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2007 Audi RS4

After B5 production ended, Audi continued to widen the pool for its small chassis. Joining the lineup for the B6 model was a new Cabriolet, and of course returning were the dynamic duo of the sedan and Avant models. Power now came from the BBK 4.2-liter 4-cam 40 valve all-aluminum V8. Fitting the motor into the small chassis necessitated dropping the belt drive in favor of the infamous rear-mounted chain. Still, though, with 340 horsepower on tap and weighing the same as the outgoing 250 horsepower V6 twin-turbo but now with instant torque, the S4 seemed top of the heap. But it was still playing catch-up with the outgoing E46 M3, so when it came to the B7, Audi offered even more spunk, bringing for the first time after three generations their first top-tier offering in the small chassis: the second-generation RS4.

At the heart of the new addition to the fleet was, of course, a special motor. Dubbed the BNS, Audi ditched the 5-valve heads but added FSI direct fuel injection. In reality, little was shared or untouched between the seemingly similar 4.2 V8s in the S4 and RS4, but the result of the fiddling was impressive. The engineers at Ingolstadt managed to crank a 420 horsepower screamer out, and coupled with the revised, more rear-biased quattro drivetrain in the B7, a completely different beast was born.

2007 Audi RS4 on eBay

From the seller:

Unique Motors Seattle LLC is proud to present this exceptional 2007 Audi RS 4 Quattro Sedan 4D. This vehicle is a true testament to Audi’s commitment to luxury, performance, and style. With its sleek design and powerful engine, this Audi RS 4 is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.

Under the hood, you will find a robust 4.2L V8 engine, capable of producing an impressive 420 horsepower and 317 ft. lbs. of torque. This engine delivers exhilarating acceleration and a thrilling driving experience. Coupled with Audi’s renowned Quattro all-wheel drive system, this vehicle offers exceptional handling and stability in all road conditions.

With a mileage of 121,652, this Audi RS 4 has been well-maintained and is ready to provide many more miles of driving pleasure. Despite its performance capabilities, this vehicle still manages to achieve a respectable fuel efficiency of 13 MPG in the city and 20 MPG on the highway.

Stepping inside the cabin, you will be greeted by a sophisticated gray interior that exudes elegance and comfort. The seats are plush and supportive, ensuring a comfortable ride for both the driver and passengers. The interior is also equipped with modern amenities, including power-adjustable seats, a premium sound system, and a navigation system, making every journey a pleasurable one.

This particular model also features a limited production sprint blue, adding a touch of exclusivity to an already exceptional vehicle.

In summary, this 2007 Audi RS 4 Quattro Sedan 4D is a remarkable vehicle that combines luxury, performance, and style. With its powerful engine, advanced drivetrain, and impressive features, this Audi RS 4 is a true driver’s car. Don’t miss the opportunity to own this unique and exceptional vehicle. Visit Unique Motors Seattle LLC today and experience the thrill of driving an Audi RS 4.

Mileage is higher, but this is the exact spec I’d want – Sprint Blue Pearl Effect over silver leather. It’s a looker! And condition appears to be very good despite the mileage.

You can get a very needy example of this legend for far less than the asking price here, but you’ll pay in terms of condition – and, likely, repairs, too. Sprint Blue cars don’t come up for sale every day, so if a PPI checks out here it seems like the asking price is in the ballpark for RS4 sales all things considered.



  1. Mark Jawdoszyn
    Mark Jawdoszyn December 3, 2023

    Gorgeous colorway but atrocious mileage. I understand they’re a decade and half old but considering the asking price one would expect far less mileage on the clock.

  2. Mark B.
    Mark B. December 6, 2023

    I always have loved the way these look, but the performance per dollar never added up. What hit it home was the Car & Driver 2007 Lightning Lap where a BMW 335i (not M3) was faster around VIR than the RS4. Both new for 2007, but only one of the two was a “special model”.

  3. BetaSteve
    BetaSteve December 23, 2023

    Always amusing to me when industry professionals put their rose colored glasses on and ignore the current market trends when deciding on their ask price. Especially versus the cut throat 180 degree shift on trade in value should you be silly enough. Bottom line, this higher than average mileage rare color example is around $10k too high.

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