Audi A4 variants
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Total cash price £27,299. Borrowing £21,839 with a £5,460 deposit at a representative APR of 9.9%.

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Audi A4 Avant FAQs

There aren't any widespread reports of issues with either the Audi A4 saloon or the A4 Avant. That said, Audi along with its natural rivals BMW and Mercedes, usually record mid-table results in reliability surveys. This mostly reflects the fact that, as premium cars, these models include a lot more features than cheaper cars, meaning there are more things that could potentially go wrong.

For ultimate peace of mind, you can purchase an extended warranty for your A4 Avant. This will protect you against the costs of any unexpected mechanical or electrical failures, and starts once the manufacturer's factory coverage expires.

Audi A4 Avant cars have 505 litres of cargo space with the rear seats in place and 1,510 litres with the rear seats folded. That means they'll easily swallow a family's holiday luggage and would make a good dog-wagon for most small-to-medium sized pooches.

Not all A4 Avant models come with a 4x4 or all-wheel drive setup, but some versions towards the top of the lineup include it. Look for cars with 'quattro' as this is Audi's brand name for its grippy four-wheel-drive system.

quattro also comes as standard on the high-performance Audi S4 Avant and RS4 Avant to help them put their enormous horsepower figures to the ground.

The majority of regular A4s are front-wheel drive, however, and this should provide more than enough all-season grip for the majority of drivers. You can also swap to a set of winter tyres in colder months, which is much more affordable than shopping around for a four-wheel-drive A4 Avant.

The most obvious rivals to the A4 estate are the BMW 3 Series Touring estate and the Mercedes C-Class estate. Compared to the A4, the BMW is slightly firmer and sportier, while the Mercedes is a little softer, with the Audi picking a point somewhere between the two.

You might also cross-shop it against cars like the Volkswagen Passat Estate and Skoda Superb Estate – both of which trump the trio above for rear-passenger space, but miss out on some of the Audi's poshest bells and whistles.