One of the manufacturer’s longest-running models, Audi unveiled a new B9 model of the Audi S4 in 2015, due to go on sale in late 2017. This new version of the luxury/sports sedan promises to have the most state-of-the-art engineering and to be the most powerful version of the car to date.
Audi S4 2018 Price
Audi S4 Specification
The new Audi S4 is available in both saloon and avant models. In both, the new 3.0 liter v6 engine will provide it with plenty of power. With 354bhp at its disposal, the car can reach 0-60 in a purported time of 4.4 seconds.
|Car Type & Class:|| Entry-level luxury car; Sports sedan
|Body style:||4-door sedan|
|Rank in Luxury Small Cars:||4|
|Number Of Passengers:||5|
|Engine Type:||six cylinder, valvelift system, DOHC, direct intercooler|
|Transmission:||eight-speed tiptronic® automatic transmission and quattro|
|Cargo volume:||13.0 cu ft|
|Warranty||4 Years / 50,000 Miles|
|Maintenance||12 Months/ 10,000 Miles|
Audi S4 Exterior
The S4’s styling is in the middle of Audi’s sports and executive models. The result, though, isn’t wholly successful. It’s far from the worst looking car in the world, but it doesn’t look like it knows what it wants to be. The S4 looks best from the front, where Audi’s unmistakable design is most prominent, and better in darker colors. A range of extras and additions can be fitted to suit each user, from roof rails and tow bars to heat insulation.
Audi S4 Interior
Unfortunately, the inside of the S4 is small on space. The large centre console, while providing easy access for both driver and passenger, does give a cramped feeling to the interior. While comfort has been skimped on, the raised pedals and long gear stick on the driver’s side give off the impression of a racing car. The S4 is low on tech, but offers plenty of interior style that can be customized.
Fuel and Mileage
|EPA Fuel Economy Estimated - Highway||30 MPG|
|Fuel Economy Estimated - City||21 MPG|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||58 liters (15.3 gal)|