Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
Getting in and out of the front seats is easy because the Audi A4 has wide door apertures and low sills. Once inside, you’ll find plenty of head, leg and elbow room, so you're unlikely to feel cramped unless you’re remarkably tall. Only the humungous cars in the class, such as the Skoda Superb, feel decidedly bigger.
You get plenty of interior storage, too, including a tray under the adjustable armrest, two cupholders in front of the gear lever, and sizeable door bins with recesses big enough to hold a 1.0-litre bottle of water.
Seat folding and flexibility
Like most of its rivals, the Audi A4 comes with split-folding rear seats as standard, but, unlike many of those cars, its rear seats are divided into convenient 40/20/40 sections, as opposed to the more common 60/40 arrangement. It means you can fold the middle backrest to load long items while still carrying two passengers easily.
The front passenger seat is height adjustable and comes with four-way adjustable lumbar support as standard on all trims.