S-Line, Turbo Charged Engine, Leatherette Seats, Front Seat Heaters, Sunroof(s), Overhead Airbags
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 66K Miles, White/Black
I can honestly say that I love driving my car everyday. I wake up everyday with a big smile on my face as I walk to my Audi A4 in the garage knowing that my 30 minute drive to work will be in style and comfort. The car fits like a glove and drives itself and I am just amazed at the all leather interior and Bose sound system as I am rockin' away through traffic on the interstate. The car handles VERY well as I recently was driving back to Atlanta from vacation. I was on the interstate and following behing this truck which was pulling a trailer with coiled hoses on the back. I was driving 80 mph when the coils popped and started to unwind and fall off of the trailer. I was in the far left lane and swerved to get out of the way with a hard jerk to the left on the steering wheel. The cars response was smooth and controlled as I drove around the debris in front of me. I had not even had the car for a month and it had already saved my life. The tires never spun out nor did the brakes lock up. Outstanding suspension and control and the car kept going as if nothing had happened. Truly amazed at the performance of the A4. I can only imagine what the A5 and A6 have to offer. I am definately hooked on the Audi brand. I love my car.
This is the best driving car I have ever owned. I had the 2006 A6 Avant and traded it for this. The 2.0T is so much smoother and shifts so much better. The A6 had a jumpy start unless you squeezed the gas peddle just right and when going up hill it would stay in 2nd too long, sounded like a rocket. The A4 2.0T Quattro is much quieter and smoother to drive. The loss in space is unnoticeable to me, it has plenty of space.
Pros: Compared against cars in its class, the Audi A4 is one of the classiest technological masterpieces built by the German automaker. With quattro, its handling outperforms BMW and Mercedes. The interior is luxurious, yet modest, and Audi ensures that its vehicles are at the forefront of technology integration, such as the Multimedia Interface screen (ipod, bluetooth, gps, car systems analysis, data storage). It's almost like driving a computer, but doesn't take a tech geek to operate. Don't be fooled by its 4 cylinder engine. Under the hood you'll find 211 turbocharged horses that will make you enjoy your drive to work, the beach, and just around the block. Cons: As with any foreign made performance vehicle, the upkeep is expensive. But if your buying an Audi, you can probably appreciate the necessity to use Audi experts to keep it in tip top shape. Plus, if you can afford an Audi, you can afford the maintenance. So I don't really see this a much of a Con. Overall review: If your gonna buy an Audi, be sure you take a good hard look at the different options available. Don't skimp on options if you don't have to. You'll get home and regret not spending a few more bucks to fully enjoy the potential of this car.