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The Audi A4 is divided into generations:
You can find any part for these models by their OEM designation - the code assigned to the original manufacturer's part. Parts marked with this code are made according to all technical requirements and approved by the manufacturer as meeting the highest standards. You can find the code on the part itself or in a special database. If you don't know the code, just write to us and we'll send it to you soon.
The Audi A4 is a compact executive car. The first Audi A4 was introduced to the market in 1995 and was a successor to the Audi 80. Currently, the Audi A4 is in its fifth generation, has been updated 7 times, and has been in production for 27 years. The Audi A4 model still impresses buyers with its subtle design, pleasant driving experience, and reliability.
Most Audi A4 models are front-wheel drive, while some are equipped with the Quattro all-wheel drive system. This model has been produced in four different body types: sedan, estate (Avant), convertible, and crossover (Allroad quattro). However, in 2008, the production of the A4 Cabriolet was discontinued and replaced by the A5 model.
Each car's technical specifications vary depending on its body type, engine type, and modifications. The following table summarizes the technical specifications of Audi A4 models.
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Although Audi A4 is a beloved car among drivers worldwide, this model often requires repairs. A4 drivers usually go to a car service for:
Meanwhile, the most frequently replaced parts are brake pads, brake discs, oil filters, air filters, front windshield wipers, shock absorbers, fuel filters, and engine oil.
Audi A4 B5 (1995–2001)
The Audi A4 B5 followed immediately after the Audi 80, but unlike the Audi A6, it was not just a facelift of a previous version. The Audi A4 was the beginning of a new generation of Audi cars.
The Audi A4 was a solid step into the premium class car market. Drivers could choose from two body types – sedan or estate. The Audi A4 model was built on the Volkswagen B5 platform, so it had longitudinally-mounted engines and was driven by front or driver-favored "Quattro" all-wheel drive system.
With this model, the Porsche-designed Tiptronic automatic gearbox made its debut, and under the hood of the Audi A4, a wide range of engines was offered, including a powerful 1.8 L 20V engine with five valves per cylinder.
The Audi A4 B5 was the first step for Audi into the mid-size luxury car segment. The B5 model was also the quality benchmark for future models of the entire Volkswagen group of cars.
Audi A4 B6 (2001-2006)
The second generation of Audi A4, code-named B6, was introduced at the Paris Motor Show. Its updated design, engines, and larger dimensions distinguished it from its predecessor.
Already established in the premium car segment, the Audi A4 continued to pave the way. The new design, created by the designer of the Audi TT, reflected the fashion and Bauhaus style of the time, and the car resembled a hybrid of the TT and A6. The Audi A4 B6 came in three body styles - sedan, estate, and convertible. The longer wheelbase provided stability to the new model, and the updated engines provided more power.
The car's interior featured quality materials, a sleek look, and good sound quality. The Tiptronic gearbox was replaced with the new stepless automatic Multitronic. Every fourth A4 B6 model came with the fourth-generation Quattro system or front-wheel drive.
The second-generation Audi A4 B6 was a serious competitor to the BMW 3 Series and the Mercedes E-Class in its segment. The cramped rear seats were a major drawback according to some drivers.
Audi A4 B7 (2005–2009)
The third-generation Audi A4 B7 came to market with an updated platform, suspension, engines, and exterior design.
The third-generation A4 looked like a brand new car from the outside, thanks to the new trapezoidal grille, which first appeared in the A6 C6 model. Little changed inside the car, except for the new aluminum trim and improved sound system added to the dashboard. Under the hood, the engine range was significantly improved, and a new, innovative FSI injection system debuted.
Drivers could still choose between the well-known Quattro system or front-wheel drive for the A4 B7. The third-generation model was powerful, fuel-efficient, maneuverable, and well-handled.
The Audi A4 B7, further improved from its predecessor B6, delighted drivers with its comfort, good driving experience, and almost no downsides to speak of.
Audi A4 B8 (2008-2016)
Audi A4 B8, the fourth generation of the model, was a nearly brand new car compared to its predecessor. The Audi A4 introduced in 2007 was an experimental model built on a new platform.
The exterior design of the new Audi A4 differed slightly from the B7, but it was easily recognizable as an Audi A4. The wheelbase of this model was lengthened to 2.8 meters, providing more space for passengers sitting in the rear. The most important update was the relocation of the engine. The Audi A4 engine was moved to the center, providing better weight distribution between the front and rear axles and better handling characteristics.
Drivers could choose from a wide range of engines and three different transmission systems: 6-speed manual, 6-speed Tiptronic, and CVT automatic transmissions. The latter was only offered for certain engines and front-wheel-drive versions.
Audi A4 B8 was available in sedan, wagon, and crossover ("allroad quattro") body styles, and the production of A4 convertibles was discontinued in 2008 and moved to the A5 series. The B8 model was highly praised for its safety standards - NHTSA gave it the highest, 5-star safety rating for front, side, and rollover crashes.
The fifth generation Audi A4 B9 may not surprise with its exterior design, but it is larger, lighter, and highly aerodynamic.
The new Audi A4 is one of the best-selling cars in its class. With a weight reduction of 120 kg and minimal changes to the body lines, it has remarkably improved its aerodynamic capabilities. The resistance coefficient of the Audi A4 B9 has been reduced to 0.23, making it the best in the luxury compact car segment in 2016. The wagon model of this car surpasses its competitors in luggage space with a volume of 505 liters or 1510 liters when the seats are folded down.
The interior exudes luxury and modernity. The Audi A4 B9 features the intelligent "Virtual Cockpit" system in the instrument panel and a new 8.3-inch screen controlled by a touchpad on the central console.
The latest Audi A4 is an attractive, modern car that outperforms many of its competitors in several aspects. This generation of the model is an excellent update of its predecessor and a worthy investment for those who can afford it.