It was produced between 1987 and 1991. It had some similarities with the Audi 80 B3, with changed color and some exterior improvements. It was also offered with more appliances and more powerful engines than the Audi 80. The engines available were 2 and 3 liters five-cylinder gasoline engines and 1.6 liters turbodiesel. In 1994 it was offered for the first time with the Audi 90 Quattro 20V engine and 2.3 20V with 160 and 170hp respectively. However, it was mostly produced with five-cylinder 2.3 liters engine with 136hp. 2.3 E was first available with three-speed automatic transmission and in 1990 also with four-speed automatic transmission. Audi 90 was also known as Audi 4000 CS, mainly in North America. Since 1991 all the models' names were changed to Audi 80.
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