This is a fantastic car for me. Plenty of room when I'm visiting multiple markets for work. The CVT transmission does a good job of mimicking traditional sports-shifting while allowing me to get at least 33mpg on the fwy. I love the clean interior with full Bang and Olufsen sound system.
Great car with great handling
2010 Audi A4Danelle G - Tampa, FL10/19/2015
This car is very reliable to drive. I feel very safe and have had no issues whatsoever in the time I have owned it. I like its compact size. I've been able to put my niece and nephew (and their carseats) in the back and they still have enough room. I did a lot of research before purchasing the car, so I would advise anyone else to do the same, regardless if they are thinking about an A4 or another vehicle. I definitely would recommend it. The gas mileage is great. I fill up once every 2.5-3 weeks, full tank of premium gas is $30-35. The only downside to the car is if it is windy outside, I feel like the car swerves a bit.
2001 Audi A4Joe - Long Island, NY10/08/2008
I've had this car for almost a year now, and so far its been great. I have the 2.8l model (not the 1.8 turbo), and its been solid. The interior is nice, and the exterior is beautiful. There has been no problems yet with the car, but I need to get a timing belt soon, and that can cost between $800-1000. When little things inside the car break, it costs a lot of money to have it fixed. I haven't had anything break yet, but a friend of mine replaced her seat belt, and it cost her about $100. If you don't have the money to keep up with maintenance and fixing little things that may go wrong (which there isn't many), don't get this car because you will notice little things cost a lot.
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