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2004 Audi TT Series Sports Coupe

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. Read More »

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 A8 Large Luxury Sedan

Full-size flagship sedans from Audi revolve around a unibody structure derived from aluminum in a complex system designed to increase rigidity and pare weight. Add sheets of aluminum for roof, side panels, hood and trunk, and the resultant car in sedan shape weighs about 40 percent less than a steel-based equivalent, but it’s also 40 percent more stiff and rigid, ... 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 »