2011 Audi A4 Values

Select a 2011 Audi A4 trim level

2011 model year changes

High-tech changes make their way into the Audi A4 for 2011. Among them is the introduction of a new 8-speed automatic transmission in the turbocharged 2.0-liter A4 quattro sedan and wagon, replacing the old 6-speed. Audi claims the new, compact gearbox is smoother and returns improved fuel economy.

Competitive comparison

Engineering quality; excellent standard features; available all-wheel drive; wagon available; performance of the S4

Special features for 2011

With its 2009 redesign, Audi upped the luxury performance-car ante with the A4. Its fresh face and benchmark interior distinguished it from its Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3-Series competitors, while its new dimensions made it the largest car in its class. Technological refinements for 2011 include an impressive 8-speed automatic transmission, and with the sure-footedness of Audi's world-class quattro all-wheel-drive system, a powerful engine, the availability of a wagon and the always-addictive performance of the S4 model, the lineup has a little something for everyone.
Revised in 2008, the 2011 Audi A4 is a compact executive sport sedan and is also available in a wagon body style. Both versions are powered by a 2.0-liter, 211-hp Turbo I4, with your choice of a 6-speed manual, 6-speed Tiptronic automatic or continuously variable transmission. Power is put to the ground with standard front-wheel drive or optional Quattro all-wheel drive. Fuel economy with the CVT is up to 23/30 mpg city/hwy while 5-passengers are treated to a sophisticated and luxurious interior, optional Bang & Olufsen audio, Bluetooth, integrated music, NAV, vehicle controls and a comprehensive airbag system. All of these qualities make the A4 a high-value sport sedan with a fun-to-drive personality. Competitors include BMW 3-series and Mercedes C-class.