,000 and I didn’t complain since I paid $4500.