Audi: S4 S4 on 2040-cars
Frackville, Pennsylvania, United States
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Up for sale is my 2014 Audi S4.This car has been meticulously maintained by myself as well as its previous owner. Always garage kept. The car has a perfect car fax and low miles. The car has had its paint professionally sealed and windows tinted with a high quality UV resistant tint. Just installed $1500. worth of brand new Michelin Pilot sports, as well as full alignment. The body is in perfect condition with zero door dings or any other type of issue. The paint is absolutely beautiful and has had the luxury of zero winters or winter weather driving since day one. Zero salt or road junk during this cars life. Vehicle is optioned with the very best options:-Black optics package-Sunroof, Nav, Heated seats-Back Up Camera-Spare Tire (this is an option and not standard)-Rain sense wipers-19 rotor wheels-Sports differential -S-Tronic 7 speed gearbox -Optional Glacier White. (I get compliments all over the place on this color)-3G Enabled-LoJack Best looking options for an S4 bar none! Also has the suede insert seats, as well as the upgrades that came with the 2014 S4, like the flat bottom steering wheel, and standard travel computer. Vehicle has back up camera, Nav, as well as optional Bang & Olufsen stereo. Music in this car sounds like your in a concert hall. Car is mechanically perfect and has zero issues. Vehicle literally drives as new, not a squeak, creak or rattle. Car is covered by full maintenance included factory warranty until July 2017. Has never had pets in it or children or baby-seats strapped into the back seats. No stains, rips, interior is absolutely perfect. If youve been looking for the right S4 you have found it. It has the best options, stands out from other S4s and looks absolutely fantastic. Reason for selling is I have too many cars and a company car. Car has never been tracked or abused, and always babied. Open to reasonable offers, no trades.
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Auto blogMon, 27 Jan 2014
With Super Bowl Sunday less than a week away, this week is going to be dominated by anything and everything football related. That includes advertising and the auto industry, as some of the biggest players prepare to launch multi-million-dollar spots hawking their latest and greatest products.
A veteran of Super Bowl ads, Audi's history has been rather checkered, ranging from controversial to funny to Jason Statham. We aren't entirely sure where to place this year's ad. The German brand has released a pair of teaser videos on the so-called Doberhuahua, a crossbreed of a Doberman Pinscher and a Chihuahua. Now, we have the full spot.
We get the message Audi is going for - compromise is bad - but delivering it via a slobbery, mutant dog strikes us as trying a bit too hard to be funny. Take a look below and let us know what you think of the Audi's Doberhuahua spot. And of course, you'll be able to see the new ad come Sunday, when it airs during the Super Bowl.
Audi has taken the somewhat unusual step of unveiling much of the interior of its upcoming TT Coupe at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. That's unusual, because they haven't shown us the car yet. Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised - with the proliferation of technology in automobiles these days, it's probably time we start considering them as much electronic devices as transportation devices.
While Audi has long been recognized as a leader in interior design, this new TT features an instrument cluster that is wildly different from what we've become accustomed to from the Four-Ring brand. Audi is calling its fully digital system a "virtual cockpit," and with its 12.3-inch LCD screen situated directly in front of the driver, it does away with the company's traditional Multi-Media Interface (MMI) display in the center stack. Two modes are offered, one classic option with large gauges and another more oriented to infotainment.
Besides electronics, the actual hard parts of the interior also show plenty of new thinking. With the removal of the central screen, Audi has been able to streamline its instrument panel to resemble a wing of sorts, with jet-like HVAC vents that house their own controls. Two more points for controls are presented to the driver, with buttons on the flat-bottom steering wheel and another set on the center tunnel.
I officially gave up after 758 miles. The 15 or so miles leading up to this decision were spent in the right lane of Southern California's I-8 freeway, hazard lights blinking, climbing uphill at just over 40 miles per hour. After two days of sweating to the oldies (okay, a mix of SiriusXM Classic Rewind and First Wave), I had covered those 758 miles in a 2015 Audi A3 TDI on one tank of diesel fuel. And when I say sweating, I mean it quite literally. In order to maximize fuel efficiency, my co-driver and I kept the air conditioning off, even when the direct sunlight in the California desert had outside temperatures hovering around 90 degrees. I had been doing this hypermiling exercise for two days, the car was getting stinky, and I was ready to hear the sweet "thhhhhhhwack" of satisfaction that would finally come from peeling my sweat-soaked self off the A3's leather seat. Sexy, I know.
Audi had challenged me to drive 834 miles from Albuquerque, NM to San Diego, CA, on just one 13.2-gallon tank of diesel fuel. If you believe the EPA's highway fuel economy rating of 43 miles per gallon, this means I should have sputtered to a stop after 568 miles. But I went a grand total of 758 - that's 59.4 mpg - and I could have kept going. In fact, two teams made it the full 834 miles on their one allotted tank of fuel. That's over 63 mpg. That's twenty miles per gallon better than EPA estimates.
The TDI Challenge took me through three states over the course of two days, and the 834-mile journey wasn't just a simple highway cruise. I negotiated uphill climbs, long series of involving switchbacks through the mountains and elevations that ranged from 220 feet below sea level to nearly 8,000 feet above. I learned that super-crazy-efficient driving like this an incredibly challenging game that takes serious skill. But I also learned that if you're going to attempt to stomp all over the EPA's numbers, the Audi A3 TDI is one heck of a car for the journey.