2008 Audi A4Road Warrior - Charlottesvillve, VA09/26/2012
You can't not like driving an Audi. But, you must be prepared for an expensive car. I don't get nearly the gas mileage I was promised. And though recommended that I could use low-grade gas, there is a noticeable difference, so I bumped back to mid-grade. The combination of those two things is quite expensive for someone who drives decent mileage.
Driving is comfortable and appearance is wonderful, but expect to need oil more often than your standard 3,000 oil change. You will probably have to add a pint every 1,500. As a heads up, you're looking for 10W-40 oil.
Bottom line, if you have the money, it's definitely worth it. But, if you're looking for economical, not the car for you. The price tag is only the beginning.
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.
Best value in a wagon, too bad They don't make them in the US anymore.
2010 Audi A4Ray - San Diego, CA01/17/2015
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.
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