2017 Audi A4 Review

2017 Audi A4 Review Overall Rating: The A4 embodies all the things we like about Audi: solid overall performance, modern day style, state-of-the-art technologies, and sumptuous comfort. This newest version, all new for 2017, is a competitive entry-luxury sedan that properly toes the line among sportiness and luxury. The exterior is understated-some could possibly say too much so-but it slips with the wind with nary a whisper transmitted for the interior. A potent turbocharged engine invigorates the driving knowledge, when a broad array of tech possibilities adds cutting-edge sophistication.

What’s New for 2017 2017 Audi A4 

2017 Audi A4 Review

The A4 is redesigned for 2017 and hence rides on the new chassis, attributes an updated turbocharged inline-four engine, and integrates all sorts of new attributes. A fuel-economy-focused model on the two.0-liter turbocharged inline four, often known as the Ultra, joins the lineup.

Trims and Options We’d Pick

Audi presents a six-speed guide transmission on all A4 two.0T models outfitted with Quattro all-wheel drive; that is what we’d choose for its increased driver engagement (#savethemanuals). Conventional capabilities include things like:

• A 180-watt 10-speaker audio program which has a single CD player
• seven.0-inch center infotainment show with voice control
• Apple CarPlay and Android Car
• Bluetooth streaming audio and voice command 
• Sliding/tilting sunroof
• Remote keyless entry

We’d also pony up $3800 for the mid-level Premium Plus trim, which adds an extended checklist of welcome niceties which includes heated front seats, push-button start off, along with a 755-watt 19-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system with SiriusXM satellite radio. Choosing the Premium Plus trim allows you to select the Engineering package ($3250), which includes the 12.3-inch Virtual Cockpit display along with an 8.3-inch center infotainment show, navigation, and rear cross-traffic assist.

On the Premium trim, the better-looking 18-inch wheels yield an $800 surcharge over the common 17-inch wheel option, so we appreciate that they come typical on the Premium Plus and Prestige. We didn’t test the 19-inch wheels that are available with a Sport package, but going to that size could possibly compromise the car’s smooth ride quality.

Our well-equipped A4 stickers at a steep $47,400 but includes an impressive amount of tech. If you’re averse to shifting for yourself, the seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission is actually a no-cost option. Unfortunately, Audi does charge $575 for any paint color other than white or black.

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