The Audi A4 was originally introduced in 1994 as the A4 saloon model, a 4 door passenger sedan. One year later, consumer demand and the popularity of a more cargo conscious vehicle prompted the introduction of the Audi A4 Avant and the wagon version of the popular vehicle was introduced in 1995.
With all the convenience and comfort features of the Audi A4, the Avant wagon provided more passenger space and more room for the cargo frequently transported by business travelers and younger families. The vehicle was available in either front wheel drive or four wheel drive with a variety of engine sizes. The engineering and mechanical aspects of the Avant Wagon rivaled the engineering and luxury options of more expensive and more popular German models such as the BMW and Mercedes Benz without the heartier price tag. All of the profound and more popular features of the Audi A4 sedan were also featured in the Audi A4 Avant.
Throughout the years between the introduction of the vehicle in 1995 and the 2007 model year, proficient German engineering has been the driving force of the A4, whether in sedan, wagon or convertible form. Though the sedan version appealed to those who did not need nor want additional cargo space, the Avant appealed to the growing population of young families and business people who needed the additional room but did not want to pay a high price or sacrifice comfort and luxury. Updates throughout the years for the Avant have included primarily intuitive engine and transmission upgrades and enhancements and more minor cosmetic upgrades including more user friendly interior controls and streamlining the body style and adding some well positioned chrome accents to give the Avant wagon more of the appearance of a sports vehicle than the typical functionality based family station wagon.
All things considered, the Audi Avant A4 Wagon has continued to be one of the most mechanically reliable vehicles in its class while also being very popular with consumers as a visually appealing compact luxury car with obtainable purpose.
2012 Audi A4 Wagon
The Audi A4 Wagon has made a remarkable comeback with not much change from its old, 2006 model. The changes made for the A4 Wagon are to standardize its features to make it competitive in the market. Audi also offers several upgrades on this year’s model. .
The 2012 A4 Wagon is basically an entry-level type of luxury car that comes with a single-engine option: a four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbocharged engine. This makes the A4 Wagon quite an option of oddity, knowing that there are other competitors in the market for entry-level cars that have engines that come in a six-cylinder form. However, the A4 Wagon proves that its four-cylinder engine is competitive enough being that it can catch up with the speed and fuel efficiency that six-cylinder engine equipped cars can provide. The handling of this car is remarkable and it maintains equilibrium with its combination of sportiness and comfort.
The strongest aspect of the A4 Wagon is actually its cabin, which is built for comfort and luxury. Audi made sure that the best materials are used to give its artistic and lavishly contemporary interior look. more
2010 Audi A4 Wagon
A contemporary wagon, the 2010 Audi A4 Avant provides plenty of ground clearance and agility. It features the Audi-exclusive Allroad Quattro all wheel drive system, allowing you easily climb over slippery rocks, off-road boulders, steep inclines and more without worry of ripping your oil pan off or scratching up the bumpers.
2009 Audi A4 Wagon
The 2009 Audi A4 Avant Wagon is Audi's upscale midsize station wagon. Competitors include the BMW 3-Series Sports Wagon, Volkswagen Passat Wagon, Saab 9-3 SportCombi, Volvo V70 and Subaru Outback .
2008 Audi A4 Avant Wagon
Packed with practical features and luxury touches, the 2008 Audi A4 Avant Wagon is powered by a 2.0L 200hp 4-cylinder engine which develops 207 ft-lb of torque @ 1800 RPM.
2007 Audi A4 Avant Wagon
The 2007 A4 3.2 Avant Wagon is a 5-passenger compact wagon that, over the years has emerged as a popular crossover type vehicle. Sporting two trim levels and engines, the 2.0T Avant Quattro, 3.2 Avant Quattro are both 4-wheel drive, one housing a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, and the other a 3.2-liter V6.