2007 Audi A4New Audi Fan - Las Vegas, NV06/15/2009
Okay, so this review may be a bit biased. I've had my Audi A4 for a few months now and the smile has yet to leave my face. I truly love this car. That being said, let me get all of the negatives out of the way now.
The center console compartment has a less than durable latch on it. The material that coats the plastic wears off and the latch is easily broken.
The plastic cover for the front dome interior lights doesn't fit tight enough and rattles. A small amount of insulation or a small piece of silicone could fix that problem.
Two ashtrays? Not exactly necessary.
Space to the right of the gas pedal is small and this makes it feel a little cramped against my right leg.
Acceleration from a dead stop suffers from a huge amount of lag.
Low-speed driving is jerky. The transmission seems to shift oddly.
And now the positives:
Sport-mode is fantastic! Drop the shifter into 'S' and hit the pedal. Then try to stop smiling.
Overall performance is great. This car is very fun to drive and very hard to drive conservatively. The handling is something to be appreciated. Get this car over 90mph and feel how connected the steering feels.
Interior finish is extraordinary. The quality of everything from the doors to the tactile feedback of the buttons on the cd player remind you that thought went into all aspects of this vehicle. I especially like the thumb scroll buttons on the steering wheel.
I don't need to say it, but I will. The style and general design of this car is breathtaking. The lines are subtle, refined, and just plain stunning. An understated strength and aggressive stance make this car look powerful and elegant without having to resort to ostentatious features.
To sum up, there are some extremely minor negative issues which are far outweighed by the vast number of positives for the A4. I never cared this much about a car before and I couldn't be happier. This purchase was a great decision and I am sure I will be buying Audi from here on out.
2010 Audi A4Alex - Bethesda, MD01/02/2012
Great car! Handles very, very well with all wheel drive. Don't let the 4cyl engine fool you about lack of acceleration. When turbo kicks in, this car has tons of acceleration. Very smooth drive with lots of comfort details and more than enough space.
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2006 Audi A4kdane3 - Fullerton Ca03/30/2007
This is a great car! It is comfortable and roomy but sporty at the same time. There aren't very many on the road so it definitly gets people's attention. I usually like to get a new car every few years. I think I will be sticking with the one for a long, long time.
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