What's the used Audi A4 sports like?
After five years on sale, the Audi A4 cabriolet was given a comprehensive update in 2005.
Audi's convertibles have always possessed an understated elegance, and the A4 Cabrio is no different. Unlike the pre-facelift car, though, it had the large front grille found on modern Audis, meaning it looks a lot more contemporary.
The A4 is one of the most refined convertibles available, with little wind-, road- or engine noise (with the roof up). There's decent space in the front for passengers, and all but the very tallest should be comfortable in the back. The boot is small, however, and there's a general shortage of storage space throughout the cabin.
There's decent grip with both front- and four-wheel-drive models, and the steering is informative. The ride is on the firm side, though.