Reviews the 2013 Audi A4


Taking advantage of Audi's aptitude for creating quickness in smaller, lower-horsepower engines, the 2013 A4 shouldn't have to work so hard to keep sales pace with its better-selling German competitors. reviewer Kelsey Mays says the midsize luxury sport sedan manages hefty torque with its turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine while maintaining respectable fuel efficiency and responsive handling. Offering a reliably sophisticated, if not dynamic, interior, along with some subtle revisions to its face, the A4 is a "textbook example" of how to keep an older model fresh.

2013 Audi A4 Review


I think this car is awesome and without any doubt, the German technology produces the best cars today however and as a person that worked for a couple of years repairing cars, I have seen my share and my honest opinion is that the look of this particular car model is somewhat "boxy" and it doesn't show the same smooth lines that we are used to expect from a Audi, it may be good and reliable but certainly does not look good esthetically.

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