Audi A4 2.0 TFSI - BALANCE OF POWER
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Efficiency is the watchword with the 2.0 TFSI engine. It manages to generate strong performance but by scaling down its combustion processes when the throttle pedal isn't being stamped into the engine bay, it can achieve over 47mpg on the combined cycle when teamed with the 8-speed Multitronic CVT transmission. That's very good going indeed for a vehicle with this kind of pace and emissions of 140g/km will also be very beneficial.
Strong residual values are also likely to materialise for the A4 2.0 TFSI based around the general esteem in which the market holds Audi products and the decidedly reasonable running costs for what is a respectably rapid medium compact executive car.Summary
Given carte blanche and a bottomless bank account, the temptation to choose an exorbitantly expensive and ludicrously powerful car would be tough for most of us to resist. In the real world, however, where big power comes with big financial penalties, around 200bhp seems a good fit in a medium-sized car. Audi's A4 2.0 TFSI fits that bill and is a car it's very easy to like. 208bhp, 0-62mph in under seven seconds and 47mpg fuel economy should make happy reading for buyers with around £30,000 to spend.
Audi's technological expertise has been exercised on the 2.0 TFSI engine and mated to the A4 platform, it looks a real winner. The car offers space and build quality that can't be bettered at the price, along with competitive driving dynamics and plenty of desirability. The engine is smooth, ruthlessly efficient and genuinely enjoyable. The A4 2.0 TFSI will be enough to extinguish the desire for more power in many, persuading them that enough is enough.
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