2009 Audi A4 Review

2009 Audi A4 Review




2009 Audi A4 Review

2009 Audi A4 Review




2009 Audi A4 Review

2009 Audi A4 Review




2009 Audi A4 Review

2009 Audi A4 Review Of the three German entry-level luxury sedans, the Audi A4 may be the least well-known. It’s always held outsider status when stacked up against the BMW 3-Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class that so many lust after. But for 2009, Audi has brought us an entirely new A4 that, in many ways, may be a better choice for many buyers. It's the largest sedan we classify as midsize - intruding on its larger A6 cousin now - but don't let that fool you. On the track, it still offers handling close to what is usually found only on dedicated sports cars. The A4 is available with Audi's famous Quattro All-Wheel-Drive system (which, Audi says, more than 80% of buyers will opt for), which alters the handling equation significantly. The only comparable car at this price point, then, is the Acura TL SH-AWD, with its new AWD system that varies the speed of the wheels to help point the car into turns.



2009 Audi A4 Review

2009 Audi A4 Review But Audi goes a step further with its new driver-adjustable suspension - something pioneered by Ferrari and usually found only on the most expensive cars in the world. This allows drivers to select performance modes for the car -- giving buyers access to a fuel-efficient commuter when they want it, and an asphalt-rippling sport sedan when the opportunity presents itself. While some competitors now offer similar systems, reviewers often cite Audi's as the best. Audi is also known for some of the finest interiors in the business, and the new A4 doesn't disappoint inside.



2009 Audi A4 Review

2009 Audi A4 Review It still trails its German peers when it comes to pure power. The A4 won't win a drag race against a 3 Series or a C Class. The top of the upscale midsize class is crowded with excellent cars, but buyers would be foolish not to give this one a look. The 2009 A4 comes as a sedan, an Avant wagon, or a convertible in 2.0 or 3.2 trim. We review the wagon separately. Buyers should note that the 2009 A4 Cabriolet convertible has not been redesigned, and is the same as the 2008 model.








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