2003 Audi A4 Reviews, Specs and Prices – Audi goes for its A4 to be the benchmark for games cars. The A4 may well be THE benchmark if not for the presence of the BMW 3 Series. Regardless of the huge shadow cast by back wheel-drive BMW, the Audi A4 is an incredible games car and absolutely a pioneer among front-drive cars. The A4 is verifiably a standard against which don vehicles can be measured, and that fits the meaning of a benchmark.
A4 conveys fresh dealing with, a firm ride, and a very much controlled suspension that makes for an exact, astounding driving background. A4 feels like it’s on rails around quick sweepers, particularly when furnished with the Quattro all-wheel-drive framework. The 3.0 V6 motor is magnificently smooth and very solid, while the turbocharged 1.8T conveys spry execution when matched with the manual gearbox. A large group of dynamic security highlights helps keep drivers out and about. A4’s delightfully completed inside radiates quality and ergonomic brilliance.
A4 was totally upgraded for 2002 and presented with another 3.0-liter V6. Another model, the 2003 A4 Cabriolet, cuts best down motoring to the line, and Avant (wagon) models have joined the new era. Minor inside overhauls are accessible for 2003.
2003 Audi A4 comes in three body styles: four-entryway car, two-entryway convertible, and Avant wagon. Two motors are accessible: A4 1.8T models are fueled by a 1.8-liter turbocharged four-chamber motor; A4 3.0 models get another 3.0-liter V6.
Four transmissions are accessible: five and six-speed manuals, a five-speed programmed with Tiptronic, and Audi’s Multitronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). A4 models are the accessible FrontTrak front-wheel drive or Quattro all-wheel drive. Quattro is a standout amongst the most complex all-wheel-drive frameworks going, and one of Audi’s most famous choices.
2003 Audi A4 1.8T car ($24,950) comes standard with material upholstery, a five-speed manual gearbox, and FronTrak. Different models incorporate A4 1.8T FronTrak CVT ($26,100); 1.8T Quattro five-speed manual ($26,700); and 1.8T Quattro Tiptronic ($27,850).
2003 Audi A4 3.0 cars accompany calfskin upholstery. Models incorporate A4 3.0 FronTrak CVT ($31,590); A4 3.0 Quattro six-speed manual ($32,290); and 3.0 Quattro Tiptronic ($33,340).
Avant models (wagons) are like the previously mentioned cars and retail for about $1000 more. All Avants accompany Quattro.
Cabriolet is accessible at first as a 3.0 FronTrak CVT ($41,500), yet a 1.8T form will likewise be accessible. Cabriolets don’t offer Quattro.
All 2003 Audi A4 models are very much prepared. They accompany a full compliment of energy comforts, including power up/auto down for all windows (with squeeze insurance). Standard hardware incorporates double zone atmosphere control with charcoal filtration, covered fog light washers and a 150-watt, 10-speaker stereo with a six-CD in-dash changer.
Wellbeing highlights that come standard incorporate electronically monitored slowing mechanisms, electronic security program (ESP), double front airbags that convey at various rates relying upon the seriousness of a crash, front side-affect airbags, blind style head assurance airbags on each side of the lodge, three-point safety belts at all five areas with pretensions, constrain limiters in front. Raise side-affect airbags are discretionary.
Alternatives for 2003: Premium Package ($2000 for 1.8T) incorporates calfskin seating surfaces, power driver’s seat with lumbar, glass sunroof, and HomeLink remote transmitter. A Sports Package ($1000 for 1.8T; $750 for 3.0) incorporates a games suspension and 17-inch wheels. Audi’s GPS route framework ($1,350) is accessible for A4 3.0 models.