While it feel like most modern Audis have swapped to automatic-only configuration, there were some bright spots. The R8 and TT soldiered on for some time with manual options, as did the A3 and A4. The B8 A4 we see here comes from the year before the model’s refresh, but it carries some desirable options. By the time of the B8, engine options had diminished to the 2.0T rated at 211 horsepower, but you could have FrontTrak, quattro, or quattro Avant options in that time. The Avant couldn’t be had with a manual, but the sedan could, and there were several trim packages that dress up the appearance of the A4 as well. Today’s example has the 18″ Sport Package, which gave you (wait for it) 18″ wheels, sport suspension, and front sport seats, and it’s got the manual transmission option ticked.
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Model: Audi A4 2.0T quattro
Engine: 2.0 liter turbocharged inline-4
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 70,000 mi
Location: Gig Harbor, Washington
Price: $12,000 Buy It Now
2011 Audi A4 quattro TFSI MT6
This one looks sharp in Brilliant Red over black leather, and the Sport Package wheels and lowered suspension give an S4 look without being too over-the-top. It’s just a nice looking sedan. Mileage is below average, but I’d argue so is condition too – the paint looks like it could be improved with a day of detailing, but there’s a lot of bolster wear on the driver’s seat. It’s tough to tell what other options this one has; it looks like it’s got the navigation system and upgraded audio, but that’s about it – it has the standard lights, for example. Pricing is about mid-level for a B8 A4; not the highest I’ve seen, but far from the lowest as well. At $12,000, though, you’re not far from S4 pricing – and I’d probably try to save up a bit more to buy one of those if I wanted a B8.