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2021 Audi A4 Owner’s Manual

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  • Manufacturer: Audi
  • Model: A4

The A4 has long been held up as Audi’s flagship sedan car. It has undergone significant change since its first arrival on the market back in 1994. The 2021 model starts at $40,145 and continues the development of the 2020 facelifted model.

Underneath it is the MLBevo platform that is also used in the A5 and the Q7 crossover SUV.

One important thing to note is that the 2021 A4 added a 12-volt hybrid system into the mix. The hybrid addition brought an extra 13-hp to the engines. The lineup also didn’t include the FWD Ultra model, meaning that the entire 2021 range is AWD as standard.

There are six options in the range: Premium 40, Premium 45, Premium Plus 40, Premium Plus 45, Prestige 40, and Prestige 45. The top-end of the scale takes the starting MSRP up to $50,845.

Both ‘40’ and ‘45’ models have the same basic engine; a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine with the hybrid system and paired with a 7-speed automatic transmission and AWD drivetrain. The ‘40’ configuration outputs up to 201-hp, while the ‘45’ configuration gets up to 261-hp, which is a nice boost.

The facelift included a redesigned front-end with new grille, intakes and fascia design. The front end also has a slight droop compared to previous versions, which adds a sportier, more aerodynamic edge.

Inside the A4 you can expect the same refined elegance with fine, dark and metal finishes, sumptuous leather, and a 10.1-inch infotainment system compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It’s also fitted with Audi’s Virtual Cockpit and intuitive MMI infotainment system.

Rear seat passengers are especially happy with a class-leading 35.7 inches of rear legroom and 37.4 inches of headroom. The rear seats also split 40/20/40, which makes loading long and large items into the cabin an easier proposition.

EPA fuel consumption estimates give the A4 a rating of 25-mpg in the city, and 34-mpg on the highway, making it pretty competitive in the luxury executive sedan bracket.