For The Audi A4 2.0 TDI quattro 177 S line is so smooth and powerful that it makes the heavier V6 engine seem rather pointless.
Against It costs a lot more than the other 2.0-litre diesel engines in the A4 range, all of which are up to the job.
The Audi A4 2.0 TDI quattro 177 S line is a lovely car if you can afford it, with strong performance and good refinement. You get those attributes from all the 2.0-litre diesels, though, all of which cost less.
You can expect a four-figure discount on an Audi A4, but even so residual values are among the strongest in the class, especially on the smaller-engined diesel models.
Audi is rightly renowned for its diesel models, and these are certainly the best engines in the range. However, do your sums carefully before buying one, as you’ll need to do a high annual mileage to recoup their higher (than the equivalent petrol models’) list prices through the lower fuel bills.
Similarly, we don’t think it’s worth paying for the most expensive models, unless you need their four-wheel drive, as they have the least impressive fuel economy and the lowest residuals.
Another reviewer has pretty much nailed specifics about this car which I agree completely with so I won't repeat. As far as the diesel A4 range goes…
Despite warnings that it is not as good as a BMW or even a Mondeo to handle, it goes where you point the wheel with no fuss and is fun when hacking…
I have run this as a company car for the last six months or so. It is a decent comapetent car which goes and handles resonably well, particularly if…
I have had the A4 for just over 26 months now and it is an excellent car. It was my first foray into premium brands having owned mainstream cars…
The Audi A4 2.0 TDIe 136 SE is arguably the most attractive A4 for business users, thanks its good package of price and equipment, topped off with low CO2 emissions.