Audi A4 1.8T: Compact Executive Sedan, A Powerful 'Quattro' All-Wheel Drive

Jan 30, 2017 09:28 PM EST | Hem Cervantes

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The small and luxurious European sports wagons are a unique breed targeted to offer a great sports-sedan performance and functionality of a sport-utility vehicle. The supercars can reach 200,000 miles, but most early 1980s, the cars never got near this figure.

The Audi A4 1.8T is a Sedan with four doors and a front mounted engine transmitting the power of the wheels to the front. The A4 1.8T is one of the models Audi's B5 range. It is powered by a double overhead camshaft. It has a 1.8 liters turbocharged, four-cylinder motor with five valves per cylinder motor, which develop power and torque figures of 148 bhp and 210 Nm at 1750-4600 rpm consequently.

The 5-speed manual box supplies the power to the wheels. It weighs a claimed 1255 kg at the curb with maximum stated speed is 221 kilometers per hour. The 2.8-liter engine has dual overhead cams with five valves per cylinder which pump out its maximum torque or pulling power at 3,200 rpm.

The car's manual transmission allows the driver to get the most out of the 190 horsepower. The V6 Quattro system splits power equally between front and rear wheels it even improves the balance of the car in dry cornering. The V6 Quattro is especially effective if the pavement is wet and greasy. Aside from its tailored styling, the most notable specs are its high-energy performance system. On the open road, it cruises quietly and smoothly free of fussiness and vibration.

The car's interior is an off-white leather seat made the cabin looks open and airy. The dark-blue dash and door panels are adding a feeling of elegance and richness. The Walnut wood trims on the dash while console and door panels are a nice counterpoint.

The Audi A4 1.8T is a great sports Sedan. It offers comfort to the passenger and the driver, which the power windows and mirrors automatic. It has a climate control and a cruise control. It also owns an AM/Fm stereo and keyless entry.

 

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