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2006 Audi A4 Mid-Size Sedan

Audi scores again with its 2006 A4. With a spacious, luxuriously-appointed interior, sophisticated exterior lines, and a host of safety features, the A4 far exceeds its brother vehicle, the Volkswagen Passat "” and every other car in its class. Read More »

2006 Audi A4 Compact Near-Luxury Sports Sedan

While many of today's cars look like they were inspired in one way or another by designers smoking a joint, the A4 actually has an elegant, intelligent, sophisticated look. Audi has long been known for making some of the best interiors money can buy, and the trend continues in the A4. Every little piece feels like it was cut from stone with a laser beam, then precisely fitted into place in the cabin and secured with industrial-grade screws. It's marvelous. Read More »

2006 Audi TT Compact Sports Car

Audi's compact two-door machines appear as a slinky sports coupe or daring convertible roadster with curvy skin stretched tautly over exaggerated wheels. The cockpit for all TT models is a creative exercise of form following function with a silvery metallic theme. Read More »

2006 Audi A6 Mid-Size Luxury Sedan

Middle-size sedans from Audi were revamped in 2005 with larger dimensions for the structure and sensuous shapes on the sheetmetal. For 2006, the series gains a new five-door wagon model -- A6 Avant 3.2 Tiptronic Quattro -- plus the A6 3.2 CVT FrontTrak sedan. Read More »

2006 Audi A4 Compact Luxury Sedan, Wagon and Cabriolet

Compact cars from Audi emerge in new format for 2006 as sleek four-door sedans and five-door wagons (called Avant) or drop-top variations (Cabriolet) with FrontTrak front-wheel-drive (FWD) traction or Quattro all-wheel-drive (AWD) system. Also, souped-up sports performance models derived from A4 Quattro wear the badge of S4. Read More »