Thanks Audi for letting me test drive this 2019 Audi A4. As Audi reports, it’s one of the brand’s bestselling models, the A4 model line is including the A4 sedan with two transmission options. Those are the FWD S tronic and quattro® S tronic.
The vehicle driven was the A4 S4 with more standard technology then before. As well, it’s got an updated design and package options for the 2019 model year. Of course this version has both Sport and AWD modes for testing. As well, the exterior enhancements for the A4 sedan quattro® includes new standard front and rear S line bumpers.
More interestingly both A4 sedans receive a new rear exhaust system with trapezoidal exhaust pipes. The A4 allroad receives Audi MMI Navigation plus with MMI® touch standard at the Premium Plus trim.
Furthermore, there are additional tech updates on the A4 sedan and A4 allroad. They include two USB charge ports for the rear seat passengers. In addition an Audi phone box with wireless charging. That didn’t work on my phone FYI. Most interestingly was a signal booster standard for Premium Plus.
Also included were those enhanced packages. It included an updated Sport package available for the A4 sedan. So this now includes aluminum ellipse inlays. The available updated Convenience package for all A4 models now includes Audi side assist and Audi pre sense rear.
For the first time on the 2019 model year, the S4 is available at the Premium trim level and includes sport suspension. Also those S model exterior elements, such as 18-inch 5-double-spoke-star design wheels. Also comes with summer tires and diamond stitched S sport seats. All with power side bolsters and massage function.
Vehicle Test Driven: Audi A4 Sedan
AWD: Quattro – check!
Most importantly it’s Handling: Like Rails
Most noteworthy for Green Living Guy is the MPG: 34 best MPG
So What’s wrong? Plugin said what?! LOL GIVE IT THE E-TRON
“The versatility and competency of the A4 is unshakable, and combined with unwavering interior material quality, the A4 remains an outstanding luxury car,” said Cars.com editors.