The 2017 Audi A4 is Hard to Beat, but Don’t Just Take it From Us…Here’s Kelley Blue Book With a Road Test & Review

Kelley Blue Book is one of the most trusted names in the automotive industry, and today, KBB reviewer Zach Vlasuk shows off some choice features that make the 2017 Audi A4 an especially sweet buy for folks in New London, Groton, Westerly, Hartford, and Warwick, CT. If you’re looking for a sporty, elegant sedan that always has you seated in the lap of luxury, the A4 is an excellent contender. Check out the review below, then come see us in our showroom to start a review of your own!

Key Takeaways About the 2017 Audi A4

There are some things the 2017 Audi A4 does especially well, and we wanted to highlight them for you here:

  • Audi A4 quattro® grips the road snuggly while still cruising like you expect from a luxury sedan.
  • Combine that with a new, stiffer chassis for the 2017 year, and you’ve got crisp, responsive handling and a drive-feel that others simply can’t compete with.
  • Super quiet cabin, even on the highway.
  • Audi drive select allows you to choose your drive mode: Comfort, Auto, Dynamic, or Individual modes are available, because Audi knows no two drivers are exactly the same.
  • Driver-focused cockpit with plenty of soft-touch materials contrasted nicely by a generous array of standard and available tech, such as the Audi Virtual Cockpit.
  • Impressive trunk space! How much exactly? 13 cubic-feet of space—and that’s before the 60/40 split-folding rear seats are down!

We could sit here and list off impressive facts about the 2017 Audi A4 all day—and trust us, we’d have fun doing it—but what’s even more fun than reading a bunch of tempting features of the 2017 A4? Experiencing them for yourself. We invite you to come into our showroom for a test drive in the A4 today, so you can start looking forward to your daily drive tomorrow. After all, if you have to go somewhere every day, you might as well drive a new Audi.

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