2008 Audi S4 on 2040-cars
Richardsville, Virginia, United States
Selling my very rare (1 of 72 Avants with a manual transmission for the year, according to Audi) 2008 S4 Avant 6MT. The car currently sits at 122,000 miles and overall is a very clean example, which is getting harder and harder to find. This combined with the Dolphin Grey exterior and black interior makes it in my opinion the white whale of the B7 S4 Avants. I would rate the interior a 9/10, it has a little bit of seat wear typical of any car with 122,000 miles, but nothing excessive and no tearing. The exterior is also an easy 9/10, in spite of the small imperfections, as the overall condition of the paint is excellent. I just had the interior professionally detailed and conditioned the leather to preserve the wonderful leather Recaros. There is a small crack in the carbon trim above the glove box—I will update with a photo soon.This car has always been adult owned and driven: I am the third owner. I purchased it in 2013 from Audi of Warwick in Rhode Island as a certified pre-owned vehicle. I have full service records from the first owner, a doctor who had all his work done at the same dealership. After that an enthusiast who owned a small performance shop in Rhode Island owned the car. He added the exhaust and coil overs. I have had all service done at TyrolSport in New York City and have all records. The car comes equipped with: - Audi Navigation System - 18inch Double Spoke Rims - Bose Premium Sound with Auto pilot - Homelink - Auto Dimming Interior Mirror WIth Compass - Auto Dimming Exterior Mirrors - Memory for Driver Side Seat Adjustment - Memory For Outside Mirrors - Rain and Light Sensor - Adaptive Front Lighting - All books, and as earlier described partial records. Please feel free to email me with any questions.
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Auto blogFri, 08 Nov 2013
Every year Evo stages its Car of the Year test, bringing the best performance cars in the world to one location for an epic shootout. This year the magazine pitted eight CotY finalists against each other on Route Napoleon in Southern France - Evo claims it's the "best road in the world" - and then proceeded to nitpick the smallest of faults on each car until the winner could be named. You see, this year's lineup of machines was just so good that only one car obviously wasn't CotY material from the get-go. Can you guess which one judging from the list below?
- Aston Martin V12 Vantage S
- Audi R8 V10 Plus
About a month after Volkswagen celebrated building its 30-millionth example of the Golf, Audi has announced that it has produced three million versions of its small hatchback, the closely related Audi A3. Probably more surprising than the fact that the A3 has moved in such big numbers since its global debut in 1996 is the fact that it has done so with relatively little support in the US, seeing marginal sales in the States since 2005.
The three-millionth A3 was a Sportback TDI model, but the lineup has grown this year to include a new sedan and S3 model, and the hybrid A3 E-tron is on the way. With these new models - especially the sedan in the US - we expect the A3 to continue to be a popular entrant in the premium small segment. Scroll down for Audi's official press release.
If we're being honest, the outgoing Audi A3 Cabriolet never really flicked our Bic. That was just fine, of course, because Audi never brought it to North America. This new model, however, might have a different future.
And while Audi has yet to officially decide on this car's North American future, this Frankfurt Motor Show debut clearly has a better sense of proportion and aggression to it, and we're excited about its powertrain solutions, too. For the European market, Audi is promising TFSI gasoline engines in either 1.4- or 1.8-liters, along with a 2.0-liter TDI diesel, all being available in front- and all-wheel drive. Audi has also confirmed its first-ever S3 Quattro Cabriolet, which figures to combine a quick 18-second top drop and its hard-hatted sibling's even quicker 296-hp 2.0-liter turbo.
Even though Audi has been better about bringing its high-performance models to North America and has a new emphasis on growing its A3 business in our territories (including a US-minded sedan bodystyle), we would still be a bit surprised to see an S3 Cabriolet popping its entry-level top in dealers in a couple years' time. Having said that, we do think this A3 Cabriolet is almost a lock. Be sure to take a good, long look at our gallery, video and the official press release below.