2012 AUDI A4
Great car! Gets 4 out of 5 stars for only having Bluetooth for phone calls and not for Bluetooth audio streaming. Otherwise a 100% hit.
2006 AUDI A4
I like the look of the 2006 A4 convertible and this car looked like it was well taken care of in the winter. Fun car to drive in the summer. The car fax gave me some confidence that the car was in good repair without any accidents.
by Robert Reihe
2006 AUDI A4
Always wanted an Audi. Finally found one that was affordable for me and my needs. I use it to commute to work. The car is amazing in the handling and overall driving experience. The most fun of it is putting in sport mode while getting on the freeway to really feel what a well build German car can do. Probably will now and forever own an Audi.
2008 AUDI A4
Although I have only owned the car for a short time, I am very happy with all of the features it offers. In addition, the gas milage has been great ( 31+ on the highway) and the ride is very smooth.
1999 AUDI A4
Parts are inexpensive for a German car, and the engine is extremely reliable at least in the V-6 version. Being a 99, it has some things that most today would call anachronistic.things like a full-size ashtray, for instance. It also doesn't have tons of cupholders and stuff. The interior, however, is very well-made and easy to ride. The stereo system sounds great, but is pretty poor as far as features and expandability goes. Common issues with high mileage cars are a control arm bushing's and a poor control arms. Pretty easy thing to fix, but if the problem is they are you will hear a sort of pirate ship creaking sound.parts can be had for about 200 bucks to fix the problem on the front desk with all new equipment.The replacement job it is within the means of anyone with mild mechanical skill and a way to lift the car up a bit. Alternately, if the car isn't driving poorly or swerving around, you can just ignore it and pretend that you own a pirate ship.
Used Audi A4 Information
The sophisticated design and reliable German engineering of the Audi A4 has been receiving praise since this sedan launched in the 1995 model year. While the Audi A4 is technically a four-door sedan in the traditional sense, as a luxury model it does not compete with mainstream midsize cars like the Toyota Camry, Ford Taurus or Honda Accord. In terms of competition, the A4 aligns more with the entry-level luxury vehicles produced by companies like Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, Cadillac and BMW. The Audi A4 is a luxury you can afford, with most used A4 models available at prices less than $30,000.
The A4 has been offered in several varieties since it was introduced for 1995, with sedan, convertible and wagon body styles all being offered at one time or another. The current generation was introduced for the 2009 model year and is only available as a traditional sedan; the related Audi A5 represents coupe and convertible choices in the Audi lineup that are based on a similar platform.
Since the 2014 model year, the Audi A4 has come with a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 220 horsepower. Models built before 2014 offer slightly less output, with 211 horsepower. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) and front-wheel drive are standard on the base model, though Audi's Quattro all-wheel drive system is a common option that can be paired with a six-speed manual transmission or an eight-speed automatic.
Common standard features on used A4 models include a sunroof, Bluetooth, leather upholstery and a power-adjustable driver's seat. An extensive list of options is available, including navigation, front and rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, blind spot monitoring and a Bang and Olufsen audio system.
If you'd prefer a wagon, Audi also offers the Allroad, which has a slightly tougher look and boasts permanent all-wheel drive, as well as unique body cladding and more ground clearance. If you need to carry more cargo, the Allroad may be your best bet as its wagon body style provides significantly more cargo space than the A4 sedan, especially when the rear seats are folded down.
Performance and comfort are a given across for the Audi A4 sedan. The only ding the A4 receives in terms of safety is for front small overlap crash testing from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), where it has consistently received a poor rating. Otherwise, the A4 excels in the area of safety, especially for models that were built starting with the 2007 model year.
The newest Audi A4 models come equipped with top-of-the-line technology like Audi Lane Assist, which warns you if you drift off course, and Audi Side Assist, which alerts you to vehicles or objects in your blind spot. This car is made for the business professional who likes to zig and zag to work in style, or for a small family that wants to make a statement whenever they travel.