Audi a4 b8 automatic shift knob
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Audi A4 2008-2014 review
There is still only one winner in the battle for supremacy in the compact premium saloon class and that’s BMW, whose 3 Series outsells Audi’s A4 and the Mercedes-Benz’s C-Class. But the A4 has gradually made up ground on the 3 Series, and Audi believes this version codenamed B8, is good enough to take another bite out of BMW’s lead.
These include adjustable settings for steering, throttle and suspension, lane assistance, a blind spot monitor, comfort-cooled front seats, active steering, Bang and Olufsen sound systems and three-zone climate control, as well as other Audi perennials such as quattro all-wheel drive.
This A4 saloon and estate models are also bigger, roomier, more aerodynamic and cleaner.
The Audi a4 b8 automatic shift knob engine range’s centre of gravity is the 2.0-litre TDI, nowadays with common-rail injection instead of the VW Group’s old pumpe düse system, plus balancer shafts. It comes in several guises ranging from 134bhp up to 175. There are 1.8 and 2.0-litre TFSI petrol units, with 168 or 208bhp or, shorn of a turbo (but not the ‘T’), 118bhp for the entry 1.8. The feisty 3.0-litre V6 for the S4 makes 328bhp, while 3.0-litre diesel V6s produce either 201 or 237bhp.
Higher-spec engines either can or must be had with quattro four-wheel drive, while Multitronic CVT/eight-speed autos go with lower-power diesels of either capacity. Otherwise it’s dual-clutchers or six-speed manuals.
Audi A4 2008-2014 design & styling
Virtually every component in the A4 is new apart from the engines, although passers-by might struggle to notice this given the generic nature of mainstream Audis’ styling.
If you look solely at its silhouette and proportion, you can trace this car’s look directly to the ‘aerodynamic’ Audi 80 of 1986. Such evolutionary styling, and a mechanical confection whose advances in large part lie on the option list, leave this Audi feeling slightly less novel than an all-new platform implies it might.
That said, it seems many buyers like the Audi look of one basic design in different sizes. It also has the back-handed advantage that an A4 won’t date too quickly.
The Audi a4 b8 automatic shift knob seems to get more attractive which each generation, as the current generation testifies. It has a shorter front overhang than before, allowing Audi to extend the wheelbase without significant impact on the overall dimensions.
The positioning of the differential and the clutch (or torque converter) has been swapped around, allowing the front axle to be moved forwards so the engine can sit further behind the front wheels.
Audi A4 2008-2014 interior
High standards are expected of Audi here, and in many areas the A4 delivers with its substantial, soft-feel, matt-plastic textures, brightwork flourishes and an aura of precision assembly. More than that, this is a roomy interior for a premium compact saloon; there is adequate leg and headroom in the rear and a generous boot that’s extendable via split folding rear seats.
But there are disappointments. The new dashboard design, which gently angles the instrument pack and centre console around the driver, looks curiously dated, and the mock aluminium finisher in certain models fails to butt up snugly at its meeting point with main fascia moulding. Centre-console storage is not ideal either, because the narrow slot to the left of the cupholders is too narrow to properly accommodate a phone, and the console itself is wide enough to rob space for the left leg.
But the cabin’s most serious failing is a corollary of the A4’s conversion to right-hand drive. The transmission tunnel’s bulk forces the pedals too far to the right, skewing the driver’s lower body slightly, and uncomfortably, to the offside. Packaging errors like this should not be present in a car of this calibre, particularly when so many right-hand drive A4s are sold globally. Some testers also found the seat cushion’s angle too horizontal, an issue that its manual height adjustment cannot counter.
Oddments storage is good, though, with four generous door bins, a big glovebox, a console cubby, cup-holders all round, netted seat backs and some excellent shopping bag hooks in the self-opening boot, although the optional lidded cubbies under the front seats are near useless.
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