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2014 Audi S4 Review
As you might imagine this sedan is a performance-enhanced version of the brand’s A4 model, an impressive car on its own that I was surprisingly effusive about in a review that posted not long ago. It wowed me with its refined interior, beautiful body work and precision construction. The car’s downsides were few and centered on steering feel and tepid acceleration. With a list of virtues like this it’s easy to understand why the 2014 audi s4 grill is the best-selling nameplate in Audi’s lineup.
But the S4 builds on this solid foundation and offers drivers more of everything, more power, more grip and lots more smiles. Accordingly it’s designed to compete with other fun-focused sedans like the BMW 335i, Infiniti Q50 and Cadillac ATS.
The S4’s list of standard features is long and appealing. It includes things like xenon headlamps, keyless entry with push-button start, three-zone automatic climate control a flotilla of airbags and much more.
The car rides on stylish 18-inch wheels wrapped in summer rubber, not all-season, all-suck tires, though if you opt for the $1,300 Black Optic package, a feature our test car was equipped with, you get 19s as well as various gloss black exterior trimmings.
The S4 features essentially the same great cabin found in the more mass-market A4. This means you’re treated to the same high-quality materials, the same faultless fit and finish and the same MMI infotainment system, which is pretty easy to get the hang of.
The 2014 audi s4 grill meaty, flat-bottom steering wheel is easier to grab than a fistful of cashews. The front seats are adjustable in a dozen different directions and trimmed is supple Nappa leather. They’re also nicely bolstered to keep you from flopping around during aggressive maneuvers.
Unfortunately the back seats are less hospitable. They’re a little tight on legroom and the middle spot is essentially useless because of a gigantic hump in the floor, likely a design trade off because of the all-wheel-drive system.
One interesting feature is the S4’s push-button start. You can keep the key in your pocket and use the console-mounted switch to ignite and kill the engine. But if you prefer you can also stick the fob directly into a slot on the dashboard to start and stop the vehicle. Different strokes for different folks and it’s kind of cool that Audi gives you that option.
At a time when most automakers are running to downsized, turbocharged engines as a solution to delivering adequate driving performance with improved fuel economy Audi has taken a slightly different approach with the S4.
Instead of using an exhaust gas-powered torque-multiplier the car’s 3.0-liter V6 features a belt-driven supercharger. This configuration may not be quite as efficient but it has its own benefits. Mechanical blowers kick in at low engine speed giving you lots of torque just off idle.
Sure, the previous-generation S4 was powered by a lusty 4.2-liter V8 engine that made wonderful noises and ample power but this force-fed six is pretty wonderful in its own right and it’s kind or retro. If you remember back about a decade and a half the car featured a twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V6.
Anyway, today’s S4 has tons of torque and pulls strongly throughout the rev-range. Maxed out it delivers 333 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. But perhaps best of all Audi’s 3.0-liter V6 is silky smooth; scarcely any vibration can be felt, even through the shifter.
If anything the engine is too quiet. You really can’t hear the supercharger as it goes about its business. A little whine would be greatly appreciated, because the nasty noises a mechanical blower makes trump the whooshing and hissing of a turbo any day.
Two transmissions are available; there’s a standard six-speed manual and an available seven-gear S tronic automatic. But truth be told, the former option is the one you want. Audi’s stick is simply a work of genius. The shifter is light through the gears and slicker than a bucket of greased marbles; its precision is unmatched ensuring you never miss a shift.
Overall the S4 weighs less than 3,900 pounds with the stick shift, slightly more with the automatic. Manual-equipped S4s may have a mass advantage but cars equipped with a self-shifting transmission are more fuel efficient. With a six-speed the S4 stickers at 17 miles per gallon city and 26 on the interstate. Combined it should average 20 MPG. The automatic ought to hit 18 in urban conditions and 28 on the highway; these scores result in an average of 21 MPG.
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