Audi has facelifted its most desirable A4, the S4 cabriolet, in line with the rest of the range
9 November 2005

Audi has announced prices and specifications for the facelifted A4 Cabriolet range, which goes on sale next month for delivery in March next year.

The range is headed by the £42,980 339bhp S4, whose 4.2-litre V8 engine powers all four wheels and powers the cabrio from rest to 62mph in 5.9sec – or 6.2sec for the optional Tiptronic auto – on its way to an electronically limited 155mph maximum.

If you can’t stretch to an S4, then the rest of the cabrio range costs from £25,730-£32,735 and is available in three trim specifications. Base trim includes alloys, electric canvas roof and a CD player, but for an extra £750 you can opt for a Sport model with larger wheels and sports seats.

A further £1650 buys S line trim, which now includes leather trim (previously part-leather) and satellite navigation. If you want the new S line body styling kit, which comprises remodelled front and rear bumpers and a new grille, you’ll have to fork out another £750.

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