2004 Audi S4 cabriolet

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Who thinks that having an all-wheel drive, V8 powered 6-speed 2 door-4 seat cabriolet is a good idea? Well, I do, for one. Although it might not make sense on paper and is arguably the least popular of the S4 variants, I think the S4 cabriolet is a neat option that Audi offered the market. With a stellar soundtrack, miles of sky above and quattro all-wheel drive to make it a reasonable year-rounder, this is really a unique convertible that can be had on a budget. While not as sexy or sonorous as the RS4 cabriolet, these can also be had for less than a third of the asking price of most of the RS variants, are cheaper to run and frankly offer 90 percent plus of the thrills. Performance bargain? You betcha.

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Year: 2004
Model: S4 Cabriolet
Engine: 4.2 liter V8
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 95,105 mi
Price: $12,995 Buy It Now

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2004 Audi S4 Cabriolet

2004 Audi S4 Cabriolet Quattro
Light Silver Metallic over a Red/Black Leather Interior and Black Top

Includes The Following:

* XM Premium Audio Package (Originally $1000.00)
– XM Satellite Radio
– 215 Watt Bose Premium Sound System
^ Includes 10 speakers total, rear subwoofer and front centerfill speaker and Bose Nd NeoDymium Iron Boron high-efficiency woofer.

* Premium Package (Originally $875.00)
– HomeLink Wireless Control System
^ Universal garage door opener is located in the driver’s sunvisor.
– Auto-Dimming Electrically Folding Outside Mirrors
– Auto-Dimming Inside Mirror w/Digital Compass
– Light Sensor Package
^ Includes coming home and leaving home functions and automatic light switch.
– Four-Position Driver Side Memory
^ For seat and mirror adjustments.

* Heated Front Seats (Originally $450.00)

* Light Silver Metallic (Originally $450.00)

I love the color combo; the silver on red combination is just classic. Does the S4 require more maintenance than an A4? Yep. Does it get worse fuel economy? Yep, that too. Does it make sense as a reasonable daily driver? Not really, for most people. But if you want a 4 seat, all-wheel drive V8 6-speed manual convertible for Kia hatchback money, look no further. Keep it in good nick and my guess is that people will be clamoring over these in another 10 years, as they’re a rare performance package that ticks a lot of boxes – but like many Audis, few will have the fortitude to buy one and maintain it. With under 100,000 miles and in great overall shape, this might just be the right one!

-Carter

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One Comment

  1. Agree with you Carter – lots of performance for your money in a top-down driving experience. With that said, the cab lacks the aggressive lower door trim moldings found on the sedan and avant. Makes the car look too similar to an A4 cab in my opinion.

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