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Used Audi A4 buying guide 2008-2015 (Mk4)
Audi a4 b8 front lip model line-up has exploded to cover almost every niche in recent years, but the A4 has been a key player ever since it established itself as a rival to the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes C-Class in 1994.
With an all-new A4 launched in 2015, its predecessor has become a compelling used car, available in a wide range of body styles, with varied enough engines and trims to suit almost anyone, thanks to its popularity while on sale.
Audi’s evolutionary approach to design has paid off here, with the 2008 Audi A4 still looking sharp and contemporary to this day. This is the case inside as well, where the use of excellent materials and a conservative theme means it has aged well. Most versions come with plenty of equipment, the interior is spacious in the front and back seats, while both the saloon and Avant estate models have a large boot.
Often referred to by those in the know as the ‘B8’ model, the fourth-generation Audi A4 arrived in UK showrooms in spring 2008. Initially it was available with 1.8-litre TFSI or 3.2-litre V6 petrol engines, along with popular 2.0, 2.7 and 3.0-litre diesels.
The Avant estate version followed shortly afterwards in summer 2008, along with the introduction of a 2.0-litre TFSI petrol engine and an entry-level 120bhp 2.0-litre TDI diesel. Audi’s famous quattro four-wheel-drive system was offered for all but the new diesel and 1.8-litre petrol.
An Audi a4 b8 front lip version of the A4 Avant arrived in May 2009, with raised suspension and standard four-wheel drive to provide mild off-roading abilities. It was offered with Audi’s 2.0-litre petrol or diesel engines, along with the 3.0-litre TDI. Meanwhile, the regular A4 saw the introduction of an economy-focused 134bhp 2.0-litre diesel in October 2009.
In January of 2012, a facelift of the A4 brought a raft of updates including new exterior colours and tweaks to the styling. A stop-start system was fitted to reduce fuel consumption, and the steering and suspension were modified.
Which is the best Audi A4 Mk4 model for me?
None of the Audi A4 engines are bad performers. Apart from the 3.2-litre V6, which is thirsty but very quick, all of the TFSI petrol engines are punchy and relatively economical. The frugality champion, though, is definitely the 2.0-litre TDI diesel, which is the most widely available A4 you’ll find. Its performance is good, too, but can’t hold a candle to the very fast 3.0-litre TDI.
The gearboxes are all very good in operation, but the automatic transmissions can be unreliable and are costly to replace. Climate control, remote-control central locking and electric windows all round can all be found on every model, though the A4 was offered with a very long options list, so the actual equipment fitted can vary dramatically between cars.
The majority of A4s are diesels, with TDI cars accounting for around six out of every seven cars. Due to their economy and suitability for fast motorway driving, there are many high-mileage cars out there – a 150,000-mile A4 can be a lot less expensive than low-mileage cars but be sure that the car has a good maintenance record.
The Audi a4 b8 front lip cheapest cars will be either 09-plate 1.8-litre TFSI petrol SE cars, or a 58-plate SE with the 2.0-litre TDI diesel engine. The bigger diesel engines are worth a little more – the same money for a 2.7-litre TDI SE is likely to buy a 57-plate, while a 58-plate A4 3.0-litre TDI quattro SE is a few thousand more.
Avant estate cars are worth more, and the quattro system generally carries a premium, while automatic cars also tend to be worth more than their manual equivalents.
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