Audi RS4 Avant Inverness

The beautiful flat-bottomed leather steering wheel, figure-hugging sports seats and perfect driving position make the cabin feel genuinely special, while the throaty rumble of the V8 sets the RS4 apart. In the following article, you will learn more details about the car in Inverness.

Dicksons Of Inverness Ltd
01463 712800
28-34 Carsegate Road
Inverness

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Ken'S
01463 717616
15B Harbour Road
Inverness

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Donald Mackenzie Ltd
01463 235777
62 Seafield Road
Inverness

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Highland Audi
01463 232255
35 Harbour Road
Inverness

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John R Weir
01463 238008
Longman Road
Inverness

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Bannerman Seat
01463 222841
44 Harbour Road
Inverness

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Alistair Macpherson
01463 714448
21 Seafield Road
Inverness

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Cattanach Car Dealers
01463 717200
13 Carsegate Road
Inverness

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Delmore Cars Ltd
01463 231214
Inverness

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Corrie Motors
01463 226000
52 Harbour Road
Inverness

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Audi RS4 Avant

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A power struggle between the big three German motor manufacturers gave rise to the incredible RS4 in 2006. The previous generation of the flagship A4 had picked up where the old RS2 left off, and was only available as a practical Avant estate.

With a 375bhp 2.7-litre bi-turbo V6 engine, this model had kept Audi at the top of the performance load-carrier class – but when production came to an end in 2001, RS4 fans faced a five-year wait for its replacement.

It was worth it, though, because this car saw the RS4 come of age. Offered in saloon, Avant and Cabriolet bodystyles, it had a spec sheet to make its competitors tremble.

The centrepiece of the newcomer was a mighty 4.2-litre V8 that produced 414bhp and a muscular 430Nm of torque. Bulging wheelarches leave you in no doubt about its potential, although these are blended with tidy detailing to provide a well judged mixture of aggression and subtlety for which modern Audis are now famous. And from behind the wheel, it’s easy to see why this car
features in our greatest quattros line-up.

The beautiful flat-bottomed leather steering wheel, figure-hugging sports seats and perfect driving position make the cabin feel genuinely special, while the throaty rumble of the V8 sets the RS4 apart. In terms of driver involvement, it remains one of the best quattro models ever – the sharp handling, agility and breathtaking traction made it a stern rival to the BMW M3 and Mercedes C63 AMG.
Despite excellent body control, there’s a suppleness to the suspension that means the Audi isn’t as hard to live with as you might expect. Hi-tech options included ceramic brakes, while the standard Sport button sharpened the throttle response and improved the wonderful exhaust note.

If production hadn’t ceased last year, the car would still be vying for class honours in this ultra-competitive sector. And that’s why we can’t wait to find out what an RS4 version of the latest A4 will have to offer!

Audi RS4 Avant