New Audi A4

2024 Audi A4 Overview
New 2024 Audi A4 For Sale
$41,900 - $52,000
$39,386 - $48,881
2023 Audi A4 Overview
New 2023 Audi A4 For Sale
$40,300 - $51,300
$37,883 - $48,223

Used Audi A4

Audi A4 Questions


Car Engine Won't Crank And Start

I had an accident years ago with the 2010 A4 2.0Tdi (B8) on my Right hand fender some one wire was totally ripped off by the tire but the car was okay, repaired it and still drove the car for a coup...

Why Can I NOT Submit A Review After Phoning A Dealer?

i wanted to write a review about a dealer. after entering my phone number, the message (in red) said "you have already reviewed all contacted dealers" this is not accurate. i have not reviewe...

Audi A4 Won't Start

my car has full power everything works but it's not cranking over no clicks tried jumping and still nothing. help

A4 Sitting For 4 Months

Going away for 4 months and leaving my car in an underground parkade. Is there anything I should do to ensure she'll start again once I'm back?

2011 Audi A4 Timing Chain Replacement

I have a 2011 Audi A4 with 140,000km's on it. The dealership told me I should replace my timing chain. When I asked them if it's something I needed to do right now they told me they recommend it. T...

Audi A4 Overview

When the Audi 80 and 90, the "entry-level" Audi models in the U.S., were discontinued in 1995, they were restyled, retooled, and reborn as the Audi A4. Originally just a four-door family sedan with lots of creature comforts added on for free, this baby A6 was a bit shorter and wider than its predecessor 90, but still a great first car for budget-conscious Audi buyers (perhaps an oxymoron?) wanting to save a little money. In Europe the Audi A4 was voted the safest car and the best value-for-money vehicle ever.

The Audi A4 became very popular in the U.S., though not nearly as popular as its European counterpart, and Audi sought ways to reinvent it over the ensuing years by introducing the Avant wagon and later the sporty TT-inspired two-door Cabriolet convertible. Quattro AWD technology was available in all A4s and much loved by drivers, who said it turned the dreaded chore of driving in snow and ice into something pleasurable that some said they actually looked forward to. Coupled with Audi's always impeccably tuned suspension, shocks, and responsive steering, the A4 added a smooth, comfortable ride to its already elegant interior.

Some interesting firsts for the Audi A4 include the first pairing of a turbo engine with FSI direct fuel injection (which spit gas directly into the combustion chambers to improve fuel economy). A new CVT, or continuously variable transmission, was also introduced for the first time in a luxury sedan. Using an electric clutch, this automatic transmission was intended to deliver optimal RPM performance by anticipating gears. Owners seem to love it or hate it.

Although marketed as Audi's "budget" car, the A4 is not exactly cheap, and options such as a power sunroof and heated seats will cost you plenty. But for a lot less than the A6, you'll get comparable luxury, room for a family of four (kids rather than adults fit best in the cramped backseat), and lots of cargo space in the Avant wagon. With recent engine upgrades, the A4 now delivers enough power to make this sports sedan/wagon not only practical and utilitarian for everyday use, but a kick to take out for the occasional romp on back roads.

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