Features, pricing, and specifications for the Audi A4-Series sedan, Avant wagon, and Cabriolet convertible. The A4 line was created to replace the Audi 80.
Audi is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Volkswagen specializing in the production of sporty sedans, wagons, and convertibles. Audi features All-wheel drive, which is standard on wagons, 3.2 sedans, and S4s, and is available instead of front-wheel drive on the 2.0 T sedans and the V6 A4 convertibles. Audi is currently the only car manufacturer that produces 100% galvanized vehicles to prevent corrosion, and all Audi vehicles come equipped with top of the line technology. One of Audi's most important lines is the A4, which was first released in 1995 and was designed replace the Audi 80. Today, the line includes a sedan, a wagon, and a convertible.
With the release of the new M3 BMW in 2005, Audi gave the A-series a complete new look and a new engine range. All new A4 sedans and wagons come with the choice of a 170-horsepower turbocharged inline, or a 220-horsepower V6. The Cabriolet comes with a 174 break horsepower V6.
This year's A4 sedan has a premium look and a sportier feel than its predecessor, possibly due to the larger and sportier midrange engine. The new A4 sedan features the company's new single-frame grille; other improvements include a more friendly nose, a new set of headlights, and a redesigned rear end. On the interior, the 2005 A4 sedan has new door sill trims with aluminum inserts and several aluminum inlays.
A4 Avant Wagon
The 2005 A4 Avant Wagon is luxurious, sporty, and can stand up nicely against the elements. The Avant is classy for a wagon; it has well-constructed interiors and sharp handling. Furthermore, all A4 sedans and Avants are equipped with bi-xenon headlamps and a new satellite/navigation/AM and FM radio antenna. Wagons have 27.8 cubic feet of luggage capacity with rear seats up and 60.6 with seats folded down.
A4 Cabriolet Convertible
The 2005 Cabriolet isn't as cute as Audi's TT model, but it is much more sharply styled; The Cabriolet features glass headlights, and a dual exhaust. Overall, the Cabriolet's prominent aluminum accents and sleeker profile give the convertible an edge that the previous Cabriolet lacked. Satellite radio (Sirius or XM) is now optional on the A4 Cabriolet, but OnStar is no longer available.
The Audi A4 sedan begins at $28,150, while the A4 Avant wagon begins at $29,150, and the Audi A4 Cabriolet Convertible starts at $35,750.
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