The Audi A4 Is Efficient Than Ever Before
The Audi A4 is a great all round vehicle and it has been given a facelift. The mid life refresh include revised styling front and rear bumpers and lights. The interior has been improved and fitted with more equipment. At first sight you don’t feel a different but when driving on the motorway one can see the more chiseled front end and redesigned headlights. The new engine for Audi A4 is more efficient. Audi has always been concerned with providing more efficient engines and it has always developed strong engines on paper at least.
The latest new engine for Audi A4; the 136bhp 2.0 litre TDIe is expected to be the biggest seller in the UK. It has CO2 emissions of 112g/km. Audi’s stop/start technology helps it to save fuel by 11 per cent on average. An electromechanical steering system has been deployed across the range and it benefits the fuel economy and reduces CO2 emissions by up to 7g/km. Audi has also tried to rival BMW’s Eco Pro mode by fitting its own Drive Select System. This system sets the throttle actuation, the air conditioning and power steering in such a way that it consumes minimal power.
In total you can rearrange the new engine for Audi A4 in 23 different ways along with the transmission. The new engine for Audi A4 is refined and smooth. It gives a comfortable ride. The six-speed gear box is very slick and pickup is without delay in every gear. Cars like Audi A4 spend most of their time on the motorway and at 70mph the engine spins at just under 2,000 rpm. On urban road the front wheel drive chassis is smooth and capable without being particularly inspiring but keen drivers will favour the rear wheel drive BMW.
The new steering set-up is agile but slightly lifeless in feel, and although you can alter its weighting to Comfort or Dynamic modes, none quite matches the BMW. However, Audi leads the way in interior quality. The Audi A4 will cost around £26,555 and has top speed of 128mph. It goes from 0-60mph in 9.2seconds and the combined fuel economy is 65.7mpg. On the whole, the A4 has a quiet cabin with wind and suspension noise being at their minimal level. The engines are quiet too but the 1.8 petrol makes a gruffly noise when worked hard. The ride in the Audi A4 is so smooth that we can consider it as its Achilles Heel.
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