Car of the Week - July 1, 2002

2002 Audi A4 3.0

ext

It IS getting better all the time. The 2002 Audi A4 3.0 has definately caught the pack of entry-level luxury sedans and has power to spare. We gave it a 6,000 ft challenge in the form of Northern California's High Sierras. Attaining the summit was not only effortless, it left both driver and vehicle jazzed and ready for more. With 45 percent greater torsional rigidity than the 2001 model, the curves flatten out behind you. Even with its weighty all wheel drive system, the V6 had torque to spare for high altitude passing. Equally delightful are the well tuned brakes with superb pedal feel and modulation.

int

The interior is sleek and elegant although we would move the cupholders and prefer the cobalt to the all-red instrumentation illumination. Rear seat passengers win as Audi added 1.3 inches to the wheelbase and an overall increase in length of 2.3 inches, causing a rear knee room to attain 34.3 inches. The sound system is excellent and almost every 2002 Audi now comes with an in-dash six-disc changer. We applaud the power front seats with a million settings as well as articulating headrests and a tilting/telescoping steering wheel. With its powerful, stable, and quiet ride prepare to be impressed as you test drive the nimble A4.

- Editor

Vehicle Links
New Vehicle Guide
Wow! The Web's Biggest and
Best New Vehicle Guide!

Please go to theMedia Toolsfor necessary media tools.

Get Windows Media Player

Use the Free Windows Media Player to view this show.

Archives
-->

Home | Buyers Guides By Make | New Car Buyers Guide | Used Car Super Search | Total New Car Costs | New Car and Truck Reviews
Automotive News | TACH-TV | Media Library | Discount Auto Parts

Copyright © 1996-2014 The Auto Channel. Contact Information, Credits, and Terms of Use. These following titles and media identification are Trademarks owned by The Auto Channel, LLC and have been in continuous use since 1987 : The Auto Channel, Auto Channel and TACH all have been in continuous use world wide since 1987, in Print, TV, Radio, Home Video, Newsletters, On-line, and other interactive media; all rights are reserved and infringement will be acted upon with force.

Privacy Statement | Size Does Matter | Media Kit | XML SITE MAP | Affiliates

Send your questions, comments, and suggestions to Editor-in-Chief@theautochannel.com.

Submit Company releases or Product News stories to submit@theautochannel.com.
Place copy in body of email, NO attachments please.

To report errors and other problems with this page, please use this form.

Link to this page: http://www.theautochannel.com/