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Old 12-20-2008, 12:53 PM   #1
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Along with the A6 pricing information you can find a few posts down, Audi has announced two new models for the new A4 lineup. Neither is actually new, both configurations were offered on the previous A4, but they weren't part of the original '09 offerings.



The first is a 2.0-liter turbo model with front-wheel drive, which Audi calls FrontTrak. Combined with a standard continuously variable transmission, this new A4 attains an impressive 30 mpg highway rating, while a 23 mpg average comes in the city. Combined, they represent a four-percent improvement over the comparable '08 model.

The second, more exciting addition is a 2.0T Quattro sedan with a six-speed manual transmission. It too is rated at 30 mpg highway, but only 22 mpg on city roads. Both will be available in "early 2009," with the 2.0T FrontTrak starting at $31,000 and the 2.0T Quattro 6MT at $31,850.




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Audi A4 Lineup Expands With New FrontTrak and Manual Models

- The Audi A4 2.0T FrontTrak sedan pairs the multitronic transmission with the award-winning Audi 2.0 TFSI engine
- The Audi A4 quattro sedan is now available with a six-speed manual transmission

- MSRP for the base front-drive model is $31,000 and $31,850 for the base manual quattro model.




HERNDON, Va., Dec 19, 2008 - Audi announced an expansion of its 2009 A4 lineup with two new models, one featuring front-wheel drive and one featuring a six-speed manual transmission. The newest 2009 Audi A4 models offer exceptional value and the best fuel economy ratings in their individual segments.


The 2009 Audi A4 2.0T FrontTrak combines the advantages of the Audi 2.0 TFSI engine, which recently earned a spot on the 2009 Ward’s 10 Best Engines list, and the efficient multitronic continuously variable transmission, or CVT.
The A4 sedan now available with a six-speed manual transmission, offers a sporty driving experience for those who prefer to shift for themselves. The manual transmission is also paired with Audi's efficient 2.0 TFSI engine along with Audi's latest generation of quattro all-wheel drive featuring a rear torque bias for sporty handling.


The result of the new front-wheel drive A4 powertrain combination is the best fuel efficiency in its class with an EPA rating of 23 mpg in city driving conditions and 30 mpg in highway driving. Those fuel economy figures represent a 4 percent fuel-efficiency gain over the previous-generation A4 powered with earlier versions of the 2.0 TFSI engine and the multitronic transmission. The 2009 A4 2.0T quattro manual sedan achieves the best efficiency of any all-wheel drive car in its luxury segment with EPA fuel economy ratings of 22 mpg in city driving and 30 mpg on highways.


The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price on the front-wheel drive 2009 Audi A4 2.0T FrontTrak sedan with multitronic CVT transmission starts at $31,000. The MSRP on the 2009 Audi A4 2.0T quattro manual is $31,850. Both models come with a rich list of standard equipment such as sunroof, leather seating, SIRIUS satellite radio, and quattro all-wheel drive.


"Offering exceptional efficiency without sacrificing the comforts that luxury car buyers expect is Audi's hallmark," said Johan de Nysschen, executive vice president, Audi of America. "These two new A4 models are no exception. Their addition to the Audi lineup allows us to meet a broader array of consumer tastes with our highly acclaimed, best-selling car."
Audi is a pioneer in continuously variable transmission technology. The multitronic transmission was significantly revamped and first appears in the 2009 Audi A4. With the redesign, the multitronic transmission offers greater sportiness and agility along with reduced fuel consumption. The first Audi A4 2.0T FrontTrak multitronic model will begin arriving at dealers this month, with Audi A4 2.0T quattro manual models expected to arrive in dealerships by early 2009.
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Old 12-20-2008, 12:55 PM   #2
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If you're taking the time this, you're probably aware that Audi has revised the A6 for 2009, adding a different front fascia, LED driving lights, and a new design at the rear as well. What's more important is that the company has also added a new engine--the same supercharged 3.0 TFSI V-6 powering the upcoming S4.

Here, it makes 300 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque, accelerating the car to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds while delivering fuel economy numbers of 18 mpg city/26 highway. Although "supercharger" starts with an "s", the model will be called the A6 3.0T. Pricing for the entire line is as follows:

-A6 3.2 Sedan: $45,100
-A6 3.0T Quattro Sedan: $50,100
-A6 3.0T Quattro Avant: $53,310
-A6 4.2 Quattro Sedan: $60,950
-S6 Quattro Sedan: $75,900

All V-6 model prices are for the lowest trim level, called "Premium," and a destination charge of $825 is not included in any of the above prices. Also not included is an explanation of why Audi would add the supercharged V-6 without removing the less efficient 4.2-liter V-8, or why that engine makes less power here than in the S4.






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Audi Sets Prices on the New and Upgraded A6 / S6 Lineup for MY 2009

- Interior and exterior redesign reinforces strong personality of Audi A6 / S6
- An all-new 300-hp 3.0 TFSI supercharged V6 will be offered with quattro AWD
- The 2009 sedan, Avant and S models will arrive in dealerships by early January

HERNDON, Va., Dec 19, 2008 - Audi of America today released pricing for the updated 2009 model-year Audi A6 sedan, A6 Avant and S6 sedan, which are scheduled to arrive in U.S. dealerships by the beginning of January.

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for the Audi A6 3.2 sedan Premium will start at $45,100. The Audi A6 3.0T quattro sedan Premium will start at $50,100. The Audi A6 3.0T quattro Avant Premium will start at $53,310. The Audi A6 4.2 quattro sedan will start at $60,950, and the Audi S6 will start at $75,900. Prices do not include a destination charge of $825, taxes, title or dealer charges.

"The A6 model range gains a far more progressive look with this makeover," said Johan de Nysschen, executive vice president of Audi of America. "Of particular note is the addition of the new supercharged drivetrain that will give drivers of these cars plenty of responsive power without sacrificing fuel efficiency. These updates will show why the Audi A6 is the best-selling luxury sedan worldwide."


The 2009 model-year Audi A6 3.0T quattro rewards motorists with the best fuel economy of any mid-sized luxury sedan sold in the U.S. featuring all-wheel drive. With an energy-recuperating alternator and efficiency-optimized gear ratios, the new model achieves 26 mpg highway and 18 mpg in city driving for a combined EPA fuel economy rating of 21 mpg.

New for 2009 models are three equipment levels - Premium, Premium Plus and Prestige - aimed at improving vehicle value and reducing complexity by combining the features demanded by many luxury car buyers. The new A6 will also come packed with additional standard equipment, including a sunroof, Bluetooth, Homelink, heated front seats on quattro models, three months of free SIRIUS satellite radio service and Audi music interface with iPod connectivity.

Also new for 2009, the 3.0 TFSI V6 engine will deliver 300 horsepower and a powerful 310 lb.-ft of torque. It marries the benefits of direct fuel injection and a compressor supercharger to record a 0-to-60 mph time of 5.9 seconds. The new engine will be packaged with a Tiptronic automatic transmission and the new 40/60 asymmetric rear-biased quattro all wheel drive. The 3.0 TFSI supercharged engine will be available on Premium, Premium Plus and Prestige versions of the Audi A6 sedan and Avant.

The 3.2 FSI V6 engine, which produces 255 horsepower and 243 lb.-ft of torque, will be available in the Audi A6 Premium and Premium Plus equipment levels. The 3.2 FSI will be paired with front-wheel drive and multitronic transmission. The Audi A6 4.2 comes fully loaded with a 350-hp 4.2 FSI V8 engine, Tiptronic automatic transmission, quattro all-wheel drive, S-line exterior and the Prestige equipment level as standard.


The 2009 Audi S6 features a 5.2 FSI V10 engine mated to the Audi Tiptronic automatic transmission, which kicks up 435 horsepower at 6,800 rpm and 398 lb.-ft of torque.
The design of the Audi A6 gets several enhancements led by the high-gloss, single-frame grille as well as bold new bumpers, air vents and fog lights. Chrome accents are added features on the doors and trunk. Available xenon plus headlights now include LED daytime running lights. All-new LED tail lights provide an exclamation point to the new look of the A6.

The world-class interior of the Audi A6 features leather seating, wood trim, intuitive Multi Media Interface, a driver-oriented design and now the added touch of sleek aluminum trim accents on the steering wheel, switches and the parking brake. The interiors also get new instrument cluster graphics and will feature Engine Start/Engine Stop buttons that are new to the A6 models.

The improvements to the A6 should bolster its standing as the best-selling model in the mid-size luxury car market. Worldwide, the Audi A6 claimed a 37% share of the luxury mid-size segment, ahead of its primary competitors, the BMW 5-Series and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. The new 2009 Audi A6 will begin shipping to dealers next week in time for the holidays.
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Old 12-20-2008, 03:58 PM   #3
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Ahh...marketing a car that has less than before. Brilliant!
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Old 12-20-2008, 04:03 PM   #4
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The more things change the more they stay the same.
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Old 12-21-2008, 12:07 PM   #5
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Oooo! FrontTrak! Did they steal that name from Pontiac?
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Old 12-21-2008, 10:52 PM   #6
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Front track and you might as well pick up a Jetta GLI. The 2.0 T with the manual and quattro is interesting. That engine has alot of torque now.
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Well, the A4 used to come in fwd variants. Lower price + better gas mileage (plus faster too) isn't really "less". About the only thing less is bad weather traction and weight.
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I know it came in FWD before. And the FWD version were inevitable. And FWD isn't all bad. It's just that before you'd get an A4, or an A4 with Quattro. Now they'll badge the FWD as FrontTrak, which is marketing the fact that you bought the cheaper one.

I'm not hating on the fact that they offer it, but the silly marketing people.
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I personally think that they ought to restrict the FWD models to base versions. It might allow some less well-heeled customers to get into the brand. I mean a very base, non-optioned A4 or 3-series actually isn't that pricey. Add options, and now you're in the $$$.

So, offer up some cloth seats and A/C, FWD and not too many baubles, and have a reasonably lower entry price. It's not Audi's target demographic, but there are a lot of drivers who would buy "if only it were a little cheaper." VW/Audi can certainly afford to try it, I dunno. Just a thought.
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This is just the beginning. Look for Subaru to do the same in the next 3 or 4 years. It is inevitable with the increased CAFE standards, not to mention the current economy.
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but that wonderful MPG rating make this the most fuel-efficient 6-spd turbo-charged AWD vehicle in USDM by a fair margin, doesn't it?
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but that wonderful MPG rating make this the most fuel-efficient 6-spd turbo-charged AWD vehicle in USDM by a fair margin, doesn't it?
Yes, though it probably being the least powerful one may have something to do with that.
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I know it came in FWD before. And the FWD version were inevitable. And FWD isn't all bad. It's just that before you'd get an A4, or an A4 with Quattro. Now they'll badge the FWD as FrontTrak, which is marketing the fact that you bought the cheaper one.

I'm not hating on the fact that they offer it, but the silly marketing people.
Agreed with you on that...lets just hope it doesn't have a "FrontTrack" badge on it.
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This is just the beginning. Look for Subaru to do the same in the next 3 or 4 years. It is inevitable with the increased CAFE standards, not to mention the current economy.
I've said this for a few years now, but I think SoA could benefit from a FWD base car.
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I know it came in FWD before. And the FWD version were inevitable. And FWD isn't all bad. It's just that before you'd get an A4, or an A4 with Quattro. Now they'll badge the FWD as FrontTrak, which is marketing the fact that you bought the cheaper one.

I'm not hating on the fact that they offer it, but the silly marketing people.
Actually, I think the FWD layout has been called FrontTrak for some time. About 5 years ago I test drove a '98 or '99 A4 FrontTrak.

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Yep it's an old name designation for Audi.
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Ottawa, Ontario - As a Canadian, Iím used to adjusting how, when and where I drive based on winterís whims; the last thing I expect in winter driving is for a car to dictate what I wear on my feet.
But thatís what the A4 did to me when I realized that my favourite winter boots (big, bulky things, admittedly, but oh so warm) barely fit between the brake pedal and the centre console, where the gas pedal lives.


Indeed, the A4ís front footwells are on the small side, a design compromise necessitated by the drivetrain: placing the bulk of the engine/transmission comboís weight further back improves weight distribution, which results in more stable handling. To this end, Audi also relocated the differential Ė the set of gears that apportions power between the left- and right-side drive wheels Ė from its usual spot to in between the engine and transmission, which allowed the front axle to be placed further forward.



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Distributing weight properly is good for handling, but so is keeping that weight to a minimum. Audi has done that, too, through the extensive use of light, high-strength steel. The result is a larger A4 that weighs in at 1,700 kg (3,740 pounds) for a 2.0T quattro automatic transmission model like my tester. Thatís just 60 kg more than a similarly-equipped 2008 model.


Thatís a pretty reasonable weight increase for a car thatís grown considerably: overall length is up 117 mm (about 4.6 inches) to 4,703 mm (185.2 inches), the car is wider by 54 mm (just over two inches) for an overall measurement of 1,826 mm (71.8 inches), and the wheelbase has been stretched 160 mm (about 6.3 inches) to 2,808 mm (110.5 inches).


The minimal weight increase is offset by extra power. For 2009, the A4ís turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine gets an extra 11 horsepower and 51 lb-ft of torque, for totals of 211 hp and 258 lb-ft. (The optional 3.2-litre V6 also gets an extra 10 hp.) Torque also peaks sooner, at 1,500 rpm, instead of the old engineís 1,800 rpm peak. The V6 still pulls harder at high speeds, but the four-cylinderís generous low- and mid-range torque makes it difficult to justify spending more (at least $5,900) to get the six-cylinder engine.



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The A4ís six-speed automatic transmission is a model of smoothness. It can be hesitant to downshift for acceleration, but this can be remedied either by using the responsive manual mode, or by adjusting the transmissionís settings through the Audi Drive Select (ADS) interface (more on that shortly). At the moment, the A4 is sold only with an automatic transmission; a six-speed manual should be available soon, at least for four-cylinder models.


Audi Drive Select (ADS) is a system that allows the driver to customize settings for the suspension, transmission, steering ratio and power assist and throttle response. There are three pre-set modes Ė Comfort, Dynamic and Auto Ė accessible via buttons on the dash, but a second access point through Audiís MMI allows the driver to customize individual settings.


Dynamic mode is the sportiest, but its firm suspension and sharp throttle and steering response are a little much for everyday driving, which the Comfort setting goes too far the other way. Auto mode is a good compromise, but the ability to adjust each parameter individually is a great idea. ADS is very cool, but whether itís worth $2,500 is between you and your bank balance.



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The steering offers great feel and transmits useful road surface information to the driverís hands. I found it felt overboosted at low speeds though, unless one of the more aggressive ADS settings was selected. Audiís dynamic steering system varies the steering ratio and power assist based on vehicle speed; the system also works with the stability control program to help the driver regain control in the event of a skid. The stability and traction control system Ė known as ESP in Audi-speak Ė can be completely deactivated.


The brakes are strong, but touchy at first bite. Theyíre very easy to modulate beyond that initial grabbiness, though.
My 2.0T quattro Premium tester carries a base price of $45,000. To that, Audi added $2,500 for Audi Drive Select, $2,200 for the Technology Package (which bundles a blind spot monitor, adaptive Xenon headlights, Homelink and an advanced keyless entry and start/stop function) and $3,500 for a navigation system that also brings Audiís MMI (Multi Media Interface) and a backup camera. All of that added up to a $53,200 A4, not including $800 freight.


Audiís blind spot monitoring system, dubbed Side Assist, accomplishes the same thing as Volvoís BLIS (blind spot information system), but goes about it slightly differently. Instead of employing cameras in the side view mirror housings a la Volvo, Audiís system is radar-based, using sensors in the rear bumper. Like Volvoís system, side assist lights an orange indicator in the side mirror housing when a car enters the Audiís blind spot, and will flash if the Audi driver signals a lane change in the direction of the other car.




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The A4 also gets a new instrument cluster for 2009. The most useful upgrade I noticed was how navigation system instructions are displayed within it, between the speedo and tachometer Ė a great way to minimize time spent looking away from the road.


Despite the longer wheelbase, which Audi says allowed them to build a bigger interior into the A4, the cabin is still snug. Thereís sufficient legroom for tall front-seat occupants, but it comes at the expense of rear-seat space. Headroom is good: the carís gunslit windows make this car look lower, but it actually stands at the same 1,427 mm overall height as the 2008 A4. The shallower windows take a toll on rearward visibility; I was grateful for the backup camera bundled with my carís optional navigation system. The 480-litre trunk is a significant upgrade over the 2008 modelís 380-litre cargo hold.



The 2009 A4 may be new, but its focus is still on driving enjoyment rather than overall practicality. Just remember to wear the right shoes when you go for your test drive.
Pricing: 2009 Audi A4 2.0T quattro Premium

Base price: $45,000

Options: $8,200 (Audi Drive Select, $2,500; Technology Package of Audi Side Assist, adaptive headlights, Homelink and Advanced key with push-button starting; navigation system with backup camera, $3,500)

Freight: $800

A/C tax: $100

Price as tested: $54,100
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