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Published on Apr 21, 2010
The 2010 Audi A4 2.0 TFSI quattro that we test drove had a quartz gray metalic exterior and a pair of wicked cool front headlights set into an aggressively-styled front end.
I confess to growing up in a station wagon equipped family and thus to having a bias toward station wagons. But that aside, I loved how perfectly this wagon handled and liked the dual overhead cam (DOHC) equipped turbo charged power it delivered with a slight press from the sole of my slipon shoes.
The power delivered by the Audi A4 is appropriately married with various safety features, including "Sideguard" curtain airbags.
The A4 has what Audi calls a "Dynamic Shift Program," or DSP, which controls this sporty wagon's "Tiptronic" power transmission. This gives you all the benefits of the automatic transmission's ease-of-use, as well as the power to intervene and manually shift gears up and down with the tap of steering-wheel-mounted paddles.