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What Car?’s A4 deals
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Introduction

What Car? says...

We were so impressed with the current Audi A4 when it was first launched that we voted it our Car of the Year – and it's no mean feat to take that prestigious crown.

Remaining at the top of the executive car class is an even greater challenge, and Audi knows not to rest on its laurels. That's because the A4 is in one of the longest running rivalries in the car world, constantly fighting against the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes C-Class for the top podium spot.

FAQs

  • Not especially. Petrol-powered A4s came 14th in the executive car class of our 2022 What Car? Reliability Survey. Diesel versions did worse, coming sixth from bottom.

  • No, but the German manufacturer does have a range of electric cars and electric SUVs including the Audi Q4 e-tron and the Audi Q8 e-tron.

  • The 35 TDI diesel engine strikes the best balance between performance and efficiency, officially averaging more than 55mpg. Pairing it with Technik trim helps to keep costs down and gets you 17in alloy wheels plus comfort-orientated suspension, making it one of the plushest-riding executive cars available.

  • Technik trim is the entry point in the line-up, but still comes with lots of standard kit, including front and rear climate control and cruise control. Upgrading to S line trim adds sportier styling, with restyled bumpers, leather seats and 19in alloy wheels, as well as firmer suspension.

  • The A4 earned the maximum five-star safety rating when it was tested by the independent safety experts at Euro NCAP in 2015 but that rating has now expired. All versions have automatic emergency braking as standard.

  • It's a good size by executive car standards, with a capacity of 460 litres. We managed to fit in seven carry-on suitcases without folding down the rear seats (which split 40/20/40).

At a glance
New car deals
Save up to £3,199
Target Price from £32,212
Save up to £3,199
or from £384pm
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Leasing deals
From £352pm
RRP price range £34,565 - £59,830
Number of trims (see all)7
Number of engines (see all)5
Available fuel types (which is best for you?)petrol, diesel
MPG range across all versions 39.8 - 58.9
Available doors options 4
Warranty 3 years / 60000 miles
Company car tax at 20% (min/max) £2,155 / £4,353
Company car tax at 40% (min/max) £4,311 / £8,707
Available colours