2014 Audi A4Colleen L - Bonita Springs, FL03/17/2017
It's a great car, just missing a few of today's nest features in cars....no ability to play my phone through the radio and no back up camera
Audi A4 Convert
2009 Audi A4NotMyNewCar - Southern California10/23/2011
Stunner on the road, but underpowered as a machine. In city/hwy mix, haven't gotten more than 21mpg, around 20 mostly, on premium gas. Convert has limited head room, and despite many seat settings, none seem all that comfortable. Back seat is unusable, even for kids. Real lack of interior storage space. Uses oil as if it is leaking out, ("usual, with turbos", what?!). Carry two quarts in my trunk. This car is on lease, around $600 a month, with additional mileage. I am looking forward to returning it and pocketing the difference in the cost of my next car. Most cars start out as "my new car", become "my car" after the bloom is off the rose and finally becomes "my *** car". I am at that stage now, after 30 months of leasing. This car is like the experience of being married to a beautiful but contentious spouse. Performance ultimately undermines appearance.
Fun car to drive!
2013 Audi A4Claudia Vazquez - Ontario, CA01/07/2016
Even with the Turbo, this car is fuel efficient and fun to drive. I'm an Audi fan for life!
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