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 if you don't mind visiting the mechanic
2009 Audi A3Aaron C - Nashville, TN04/25/2017
This car should have a lemon warning. I got my car at 69k miles and have had it for less than a year. In that time my remote key fob stopped unlocking and locking both driver side doors. Check engine light has come on twice. I have an oil leak. The rear passenger window doesn't roll down. Oh, I had the water pump go out too. That repair was $1400 dollars. The door locks will be about $350 a piece if I do it myself. Do your self a favor and get a Honda or an Acura if you need luxury.
From A4 to S4 Performance, Power and style
2013 Audi S4Dave Romeu - POMONA, NY04/18/2017
Drove an A4 for about several years and never thought I would own an S4, was looking for a Allroad to replace my A4 Avant and my salesperson showed me a S4 that was just traded in. The price was a little below national average and in good condition. There was some cosmetic blemishes all over the car that I found as I washed it but over all its an amazing car. Not super crazy about the MPG's and its a little tight in the cabin but its all about the sharp steering, feeling the engine torque pull you into the seat as you run thru the 7 speed DSG. Not sorry about choosing automatic vs manual transmission either, the sport mode knows when to shift based upon what the driver is doing and if you know what your doing, its a rush to drive.
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