Weirdly, I’m going to say that for me this car is pretty close to the Holy Grail of the B7 model range in the U.S.. That’s strange, because it doesn’t have the most powerful motor, or even the second most powerful motor available. In 2008, Audi still had a pretty stout lineup for wagons. You could still get the S4 Avant, with the screaming 4.2 V8. It’s a neat package for sure, but long term ownership might leave your bank account in the lurch. Then there’s the 3.2 FSi motor; again a great motor which finally produced the power that Audi’s V6 should have. But like the other FSi motors, I’ve heard reports that they’re susceptible to carbon buildup and require regular intervals of being pulled apart and cleaned. Plus, let’s be honest – the finite resources which drive our passion will ultimately be going up in price at some point again. So then there’s the 2.0T turbocharged inline-4; with 200 horsepower in stock form, this was a big GTi effectively. It was, as with the rest of the B7 range, available with a 6-speed manual – imagine that! Then you could select some packages to really make your A4 stand apart from the crowd. First was the pricey S-Line package; at $2,000 over the cost of your normal $32,000 Avant 2.0T, it was a pricey option – but it gave you special 18″ RS-inspired wheels, the 1BE sport suspension, special interior and exterior details along with the multi-functional steering wheel. But then you could opt as well for the Titanium Package; a further $500 added to the price, you got even more special Ronal-made quattro GmbH multi-spoke wheels in a gunmetal color and a tremendous amount of polished black details (odd, that they weren’t titanium….). Not many were ordered in this configuration, which was available in both 2.0T and 3.2, sedan and wagon, and tiptronic or manual configuration; narrow it down to Avants and manuals, and it’s quite hard to find one:
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Model: A4 2.0T quattro Avant S-Line Titanium Package
Engine: 2.0 liter turbocharged inline-4
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 85,046 mi
2008 Audi A4 2.0T Avant quattro 4-Door Wagon
2008 Audi A4 2.0T Avant S-LINE Quattro AWD 6 Speed Manual AWD Wagon
Engine: I4 2L
Stock Number: 12014
Interior Color: Black
Transmission: 6 Speed Manual
Exterior Color: Gray
Drivetrain: All Wheel Drive
Power Door Locks
We are pleased to present this harder to find and very desirable 2008 Audi A4 2.0T Avant (wagon) Quattro with S-Line Titanium Package. You will love the looks and drivability of this sport wagon equipped with the ever popular 2.0T paired with a very fun to drive true 6 speed manual transmission. You will love the upgraded from factory 18″ Sport wheels (RS4), 3 spoke S-Line steering wheel, S-Line grill insert, Sport Seats and so much more! If you are in the market for a fully loaded Audi wagon with navigation and Bose sound system this is it. This wagon will not be around very long, please give us a call to schedule a test drive at your convenience!
22918 Highway 99
Edmonds, WA 98026
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I’ve had a love affair with these 2.0T S-Line Titanium Package Avants since new. Around that time, I bought a set of used snow tires for our Outback from a gentleman who had both a Subaru and a Moro Blue Pearl Effect Avant similarly equipped. It was, and still is, a stunning package in my opinion; I think it’s better looking than the S4s and still ranks as my favorite A4 design. Something was just right between the proportioning and the lowered stance with the big titanium wheels. My only dislike is that you could only get this package with a all-black interior. In Dolphin Grey Metallic, the package isn’t quite as exciting but still looks quite special. These S-Line Titanium Package cars have traditionally held a premium over regular A4 Avants, but to me this one is probably overpriced. Condition is good and all original but miles aren’t exactly low, and it should be at or close to needing engine service. If the price dropped a few thousand dollars, this would be a pretty nice package to pick up. As for me, I’ll continue the search for another Moro Blue or Ibis White example – perhaps the ultimate and appropriately colored unicorn of the B7 range for me.