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2004 Audi A4 Series Near Luxury Sedan

Audi's A4 compact-class sedans emerged in 2002 with new generational designs that expanded the structure and stretches the wheelbase to forge a larger package with more cabin space for riders. Read More »

2004 Audi Allroad Series Luxury Wagon

As a bridge between a low-slung pavement cruiser and high-clearance sport-utility vehicle, the allroad quattro applies the magic of a height-adjustable suspension that moves the chassis up or down to one of four levels. Read More »

2004 Audi A8L Full-Size Luxury Sedan

Consider the new A8L flagship sedan from Audi of Germany: It's a kinetic work of automotive art, chiseled from aluminum with a space frame structure stretched to extravagant length and an elegant cabin decorated in glossy hardwoods and supple leathers and filled with limousine luxuries. Read More »

2004 Audi A8 L Luxury Full-Size Sedan

Automotive journalists have long considered the Audi A8 to be the best deal in the full-size luxury car market. The A8 bests significantly larger sellers like the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 7-Series, Jaguar XJ, Lexus LS430 and the Infiniti Q45. The 2004 Audi A8L is the company’s way of communicating to affluent consumers that the company is a First-Tier Luxury automaker and that their products belong in a consideration set containing any of the aforementioned products. Read More »

2003 Audi TT Coupe and Roadster

Audi’s compact two-door machines appear as a slinky sports coupe or daring convertible roadster with roly-poly styling and curvy skin stretched tautly over exaggerated wheels. The FWD TT 1.8T employs a 1.8-liter turbo four of long stroke design with dual overhead cams and five valves per cylinder. It’s rated at 180 hp and connects to a five-speed manual transmission or ... Read More »

2003 Audi A6 Mid-Size Sedan and Avant Wagon

The mid-size sedans and estate wagons from Audi stand in size between compact A4 and full-size A8. The series consists of three sedans and two wagons that vary through powertrains yet a unibody structure shared by all contains lightweight aluminum structural components. Base A6 3.0 sedan and A6 3.0 avant wagon use Audi’s impressive 3.0-liter V6 worth 220 hp. A ... Read More »

2003 Audi A4 Sedan and Convertible

Audi’s A4 compact-class sedans and avant wagons emerged in 2002 with new generational designs that expanded the structure and stretches the wheelbase to forge a larger package with more cabin space for riders. Entry issue in the A4 series is the 1.8T sedan with a 1.8-liter turbo plant in FrontTrak format linked to a manual five-speed gearbox. In addition, Audi ... Read More »

2003 Audi Allroad Crossover Wagon

Audi’s designers tried to blend two seemingly disparate concepts of a curve-craving sports sedan with a mud-loving sport-utility vehicle — one a sleek pavement speeder that slinks snugly against asphalt, the other a boxy off-road machine hiked high in suspension to clear rough stuff on the trail. The vehicle produced by this mix is called allroad. It’s a cool scheme ... Read More »