Audi a4 b8 s4 grill
Audi a4 b8 s4 grill new Left and right lower side fog light grilles for A4 B8.5 models (B8 facelift)
Not for S-line or S4 bumper
RS style honeycomb pattern in gloss black
Featured with chrome trim accent
Audi A4 S4 (2009 – 2015) review
The Audi S4 sits between the regular A4 models and the mighty RS4 Avant range-topper, delivering great performance while also offering vaguely real-world running costs (Audi claims nearly 35mpg average fuel economy).
However, you’ll be lucky to see that figure as the S4’s supercharged 333bhp 3.0-litre V6 petrol engine endows it with strong performance – enough for 0-62mph in around five seconds thanks to the standard seven-speed S tronic automatic gearbox (which you can control via steering wheel paddles).
Available as a saloon or an Avant estate, the four-wheel drive S4 is up against alternatives such as the BMW 335i and Vauxhall Insignia VXR in the performance stakes. As an all-rounder it’s the best and boasts levels of roominess, interior luxury and pace that the others cannot compete with.
But it doesn’t quite beat the 335i for sheer exhilaration because it can feel a little too cosy and relaxed to really set the pulse racing.
The Audi a4 b8 s4 grill priced at a whisker over £39,000, which is competitive when you consider the engineering, performance and equipment offered.
To distinguish it from regular A4 models, the S4 comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, a bodykit, matt grey grille, painted brake callipers and quad exhaust pipes, while inside are leather/Alcantara sports seats, aluminium trim and discreet ‘S’ badges on the steering wheel and instruments.
A Black Edition model is also offered, priced at £40,095. As with other Audi models, the Black Edition treatment brings 19-inch alloy wheels in a titanium grey finish, a black radiator grille, black fog light and window surrounds. Basically, anything that is bright silver on the S4 exterior is painted black.
Black Edition models also gain extra equipment including parking sensors front and rear, automatic headlights and wipers, upgraded Bang & Olufsen music system and piano black interior trim inlays.
One of the key attributes of the S4 range is the fact it is offered as a spacious estate. The Avant model boasts 490 litres of luggage space (increasing to 1,430 litres if you fold the rear seats down). Although very slightly smaller than the BMW 335i Touring, the S4 Avant remains a practical and fast family holdall. Read on for the full Audi S4 review.
Audi has a good track record in Euro NCAP crash tests, so the S4 is in safe hands. Its tamer sibling, the A4, received five stars and scored top marks for side impact protection. It’s packed with six airbags – including driver, front passenger, side body and head airbags – and also comes with front seatbelt pretensioners. Isofix child seat mounting points on the outer rear seats come as standard, while additional points in the front can be specified at no extra cost.
Though a Audi a4 b8 s4 grill little daunting at first, Audi’s sat-nav and audio system (called MMI) gets easier to use over time and is primarily controlled by a large switch wheel on the centre console – keeping the interior simple and uncluttered. The boot is roomier than those of similar high performance cars this size and the flat, wide floor means it’s easy to load.
But buyers looking for something bigger should go for the S4 Avant rather than the saloon. It’s still lightning quick but comes with the added benefit of a bigger luggage area and larger access.
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