2000 Audi S4

Fans, I have to apologize. I’ll happily admit that there are huge gaps in our daily lineup of cars. When I think of the numerous models that we skip over on a daily basis I genuinely feel a tinge of regret. First off, we really don’t feature much from before 1980 often, and even then it’s limited generally to the more expensive cars that survive such as Porsches or Mercedes-Benz models. Then there are plenty of obscure models we just overlook in our searches. I mean, when was the last time that we wrote up an Audi A3, for example? I’ll save you some time – nearly two years ago was the last time an A3 came across our pages. Or an Audi A2? I’m not sure one has ever popped up here, despite them being a very interesting and cutting-edge car. We rarely look at BMW Isettas or Mercedes-Benz SUVs – actually, come to think of it, pretty much any SUV despite their massive popularity and the reality that quite a few of them are nice trucks (and by trucks I mean cars). How about Porsche 914s, Karmann Ghias and pretty much any newer Volkswagen that isn’t a Passat wagon (sorry about that)? There simply isn’t enough time and space to cover all the models that are out there. As such, we often focus on the cars that interest us, and I’ll admit that since there are only a few writers here that means that we see a lot of the same things day in and day out. So, I’m sorry. But I promise, we do try to vary it up as much as we can!

In that vein, I want to look at a very nice Audi S4 today. The S4 itself is no stranger in any of its several generations on these pages, but often we either focus on the C4 generation or the B5, B6 and B7 Avants. The sedan gets scarcely any coverage here probably because the Avant is such a popular choice. But today’s sedan is pretty special, first because it’s one of the hot B5 colors of Imola Yellow, and second because it’s a low mileage, nearly perfect original model. Is it worth a high asking price?

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2000 Audi S4 on eBay


Year: 2000
Model: S4
Engine: 2.7 liter twin-turbocharged V6
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 44,608 mi
Price: $12,900 Buy It Now

2000 Audi S4 Twin Turbo Quattro

WHY THIS CAR IS SPECIAL…

Incredible One Owner Time Warp Car with Only 44K Miles!!

-250HP 2.7L Twin Turbocharged V6

-Quattro All Wheel Drive

-5-Speed Automatic with Overdrive

-Cold Weather Package

-Bose Premium Sound

-Convenience Package

-Clear Carfax History Report

-Well-Maintained 1-Owner Performance Sedan

Immaculate Imola Yellow Over Black Leather

-Excellent Condition In and Out

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Back in 2000, this was a pretty hot setup with 250 horsepower and near 300 lb.ft of torque available from the twin-turbocharged 2.7 liter V6 channeled through all four wheels. That was still a pretty unique party piece for Audi, and these luxury-oriented small sports sedans were packed with electronic gadgetry and wrapped in leather. The outside changes from the standard sedans were subtle but made the car look pretty special. Finding a clean, original example with low miles is very hard to do these days and this car is overall one of the best condition B5 sedans I’ve seen in a long time. Is it a $13,000 example? That’s well over double what you can purchase a higher mile, not quite as nice example for in the marketplace, so it seems pretty high. And, factoring in that it’s a Tiptronic car rather than a 6-speed manual, most of the enthusiasts that would normally be hot and bothered to see something like this will immediately be disappointed. But the prospect of an all original, near perfect condition, low mile and infrequently seen but desirable color make this a very unique opportunity that may outweigh the transmission for the right buyer. It’s hard to believe this is now a 16 year old car and that before my son is old enough to drive this will be an “antique” in some states. Models such as this are certainly something we should be paying more attention to and even though this might not be the most desirable Ingolstadter, it was certainly worth a look. Keep the miles low and the car original, and in a few years there will probably be more demand for this groundbreaking but generally unappreciated Audi.

-Carter

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