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2016 Audi S4 Overview

John Diether
Automotive Editor - July 31, 2015

The rowdy brother of Audi's sensible A4 sedan, the S4 add a healthy dose of performance to the compact-Audi equation. The result is a refined mid-range luxury car with enough muscle to ensure that the daily commute never gets boring.

What's New for 2016

Aside from a few equipment adjustments, the S4 is unchanged.

Choosing Your Audi S4

At first glance, the S4 doesn't look appreciably different than the A4. Upon closer inspection you'll find a lowered suspension, unique 18-inch wheels, and subtle trim revisions. What's under the hood is far more compelling: a 333-horsepower supercharged 3-liter V6, which can be paired with a six-speed manual or optional ($1,400) seven-speed automated manual transmission. Selectable driving modes, all-wheel drive, and summer performance tires are standard across the board.

The S4 starts out in Premium Plus trim (a notch above the A4) and is eligible for Audi's top-shelf Prestige treatment:

Premium Plus

Includes leather and faux suede upholstery, heated front sport seats with driver memory, a sunroof, xenon headlamps, LED running lights, Bluetooth phone, and a 10-speaker sound system with satellite radio. The $2,900 Technology package adds a Bang & Olufsen surround-sound system, parking sensors, a rearview camera, an iPod interface, a DVD player, web-based navigation system, and WiFi capability with integrated apps. The High Gloss Black package ($1,300) comes with gloss black exterior trim and 19-inch titanium-finish wheels.


Comes standard with content of the Technology package, plus adaptive headlamps. The High Gloss package remains available. Exclusive to the Prestige is the Driver Assistance package, which adds dynamic-assist steering and adaptive cruise control with stop and go capability for $2,750.

For enhanced performance, both trim levels can get an adaptive suspension system ($1,000) and a sport differential that transfers power between the rear wheels ($1,100). Among the few other options are an extended Nappa leather interior ($1,250) and rear thorax airbags ($350).

CarsDirect Tip

If the Technology package sounds good to you, we recommend advancing straight to the Prestige model, where all those goodies come standard. Since the S4 is, after all, a performance sedan, we consider the adaptive suspension to be the most rewarding individual option.

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