Used Audi A4 Cars

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The Audi A4 has given the BMW 3-series a tough fight since the first generation arrived in the mid-1990s, and it remains a great choice to this day. Design and technology is key to this mid-sized exec’s appeal, with the A4 wrapped in a body like an elegantly tailored suit, blessed with an interior like a particularly stylish bank vault, and loaded with state-of-the-art tech that includes touchscreen infotainment and the ground-breaking Audi Virtual Cockpit.

The A4 can be as sensible as you like, with frugal 2.0-litre engines and dog/bike/shopping friendly estate body styles, but step up to the high-performance S4 and RS4 models and you’ve got an understated yet purposeful high-performance car to give the supercar establishment nightmares, never mind the BMW M3!

Read on for more help and advice when buying a used Audi A4 from Motorpoint.

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What engine is in an Audi A4?

For used A4s produced earlier in the 2016-on model’s life, there’s a choice of either 1.4 or 2.0 TFSI petrol engines, or 2.0 or 3.0 V6 TDI engines.

More recently Audi has adjusted the A4’s engine line-up and changed its naming logic to move away from engine capacities (presumably because of the increasing number of electric models with no engines at all). All A4 engines now have a 2.0-litre capacity, with the petrols available as 35, 40 or 45 TFSI models that offer increased performance with every step up the range, while diesels are badged 30, 35 or 40 TDI.

Front-wheel drive or quattro all-wheel drive is offered, and there’s a choice of six-speed manual or S tronic automatic gearboxes.

Things hot up significantly with the S4, which gets a 3.0-litre V6 engine – pre-2019 examples use a petrol unit, with the most up-to-date versions switching to a high-performance version of the venerable diesel. The RS4, meanwhile, uses a punchy 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 engine for ultimate performance. Both benefit from the S-tronic gearbox and quattro all-wheel drive.

What body styles are available on used Audi A4 cars?

The Audi A4 is available as both a four-door saloon and five-door estate known as the Avant. There’s also an Allroad version of the estate, which gets a raised ride height, chunkier body cladding and quattro all-wheel drive as standard – it’s a great choice if you want a more versatile estate car but don’t want a full-blown SUV. If you’re wondering where the coupe and convertible A4 models went, they’re now badged A5.

What are the different Audi A4 trim levels?

The most recent A4s are offered in five trim levels. Entry-level Technik offers smart 17-inch alloys and LED lights, while Sport Edition stretches to 18-inch alloys, the black styling pack and privacy glass, plus front sports seats upholstered in twin leather. Avant versions also offer a power tailgate and electrically retracting luggage cover. S line adds extra sportiness with 19-inch alloys, LED headlights and more muscular body styling, while Black Edition adds darker trim for a more menacing appearance. Vorsprung tops the range, and gets toys including the Bang & Olufsen 3D sound system, 19-inch alloys, sunroof, Matrix LED lights, adaptive sports suspension and much more besides.

Earlier examples are slightly different, if still largely comparable. The SE has 17-inch alloys, xenon headlights and cruise control, while Sport adds cloth sports seats, and the S line stands out with its 18-inch alloys, sports suspension lowered by 20mm, and sport seats with a tempting mix of Sprint cloth and leather trim.

S4 and RS4 models are high-performance trims in their own right, and the spec reflects that with more aggressive body styling, a sportier interior and uprated handling and braking to match the huge power boost.

Are Audi A4s fitted with good technology?

The most up-to-date A4 models offer the fantastic MMI Navigation Plus infotainment system with a touchscreen interface and Audi Virtual Cockpit across the range (the latter is Audi-speak for a digital instrument cluster), and a rear parking camera. Driver-assist feature as standard across the range include pre-sense city, cruise control, and a parking assistance pack that helps prevent those annoying/embarrassing car park prangs courtesy of beeps and a graphic on the touchscreen.

Earlier models are slightly different because they were offered with the 7.0-inch MMI screen (you control it via a rotary dial, not a touchscreen), while MMI navigation was introduced from Sport spec.

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