Audi A4 Cabriolet (2006–2009)
Revamped Audi convertible to made its world public debut at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt. Available to order in the UK from November for first deliveries in the first quarter of 2006
Features four petrol and TDI engines, four of which were new to the A4 Cabriolet - 1.8 T petrol (163PS), 2.0 T FSI petrol (200PS), 3.2 V6 FSI petrol (255PS), 2.0TDI (140PS) and 3.0 TDI (233PS)
Extensively revised chassis and steering maximise dynamic performance
New optional acoustic hood maximises cabin refinement
2.0TDI 140 priced from £26,500.
(Directly injected and turbocharged 2.0-litre unit with high-pressure pump injection delivers 140PS @ 4,000rpm and 320Nm between 1,750rpm and 2,500rpm. 0-62mph in 9.7 seconds, top speed of 131mph, 43.4mpg combined. Standard diesel particulate filter helps to minimise
emissions - 176g/km output. Paticulate filter needs not additives or servicing for life of the car.)
The five engines will be available with a choice of three trim level options - standard, Sport and S line - and will deliver their power to the road either via quattro four-wheel-drive or through the front wheels. Five-speed and six-speed manual gearboxes, continuously variable multitronic transmission, which has seven speeds in its 'manual' mode or six-speed tiptronic automatic gearbox.
Upgrades inside and out for new A4 Cabriolet 2.0 TFSI S line Special Edition
Special version of sought-after A4 Cabriolet powered by 2.0 Turbo FSI 200PS engine and priced from £29,990 OTR available to order September 2007 for first deliveries in December 2007. Spec includes S line exterior styling, Pearl Nappa leather upholstery, BOSE sound system with CD autochanger, acoustic parking and xenon headlamps. 200PS @ 5,100-6,000rpm, 280Nm @ 1,800-5,000rpm, 0-62mph in 8.2 seconds (multitronic 8.1), top speed 146mph (multitronic 144), combined mpg 34.0 (multitronic 33.6), CO2 199g/km (multitronic 199g/km)
Audi revised its recommendation for timing belt replacement on the 200PS 2.0TSI engine to be 75,000 miles or 5 years whichever comes soonest.