Used 2007 Audi A4 Wagon
Audi A4 Wagon
2007 Audi A4 Pricing
For Sale Near 20146
2007 Audi A4 KBB Expert Review
When it comes right down to it, the A4 Avant Wagon makes so much more sense than the A4 sedan. The shape does not detract from the A4's stellar handling or straight-line performance, nor does it add much weight to the overall design. The Avant Wagon is stylish enough not to be confused with (or ridiculed by association with) those wood-sided station wagons of the past, and the added storage space inside is augmented by additional storage capacity on the elongated roof. With its standard quattro all-wheel drive, the A4 Avant can do everything except tow a trailer and go off-roading, although we're quite sure some Audi loyalists have attempted both. One can't even argue with the A4 Avant's premium price as its closest competitors, the Volvo V50, BMW 3 Series and Subaru Outback, all fall within the same range.
You'll Like This Car If...
If you've been shopping for a small SUV, but you dread giving up the fun-to-drive factor only a European sport sedan can provide, the A4 Avant should be at the top of your test-drive list. On slippery surfaces the quattro all-wheel-drive system will give any SUV a run for its money.
You May Not Like This Car If...
The Avant's rear cargo hold is modest at best. If you're looking for a big rear seat and more storage, the Volkswagen Passat Wagon may be a better choice.
What's New for 2007
The A4 Avant 2.0T models lose a few options, such as memory for the driver's seat and mirrors and heated rear seats. The 3.2 receives a standard sunroof and all A4s have new audio systems capable of reading MP3-encoded CDs.
We drove six-speed automatic and six-speed manual versions of the A4, each with the four-cylinder turbocharged engine and quattro all-wheel drive. While the automatic model was a joy on the highway - delivering a quiet, comfortable ride - inspiring stability and with plenty of power to pass - the transmission magnified the engine's turbo lag in the stop-and-go of city driving.
With the manual transmission, on the other hand, the A4 was equally impressive on the highway while also providing more of the kick we expect from a sports sedan. Although sunny skies prevented us from experiencing the all-weather traction advantages of Audi's renowned quattro all-wheel-drive system, we could definitely feel its calming influence while driving on curving on-ramps and the like.
Quattro All-Wheel-Drive System
The quattro all-wheel-drive system is worth its weight in gold. It provides outstanding traction and works seamlessly with the rest of the drivetrain.
It's easy to find everything from the cruise control to the vent knobs at night, thanks to a thoughtful use of red LED lighting.
In the passenger compartment, everything is exactly as you'd find in the A4 sedan. Audi has set the benchmark for interior styling, content and assembly, and the A4 continues to please; not just with its leather and power features, but with its acute attention to detail. Thanks to generous backlighting of the various controls, any switch that can be seen in the daytime can also be seen at night - even the dash vent controls are backlit. Cargo space with the rear seats up is adequate for most daily use, but for big jobs you'll want to fold down those rear seats.
Last year's overhaul brought the A4's new signature wide-mouth grille and cat's-eye headlamp treatment, the same as seen on the A6 and A8. Though no one will mistake the new A4 for a Lexus, the rounded edges that characterize some Japanese designs have somewhat supplanted the traditional reserved Audi look. As always, the A4 Avant's build quality is quite good, as is the depth and luster of the paint.
Notable Standard Equipment
The A4 Avant comes with a six-speed manual transmission and quattro all-wheel drive. it also features an AM/FM stereo with six-disc MP3-compatible CD changer, power door locks, power mirrors, one-touch up and down power windows, keyless entry, dual-zone automatic climate control, cloth seats, power driver's seat, leather-wrapped four-way adjustable multifunction steering wheel, cruise control, rear wiper/washer, fog lights and 16-inch alloy wheels. The A4 Avant's standard safety equipment includes anti-lock brakes (ABS), electronic stability control, active front head restraints and front, front-side and two-row head-curtain airbags.
Notable Optional Equipment
The A4 Avant offers an extensive list of options, some of which are grouped into packages. The Premium Package adds numerous comfort and convenience features, including a power sunroof and 17-inch alloy wheels. The S Line Package requires the Premium Package, is available only with the Ebony interior, and offers sport suspension, 18-inch alloy wheels and sport-oriented trim. An Audio Package provides a Bose sound system and SIRIUS Satellite Radio; a Cold Weather Package adds heated seats and a ski rack, and there are some stand-alone options as well. Since prices of the packages can vary substantially, you'll do best to see an Audi dealer for more specifics.
Under the Hood
The A4 Avant is available with either a four- or six-cylinder engine, each with sophisticated new FSI Direct Injection technology designed to deliver increased power and better mileage. The V6 is the smoother and more powerful engine of the two, but the four-cylinder turbo is lighter (promoting better handling), less expensive and delivers better fuel mileage. Also available is a choice of a six-speed manual or a six-speed Tiptronic automatic transmission.
2.0-liter in-line 4 Turbocharged
200 horsepower @ 5100-6000 rpm
207 lb.-ft. of torque @ 1800-5000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 22/31 (AWD manual), 22/30 (AWD automatic)
255 horsepower @ 6500 rpm
243 lb.-ft. of torque @ 3250 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 17/27 (AWD manual) 19/27 (AWD automatic)
The A4 Avant 2.0T has a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $32,060 with the six-speed manual and $33,260 with the six-speed Tiptronic automatic. The A4 Avant 3.2 with the manual transmission is $38,160, while the automatic version starts at $39,360. A look at the Fair Purchase Price page shows consumers are paying between $1,100 and $1,500 over dealer invoice for the A4, which is on par with the prices paid for similar vehicles such as the Volvo V50 and V70 and the BMW 3 Series wagon. As for resale, we project that the A4 Avant will have a strong five-year residual value, equal to that of the BMW 325xi and Subaru Outback VDC Limited and better than the Jaguar X-Type and Volvo XC70.
Audi A4 Consumer Reviews
January 16, 2019
Fun little car
This has been the best surprise I never expected. My first Audi (I am a BMW guy). Got it because it was half price used compared to a...
February 07, 2017
Not another boring car
First I own 2001 Audi A4 FWD 1.8T, for a four years, and I be honest I tied to fix it, nothing major but a lot of small things regularly...
April 07, 2016
great car i love it
all around great car
October 24, 2015
Owned this A4 for 5 years, still love my baby girl
Happy with my car. quality ride and pretty too.
July 06, 2015
Very comfortable; handles the road
The Audi A4 Quatro is a joy to drive, both on the highway and in the city. It fearlessly hugs the road at higher speeds, giving the...
July 03, 2015
Awesome car with a timeless look.
This car was one I always wanted. It's got some performace out of the box, but still is a perfect for a daily driver. Great for going...
April 30, 2015
cute Red convertable
April 18, 2015
Fun to own!
Have had this car for almost 5 years. LOVE driving it in the spring and fall. Very nimble handling and the sport mode really makes it...
April 16, 2015
have had 6 audi's and this is the best by far...
a dream to drive, in the mountains or on the highway this car is a head turner...so much class and speed...and great on gas....the black...
March 13, 2015
Great and fun car....lots of go-power
4-dr, 6-speed, fun driving car
2007 Audi A4 Specs
2007 Audi A4 Safety Ratings
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