What Audi A4 2006 Has To Offer

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What the Audi A4 2006 Has To Offer

In 2006, an entirely redesigned model of Audi A4 saloon was introduced, followed by the estate and the cabriolet. This year, Audi offered a few new engines for the A4, equipped with the manual six speed gearboxes. Audi made two significant changes, firstly, the front wheel drive saloons were fitted with continuously variable transmission (CVT) and secondly, the sports version the S-line was updated.  The Audi A4 has always been a fun to drive car ever since its launch. It’s now brilliantly styled with clear glass head lamps, dual exhaust and higher waist line.

The upgraded A4 boasted a completely reworked front suspension with some components borrowed from Audi S4 and A6. In general, the 2006 Audi A4 is one superb car to drive and the interior is unquestionably, the most thriving in its class. It is one of the safest car to drive, it has been fitted with a terrific set of four wheel anti-lock disk brakes, brake assist, electronic brake-force distribution and stability control. It also contains side airbags for the passengers and the driver. The Audi A4 engines come in both petrol and diesel variants. The Audi A4 petrol engines include a 102hp 1.6-litre generating 148Nm torque with 185g/km of CO2 emissions. The stationary to 62mph time is 12.6 seconds. Then it’s a 163hp 1.8-litre T, generating 225Nm of torque with CO2 emissions of 197g/km.

The 0-62mph sprint takes 8.6 seconds at 28.7mpg. Then there is a 130hp 2.0-litre engine that generates 195Nm of torque with CO2 emissions of 192g/km. The sprint to 62mph takes 9.9 seconds with fuel economy of 29.4mpg. Then there is a 200hp 2.0-litre TFSI unit generating 280Nm torque with CO2 emissions of 185g/km. The sprint to 62mph takes 7.3 seconds and does 30.5mpg. The last one is the 256hp 3.2-litre V6 FSI, producing a torque of 330Nm with the fuel economy of 22.2mpg. It takes 6.4 seconds to reach 62mph: the emissions are 226g/km. The Audi A4 diesel engine range includes a 1.9-litre TDI (116hp) producing 285Nm torque. The emissions are 151g/km and the combined economy is 42mpg.

The other unit is a 2.0-litre TDI (140hp) producing 320Nm of torque. The emissions are 153g/km and the combined economy is 41.3mpg. It takes 9.7 seconds for a sprint to 62mph. Then there is a 2.0-litre TDI (170hp) producing 350Nm of torque. It emits 154g/km of carbon and 40.6mpg. Then, a 2.5-litre V6 TDI (163hp) producing 310Nm of torque. It emits 184g/km of carbon and returns a combined economy of 34.6mpg. It takes 8.9 seconds to complete a sprint of 0-62mph. Then, a 2.7-litre V6 TDI (180hp) producing 380Nm of torque. The emissions are 179g/km and the combined economy is 35.1mpg. And the last one is an Audi 3.0-litre V6 TDI (233hp) engine producing 450Nm of torque. The carbon emissions are 204g/km and the combined economy is 31mpg. It takes 6.8 seconds for a sprint of zero to 62mph.

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