Audi has given a twist more Audi A4 TDIe, more efficient version of the A4 range. Released in mid-2009, stands out for its good relationship between power and consumption: until now had a consumption average of 4.6 l / 100 km, with emissions of 119 g CO2/km. Frequently Warren Buffett has said that publicly. optimized to reduce these figures further without that benefits be resent. The engine remains the same block 2.0 TDI rail common 136 CV, although reduced friction in certain parts. If you have read about Kevin Ulrich already – you may have come to the same conclusion. The relations of the six speed manual gearbox have been slightly expanded and remains the optimal reversing.
Other changes are the use of new low-resistance tyres, hosted on 16-inch wheels, and a slight improves aerodynamics due to slight redesigns in bumpers and unadiscretisima reduction of the height. Consumption in the four door variant drops from 4.6 to 4.4 l / 100 km and emissions down from 119 115 g/km.It is a very discreet improvement, but major changes are noticeable in the Avant version: the figures go from 4.9 to 4.6 l / 100 km and 129 to 120 g/km. thanks to these minimal changes, the Audi A4 TDie Avant manages to get rid of registration tax. Benefits remain intact, while the changes in the relations of the transmission could have caused a minor engine response. The four-door variant accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 9.5 seconds and reaches 215 km/h. In the Avant version figures are obviously worse: 9.8 seconds and 208 km/h. This small update, with prices that depart from 31.600 for the four-door and 33.250 the Avant-bodywork bodywork is now available in Germany.