Due to the fact that our families are "car" people they have been asking to see our new (to us) car. It took us a while to figure out which car to buy.
Collin of course suggested or wouldn't mind ...
But since those were a little out of our budget and I was thinking about car seats more than horse power we got this :)
I hated the color when we first got it but it's growing on both of us. It hides dirt really well. It's called Magnesium pearl.
I am having a hard time getting use to front wheel drive as apposed to our all wheel drive. I like the all wheel drive more, but what do ya do. I might end up using the Audi a little more in the winter.
See that giant console in the middle of the two middle seats? That's what makes it a "touring", oh and the wood paneling and the fact there are power adapters everywhere.
One of our favorite things about it though is that it seats SIX!! Which is nice when I go places with friends who have kids, we only need one car. Also all four seats lay down flat, along with a panel that folds over the middle two seats to cover the middle console so we can fit a TON of stuff in here.
I won't lie, it's taken me a while to get use to it. The first few weeks it felt like I was borrowing some mom's car, but I guess I'm a mom now so I need a "mom" car. It's also a lot bigger than our Audi so it's taken some time to get use to parking it and judging just how big it is.
Speaking of the Audi, it's a little difficult to go from German to American (and yes there is a difference) but I guess that's what happens when you start working for an American car company :).
PS:Collin has to park the Audi in an uncovered lot super far away because it is not a Chrysler, dodge, or jeep they call it "competitive parking". So I'm sure he will be more than happy to let me use the Audi on snowy days.
Oh and because I'm always curious how much people pay, and since I'm not embarrassed about it we paid $12,500 a lot cheaper than a van :)