The Audi A4 is fitted with a 2.0 litre turbo-charged 4-cylinder engine and is front-wheel driven with Audi’s Quattro-All-Wheel-Drive system, and is available in a six-speed manual transmission as well as an eight-speed automatic.
Audi’s mid-size A4 is available as a luxury sedan, a wagon (the Allroad) and the much sportier S4. The current A4 has been on the market since 2009 but a 2016-revamp helps it compete even better with the likes of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Cadillac ATS, BMW 3-Series and the Infiniti Q50.
The Audi A4 family of vehicles is more than just the A4 sedan; it also includes the hotter S4 edition; the Allroad wagon, which is spun off from the formerly available A4 Avant wagon; and the A5, S5, and RS 5 coupes and convertibles, which share some running gear. It also counts the Q5 compact crossover as a distant relative.
Comments from International Motoring Websites
1. “The Audi A4 is a small sedan tasked with being all things to all people. For those seeking luxury, it has a plush interior and a comfortable ride; for tech-focused customers, it offers the latest connectivity and safety technologies; and for enthusiasts, it boasts well-tuned steering and tight handling, though the truly performance-minded will want to check out the more powerful S4 model.” — Left Lane News
2. “Whether you’re looking for a modestly priced luxury sedan or a not-so-modestly priced performance machine, the 2016 Audi A4 and S4 sedans offer a wide range of models and pricing. Audi’s interior designs will take your breath away, as will the dizzying array of high-tech options.” — Kelley Blue Book
3. “There are plenty of choices for small luxury sedans, but the 2015 Audi A4’s sophisticated blend of attributes makes it hard to beat.” — Edmunds (2015)
4. “The seats are comfortable, the performance is exhilarating and all of the technology really does come into play and make you feel like you could drive on and on.” — Road and Track (2013)