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Audi’s 2015 A4 family of sedans has a big wingspan, embracing everything from four-cylinder CVTs to the S4’s supercharged six-cylinder and all-wheel drive. It doesn’t change much this year, meaning you still can take your pick from its tasteful palette of exterior and interior trims, high-tech features, and from mild to intense driving flavors.
The A4 comes with a single engine these days. The 220-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder responds with zest once it cuts through some initial turbo lag. It’s teamed with one of three transmissions. Front-drive cars get a continuously variable transmission, and good gas mileage, but CVTs aren’t known for quick responses. All-wheel drive is an option.
2015 Audi A4 Price
Pricing for the new 2015 Audi A4 has been set at $34,723 – $48,460 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 Audi A4 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2015 Audi A4 Interior
For best value in the A4 range, the Premium plus package adds three-zone climate control, Bluetooth, heated seats, a trip computer, garage door opener, rain/light sensors, and an auto-dimming mirror among other extras. Navigation is optional, bundled in a package with the rearview camera, HD Radio, and Audi Connect (more on that below). An available Sport package brings bolstered sport seats with lumbar adjustment, a three-spoke steering wheel with sport paddles, and a sport suspension.
The Prestige package upgrades the A4 further, including the MMI with navigation system, a Bang & Olufsen audio system, and blind-spot monitors. The Sport package is also available on Prestige models, as is the S line package, which includes a sport suspension, 19-inch wheels, upgraded exterior body elements, and Alcantara seats. The Prestige trim is the only A4 to offer the Driver Assist package and its adaptive cruise control system, with variable-ratio dynamic steering and Drive Select.
Of special note on the 2015 Audi A4 and S4’s feature sheet is the navigation system. In addition to the upgraded MMI interface, the display itself is impressive. Exceptionally crisp images on a large screen offer access to Google Earth and Street View functions, easily making it a must-have add-on. The MMI with navigation also includes a 40 GB hard drive, a DVD player, and two SD card readers.
2015 Audi A4 Exterior
The 2015 Audi A4’s interior is dominated by a deep, dark dash brightened and warmed somewhat by wood or metal trim. There’s more plastic than in previous Audis, but the overall effect is still a handsome, well-finished cabin. Our favorite details include the thick steering wheel, brushed aluminum or wood trims, and the starter button, which looks and feels more substantial than that found in rivals from BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
In 2013, a larger LCD screen in the dash-mounted MMI system brought more colorful renderings and quicker processors, giving the Audi A4 one of the sharpest screens in any luxury compact sedan.
Up front, the A4’s deep corporate grille is nestled in chamfered corners, flanked by headlamps with LED daytime running lights. The headlamps themselves are sleeker than in early models, and fog lamps mounted low across the spoiler give a solid, muscular feel. It’s a sharp car with an aggressive stance yet relaxed profile, attractive from any angle.
The A4 handles well with its basic suspension and steering, with a slightly firm ride and decent electric power steering feel. A sport package stiffens things up considerably, with summer tires, 18-inch wheels, and sport shocks. Buyers can also choose dynamic steering and Drive Select, which adds variable settings for the suspension, steering, throttle and transmission. In our experience, the stock setup is more pleasant and more predictable, even on the S4, which gets a sport suspension and bigger wheels and tires standard, for awesome road-holding and grip.
In the past, the A4 has scored well in safety tests, but the IIHS has taken it down a notch in its newest crash test. Audi still doesn’t make a rearview camera standard, but one is available, as are blind-spot monitors, and adaptive cruise control that can bring the car to a full stop if it senses obstacles at up to 19 mph.
2015 Audi A4 Engine
The 2015 Audi A4 goes mechanically unchanged for the new model year. The base model feels a little underwhelming compared to its competitors, but the supercharged S4 remains a joy to drive.
For the sport enthusiast, the Audi S4 is the choice pick. The S4’s engine is upgraded to a supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 with direct injection, rated at 333 horsepower. The extra oomph gets the S4 to 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds and on to an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph. Throttle response is crisp and quick, particularly when paired with the quick-shifting available seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. A manual transmission is also available. The S4’s exhaust note isn’t as sweet as the previous-generation’s V-8 engine, but it’s a marked upgrade from the four-cylinder in the base version.
The S4 is quattro-only. The powerplant is a 3.0-liter supercharged V-6, with 333 horsepower and a 0-60 mph time of about 4.9 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph. It delivers loads of torque almost evenly up the rev band, with a somewhat snarling soundtrack to match an otherwise smooth personality, and it’s hooked up to either a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch transmission with paddle shifters. It’s nearly, but not quite, as fast as a BMW M3 or a Benz C63. And surprisingly, gas mileage is rather good for such a high-performance car—up to 18 mpg city, 28 highway.