I’ll spare readers my usual rant about how I don’t like SUVs. But what I don’t like even more than SUVs is when their popularity precludes me from buying a car in the US that I normally would want, such as the Audi S4 Avant. Audi hasn’t offered a non-Allroad style Avant since 2012, which is a shame, given how attractive the B8 A4 Avant was. At least the US got a few years production sent over here, though. This 2010 A4 Avant 2.0T finished in Deep Sea Blue Pearl has got me pining for the days of when Audi understood its traditional customer. The all-wheel drive Avant driving customer.
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Model: A4 Avant
Engine: 2.0 liter turbocharged inline-4
Transmission: 6-speed automatic
Mileage: 78,165 mi
2010 Audi A4 2.0 quattro Avant finished in Deep Sea Blue Pearl Effect with Black leather interior. This one owner 78k mile dealer maintained example is the most desirable and well equipped Prestige Edition. Audi’s famous all wheel drive system mated to the silky smooth shifting six speed automatic tiptronic transmission make this perfect sized Avant Wagon an incredibly reliable and exhilarating sport wagon to drive.
The Prestige Package includes 18 inch sport alloy wheels, i Pod interface, Bluetooth, chrome window trim, heated front seats, Homelink, LED daytime running lamps, Rain/Light sensor, three zone climate control, Xenon headlamps, DVD player, keyless start and stop, auto dimming mirrors, Bang and Olufsen premium sound system, compass, memory for drivers seat and mirrors, Navigation Plus System, power tailgate, voice control and the Driver assist Package includes Audi side assist, back up camera and rear sensors.
Additional options include side and rear sun shades, chrome exhaust tips and all weather floor mats.
This surefooted A4 will provide reliable and comfortable transportation in any weather condition. It is available immediately and priced to sell at $19,900.00. All serious inquiries should be directed Mark Starr @ 914 217-4817.
As time passes, I’m spotting less and less B8 Avants in dealer pre-owned inventory. It seems as if for every one B8 Avant sold there were 10 sedans sold. That’s a shame, because I think this was the most attractive A4 Avant yet. It’s just right right size and has a smooth, flowing rear section that improves on an already attractive sedan rear end. Considering the mileage and age, the price on this one is fairly strong, but it looks to be in relatively good condition. I would say enjoy these while they are relatively new, because who knows if Audi will do the right thing and bring back the Avant.