Prices slashed for soft-roofed A4s
25 July 2005

The weather may have turned, but Audi is still in a summery mood and has announced that from now September 30th, A4 Cabriolet buyers will be able to upgrade to Sport specification - usually £750 for no extra cost.

Sport trim adds firmed-up suspension, sports seats, a leather-trimmed sports steering wheel and gear lever and an upgraded set of 17inch alloy wheels.

There's also a price cut for the S-line upgrades, down from £1950 to £1200. S-line adds 18inch alloys, sports suspension, 3-spoke steering wheel and leather trim.

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