2015 Audi A4 1.4 TSI 150 Sport review
Source : 2015 Audi A4 1.4 TSI 150 Sport review
The A4 1.4 TSI, which replaces the old 1.8 TSI design, will be the cheapest way to own Audi’s completely new compact exec saloon. will be of which still worthy of the premium badge? The 1.4 TFSI will be the entry-level design of the ground-up completely new Audi A4 range. of which’s based on Audi’s completely new MLB-Evo platform along with will be claimed to weigh as much as 120kg less than the outgoing design. The drag coefficient of 0.23 will be said to be lowest in class.the auto has grown in size, being 25mm longer (12mm of the stretch will be inside the wheelbase) along with 16mm wider. of which will be to the benefit of cabin space, especially inside the rear. Knee room will be particularly impressive for rear passengers, while the front seat occupants have a satisfyingly capacious cockpit. of which ‘totally completely new’ 148bhp petrol engine replaces the old 1.8 TFSI unit, although of which will be less powerful. of which’s a sophisticated unit, which has its exhaust manifold integrated into the cylinder head, very high-pressure (200bar) fuel injection along with separate cooling circuits for the crankcase along with cylinder head. The engine will be mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Unfortunately the 1.4 TSI isn’t offered with Audi’s completely new automatic seven-speed S tronic dual-clutch automatic transmission. The entry-level A4 1.4 TFSI SE design costs £25,900 on the road. Notable standard-issue features include xenon headlights with LED running lights, three-zone climate control, switchable damping, automatic city braking, keyless go, stop-start along with cruise control using a ‘freewheeling’ mode.inside the UK, pay another £950 just for of which Sport design along with you’ll also get sat-nav, 17in wheels, extendable squab sports seats, an upgraded sound system along using a nice three-spoke steering wheel.
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