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The Audi A4 was launched in the mid-90s and ever since, it has been one of the top cars on the market. It has a luxury feel that offers its owners a sense of pride. Twenty years ago, the Audi saw a big slump in sales, but after the A4 was created, the company was revived enough to get back into the industry. This all-wheel-drive vehicle is perfect for driving in hazardous sleet, snow and rain. High-quality materials are used in this sedan along with comfortable seating. Many people find this car option to be ideal for road trips and joyriding. It is definitely one of the favorites among car buyers today. Owning your Audi A4 means properly maintaining and repairing your car as needed. Only use quality parts for you car and you will get quality results. Stick to this philosophy and you’ll use your car for years to come.


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The Audi A4 was introduced in 1994 as an entry-level luxury sedan. Eventually, the German automaker added a station wagon as well as a convertible model. The series is still in production as of the 2017 model year.

The first Audi A4 came on to the North American market in November 1995. It shared a platform with the Volkswagen Passat, with a front-mounted longitudinal engine. The base model had front-wheel drive, but an all-wheel drive version (the "quattro") as also available. Initially, the only engine available for the North American market was a 2.8 190-horsepower liter V6. This was coupled to a "tiptronic" automatic transmission that allowed the driver more direct control over gear selection.

In terms of sales, sticker price and market share, the Audi A4 is situated between the BMW 3 series and the Mercedes C-Class. Earlier models featured a plethora of high-tech gadgetry, but since then, it has fallen a bit behind its German competitors. Nonetheless, it's still a favorite among consumers in the market for a compact luxury vehicle. With a base price of just under $36,000, it represents a respectable deal for its class. In 2016, the Audi A4 was recognized by U.S. News & World Report as "Best Upscale Small Car for the Money" and "Best Upscale Small Car for Families." One criticism of the Audi A4 is its lack of a USB port, which is featured on virtually all competing models, although adapters are available.

The exterior design is not a head-turner; this is not a vehicle that necessarily stands out in a crowd. However, it has earned high marks for its attractive and comfortable interior. The most recent model features a turbocharged, 252 horsepower inline-four mated to a seven-speed automatic with front wheel drive. This makes for a zippy vehicle, capable of going from zero to sixty in just over 5 seconds. Mileage figures are respectable as well; the Audi A4 pulls 31 miles per gallon on the highway and 24 in city driving. Options include the "Quattro" all-wheel drive system and a seven-speed automatic transmission.

Even vehicles featuring legendary German engineering are not without their problems, and the Audi A4 is no exception. One of the most common complaints, primarily on 2009 and 2011 models, is excessive oil usage, starting at around 52,000 miles. More seriously, some Audi models - particularly the 2002 and 2006 models - have had complete engine failure before the odometer hits 100,000 miles. In September 2007, some Audi A4s were the subject of a recall by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for a faulty fuel pump. Because of a change in some of the electrical components, the fuel pump could fail completely, leaving motorists stranded. Another more serious problem came to light recently involving air bag inflators that were prone to rupture.

While these are listed in the Audi A4 parts catalogue, they are not always components that can be installed without access to professional shop facilities. On the other hand, for the majority of Audis that are trouble free and require only routine maintenance, Audi A4 auto parts can be readily obtained at sources such as PartsGeek.com, which offers discounts on a range of Audi A4 performance parts as well.



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