Audi A4 Overview
Although it's due to be replaced, the A4 sports sedan still has a solid, high-quality feel and top-grade interior appointments. Agile handling makes it fun to drive, and the firm ride is supple and controlled. The 2.0-liter, turbo four-cylinder engine is mated to an excellent eight-speed automatic. In our all-wheel-drive test car, that combination contributed to a very respectable 25-mpg overall. Front-wheel-drive versions use a CVT automatic. Tight rear seating and complex controls are demerits. The high-performance S4 sedan comes with a 333-hp, supercharged V6. A blind-spot-detection system is available for 2015. We can no longer recommend the A4 because it scored a Poor in the IIHS small-overlap crash test.
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