The third generation was produced between 1982 and 1988, more economical to drive than before. The cars featured procon-ten safety system and remained under the same name as those in the previous generations. In 1983 the model was updated to 2.2 liters turbo with five-cylinder engine, able to reach up to 225 km per hour. In 1988 a facelift was added to the Audi 100. The model introduced in 1990 with 2.5 liters straight-five engine with direct injection, turbo diesel was the first model with a TDI label. It has been a subject of criticism for sudden acceleration. Approximately 852 000 Audi 100 were manufactured during this period. Engines from 1.8 liters to 2.3 liters running on petrol were available and also 2-2.5 liters running on diesel. They were launched as Avant. The third generation was criticized for unexpected acceleration.
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