The Audi A4 was the most affordable sedan in India by the German manufacturer for long, until the A3 was launched a few years back. It is also among the most stylish vehicles in its segment where it rivals the likes of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, BMW 3-Series, and the Jaguar XE among others. Buying a new Audi A4 can set you back by around 50 lakhs or even more depending on the variant you go for. But what if we tell you that a decent example of the Audi A4 can be had yours for less than the price of a top-end Maruti Suzuki Swift. Well, that’s exactly the case with the white Audi A4 featured below which is up for sale at just Rs. 6.95 lakhs.
It is a 2010 model Audi A4 and is available in Mumbai. Going by the images here, the exteiros of this luxurious sedan seem to be in a decent condition, if not immaculate. It has been maintained in stock condition with the factory fitted alloys among other elements retained till date. As for the variant, it is the 1.8 TFSI Multitronic variant that was on sale from 2008 to 2013. It is powered by a 1.8-litre petrol engine that comes mated to a 6-speed Multitronic transmission. This generation of the A4 had a pretty modern design compared to its predecessors and that’s the reason why it looks quite relevant even today, unlike some of its rivals from that time.
Talking about the engine on this sedan, the car is powered by a 1798cc, Inline 4, DOHC turbo petrol engine that churns out 161 Bhp of power along with 250 Nm of torque. The 6-speed auto box mated to this engine sends power to all four wheels. This makes this car pretty enjoyable to drive but that doesn’t mean that is an enthusiast’s delight. Nonetheless, it will easily suffice to your day to day city and highway runs without a hiccup. According to the seller, this Audi A4 has covered a total distance of around 77,000 km but the number of owners it has been with has not been specified.
Coming to the interiors, the car gets all beige interiors with a lot of features built-in. However, the interiors seem to have a bit of work done on them before we can call it good. That said, they aren’t badly maintained but compared to the exteriors, the interiors do need a bit of work, especially the steering wheel which seems to have worn off. Other features in the cabin include a sunroof, cruise control, rear AC vents, beige leather seats, infotainment system, wooden and inserts on the dashboard among others.