Thursday, March 08, 2012

Audi Throwback: The 2005 Audi A4

2005 Audi A4


During the 2005 model year, Volkswagen redesigned the A4 sedan as well as the A4 Avant wagon. This change translated into larger engines and revamped front end designs. If you’re looking for a used vehicle, the 2005 Audi A4 would be a good choice given all of its features.

The exterior of the 2005 Audi A4 is more angular when it comes around to the rear of the vehicle. It also has an independent rear suspension system with a trapezoidal link. Other features of the body include a double grille and exhaust pipes made from chrome. The standard size of tires with this car is 16 inches. However, 17 inch tires will also fit. The headlights are xenon high intensity and it also comes with a Parktronic rear parking assistance system.

Both the sedan and wagon models of the 2005 Audi A4 provide seating for up to five people. The seating also features power lumbar support that can go four ways. The air conditioning system within the 2005 Audi A4 features dual zones. Thieves will find stealing the 2005 Audi A4 challenging with its built in Immobilizer II anti-theft system.

Audi A4 Sports Sedan 2005


2005 Audi A4 3.0 Engine


In all of the 1.8T models, there is a 170 horsepower 1.8 litre four cylinder motors. In the 3.0 editions, an aluminum 220 horsepower 3.0 liter V-6 engine is installed. Models can come with either a five or six speed manual transmission or an automatic. The 2005 Audi A4 comes with many different safety features. These would include standard airbags for front seat passengers. Some models do also come with rear seat side impact airbags. Seat belts comes with pretensioners. For child safety, seat tethers come already installed in all models of the 2005 Audi A4. Brake assist is another safety measure designed to keep the brakes from locking up.

If you are looking for an Audi a4 for sale visit www.motors.co.uk. They have them all over the UK and at good prices to suit your needs.

Photos by Michael Dorausch on Flickr

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