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Audi A4 Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Audi A4. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Audi A4.
The Audi A4 is an advanced sedan designed for performance and state-of-the-art technology. The vehicle offers an elevated driving experience with great customizations to fit your individual needs and taste. The vehicle's interior, exterior, and under the hood are engineered with great attention to detail.
Performance and HandlingDriving the Audi A4 gives you a unique, smooth, and powerful performance experience as the vehicle is powered by a 2-liter turbocharged, 4-cylinder engine, which provides accelerations of 0 to 60 miles per hour in 5.3 seconds. With 188 horsepower and 236 foot-pounds of torque, the Audi A4 can do top speeds of up to 130 miles per hour. The two-liter engine has an EPA rating of 27 MPG in city and 34 MPG in highway conditions. The 3-liter turbocharged V6 alternative has a lesser fuel economy of 21 MPG and 30 MPG in city and highway conditions, respectively.
TechnologyThe virtual cockpit offers a unique driving experience with the 12.3-inch display system offering an interface for displaying internal functions, such as the state-of-the-art navigation system. The unique 8.3-inch MMI Display and MMI Touch systems enable the driver to handwrite entries rather than pressing buttons. The Audi pre sense on the Audi A4 helps the driver avoid accidents from occurring, and it can protect you if one does happen.
Interior DesignThe Audi A4 interior sedan technology enables both the driver and passengers to get an elegant riding experience, as the car has sufficient legroom and headspace that can easily accommodate individuals of up to six feet tall with no problem. The cabin is designed with an exclusive touch of luxury without compromising on the driver's visibility. The narrow but strong roof pillars augmented by the rearview camera system enable the driver to get optimal visualization of the outside for safer driving.
DriveabilityDriving the powerful Audi A4 lets you acknowledge the vehicle's performance, though, the automatic transmission drivetrain experiences some initial delay as soon as you press the gas. This initial delay in accelerating power may be quite an inconvenience, especially if you greatly value the need for quick acceleration in traffic. In addition, the engine's stop-start system suffers a delay when pressed.
Steering ControlThe Audi A4 steering system comes in three options or settings: comfort, auto, and, dynamic. Despite the options, the steering response system is not very responsive, especially if you have previously driven other versions of the Audi A-series. The steering has some numbness to it, making you want to apply a little more force, particularly when negotiating some tight corners.
Limited Transmission DrivetrainThe Audi A4 only comes in the automatic drive transmission option. This may be somewhat of an inconvenience, especially if you appreciate the importance and benefit of driving a manual Audi. To appreciate the vehicle's power in the automatic option, you have to step up to the all-wheel-drive option for better performance in adverse conditions, such as snowy roads.
Audi A4 Reviews
4.7 OUT OF 5 (39 Reviews)