2017 Audi A4 Changes, Specs and Price
2017 Audi A4 Changes and Price – The sport-sedan niche is packed with great cars. It’s not simply a three-series game any more, not with the Cadillac ATS, the Mercy C-Class, and the Q50 grabbing plenty of laurels of their own. The entire class oozes credibility, even before the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Jaguar XE have experienced time to call and make an impact.
Count number the Audi A4, available in a dizzying blend of Premium, Premium As well as, and Prestige trim levels, in with this gifted crew. In the earlier two decades, the 2017 Audi A4 has taken Audi’s reputation for taut styling and good road manners, and elevated it with tons and lots of technology.
2017 Audi A4 Design and Performance
The Audi A4 isn’t adventurous outside, but inside, the virtual habitacle vaults it into the future. It wears an aero-smooth body that won’t venture too far from the outline that Audi’s applied considering that the 2017 Audi A4 was new in 1996, but the details have recently been progressively crisped up and refactored. The new billet grille has a more geometrically pleasing look, the front side end a much more athletic posture, the rear a far more distinct wedge.
Interior, the 2017 Audi A4 wraps tomorrow’s technology into a cabin that’s spartan in the most nice way. The strong side to side theme of the dashboard harks back to the Audi 4000s of the ’80s, from the lean strip of vents that bisects the cabin to the toggle-switch controls that govern the climate control. The subdued cockpit makes the Audi A4’s digital shows stand out in even higher contrast: of all models, a wide, high resolution display switches dynamically from navigation to instrumentation while a middle panel employs duplicates and augments that information. It’s Boeing-grade extrémité, drilled into the popular sport sedan realm.
Audi’s clarified the 2017 A4 selection over time, until the new car only offers one engine available in two states of melody. With its turbo inline-four and choice between MT & dual-clutch transmissions, the Audi A4’s powertrain makes sense for the road in advance.
The late introduction 2017 Audi A4 Ultra serves as the entry level, efficiency-oriented model, offering only one setup and two trim levels: 190 horsepower, the dual-clutch automatic transmission, and front-wheel drive.
A lot more mainstream, and higher priced, 2017 A4 boasts 252 HP, but it offers either the 7-speed dual-clutch or a 6-speed MT (manual) and a choice of front- or all-wheel drive. Is actually smooth and strong, with 0 – 60 mph times well below 6.0 seconds, and an excellent, raspy four-cylinder engine note to its credit. Shifts are mostly nice and clean, and the occasional low-speed hitch is a good reminder that Audi’s slushy Cadillac CVTs of earlier times are thankfully history.
Exceptional straight-line performance by the 2017 Audi A4 still nets gas efficiency of up to 37 mpg highway and the Audi A4 makes big advances in ride and handling, thanks to a rigid new body structure and its first-ever adaptive shock absorber. Its five-link suspension has been redesigned, its electric power steering re-geared, and its brakes re-sorted to achieve the 2017 A4 road manners that can come close as can be to the outgoing Audi S4.