Our Opinion - 2022 Audi A4 Review

Even though we’ve only driven the S4 version of the A4 because since the refresh, it shows the car’s overall excellence, regardless of the engine. While the S4’s strong turbocharged V-6 engine is absent from other A4 models, this sedan’s appeal extends far beyond its engine.

The A4’s build and quality materials are outstanding across the board. However, considering the price, the lack of driver assist features is a disappointment. However, with those options, the A4 becomes a pleasant road trip companion as well as a reliable daily driver. Even though the S4 is a lot of fun, the benchmark A4 can dance just as well on a back road.

The A4 Allroad is a continuation of Audi’s wagon heritage. However, the lifted suspension of this rugged long-roof makes it less enjoyable to drive. Although it may be sacrilege to recommend a collaboration over a wagon, the Audi Q5 offers more convenience at a reduced price of entry than the A4 Allroad.

The A4 is the best gas-powered alternative in a market where electric vehicles are dominating the luxury compact sedan segment. It’s a well-designed vehicle that offers a luxurious ride that’s both entertaining and up-to-date.

  • The Black Optic & Black Optic Plus packages, both of which are readily available, enhance the vehicle’s dark exterior appearance.
  • Models with a 45 TFSI engine come standard with sport suspension.
  • Consolidated packages of interior trim options are available.


  • Accelerates quickly 
  • Feels like a true luxury ride 
  • Exceptional craftsmanship and materials


  • Not equipped with industry-standard driver assistance technology

The Audi A4 has become a symbol of the deluxe compact sedan segment since introduction in the mid-1990s. Audi enthusiasts refer to the current model as the B9, which went on sale in 2017 & received a mid-cycle refresh in 2020. The A4 (and the S4 and Allroad variations) competes with the BMW 3 Series by trying to combine a refined decor with confident performance.

What does the acronym TFSI stand for? An overly complicated name for fuel injection, which is common in today’s gas-powered engines, is Turbocharged Fuel Stratified Injection (TFSI).

  • All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • Turbocharged I-4 2.0 litres
  • Dual-clutch automatic transmission
  • 201 hp/236 lb-ft of torque
  • 25/34 mpg on the highway, respectively (est)
  • Velocity (0-60 mph): 6.0 secs (est) (est)
  • All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • Turbocharged I-4 2.0 litres
  • Dual-clutch automatic transmission
  • 261 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque
  • The city/highway mpg: 24/31 (est)
  • 5 seconds for zero-to-60 mph acceleration (est)
  • All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • Turbocharged I-4 2.0 litres
  • Dual-clutch automatic transmission
  • 261 hp/273 lb-ft of torque
  • 24/31 mpg city/highway mpg (est)
  • 5.7 seconds 0-60 mph acceleration (est)
  • All-Wheel Drive (AWD)
  • The 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 engine
  • Automatic transmission with eight forward speeds.
  • The engine produces 349 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.
  • mpg (miles per gallon): 20 city, 28 highway (est)
  • 0-60 mph acceleration: 4.4 seconds (est)

The letters RS—which hold for Renn Athletics, or racing sport in German—adorn all of Audi’s most powerful cars.. We had an RS4 here previously, but it was quite popular. All-wheel drive with a performance tune, a 6 manual, and a R8 V-8 engine borrowed from the supercar made it a thrilling sports sedan. The RS6 superwagon, the RSQ8 uber-SUV, and the all-electric E-Tron RS will be part of Audi’s RS line – up in the U.s by 2022.

The RS4 hasn’t really been sold in the United States for several decades, regardless of the fact that it’s available in waggon form overseas—and it’s even more enticing in this form! The RS5 Sportback, a four-door coupe, is the closest Americans have to a sports car. That’s great, but we’d like to see the RS4 return to the US. As always, our fingers are firmly planted in the air.

There isn’t an A4 with two, but there is a close second—or is it even better? The Audi A5 shares nearly all of its mechanical components with the A4. However, the A4 coupe’s body is more svelte and dramatic. The A5 doesn’t have to be a coupe if you don’t want to. Audi offers it as a four-door Sportback with a coupé cargo bay, or as a soft-top Cabriolet. However, there is no North American equivalent of the high-performance RS5 model. Otherwise, the features & powertrains are virtually identical.

It is expected that the A4’s safety rating will be maintained in the 2022 model year. The NHTSA gave the 2021 Audi A4 a perfect five-star rating for overall safety. A 2021 Top Defensive Pick designation was also provided with LED projector headlights. Regardless, in every single crashworthiness test, every A4 model received a Good rating.

Audi’s PreSense Town safety system, which includes forward automatic braking and automatic braking, as well as automatic high-beams, is standard on all A4 models. In addition, there are a variety of optional and standard safety features available, such as adaptive cruise, lane departure assist, blind spot, and side cross traffic alerts.

When the standard 40/20/40 dual second-row seats are lowered, the trunk capacity of the A4 sedan increases to 12.0 cubic feet. With the 2nd seats up, the A4 Allroad has 24.2 cubic feet of cargo space, or 58.5 cubic inches when such seats are folded.

The Volvo S60’s front-row headroom is mildly less than 37.4 inches. The A4’s front legroom is slightly less than the S60’s (41.3 inches vs. 41.4 inches). The German has a second-row headroom of 37.4 inches, while the vehicle has a headroom of slightly and over 37.2 inches. Similarly, the A4 offers slightly more rear legroom than the S60, measuring 35.7 inches versus 35.2 inches.

The 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen will be standard on all 2022 Audi A4 models. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth audio streaming, and a built-in toll transponder are all available wirelessly. The Premium Plus & Prestigious trims add two additional USB ports to the second row, which are standard on all trims. All-digital gauge displays have been added to the Premium Plus & Prestige models, replacing the 7.0-inch screen found in the Premium models.

It’s only available on the Prestige model with built-in navigation. In addition to the included 10-speaker audio system, a Bang & Olufsen premium 19-speaker system is also available. Additionally, Audi is now providing recurring monthly access to a variety of additional services through the company’s new Connect Plus subscription service.

  • A4 Premium in 2022 by Audi
  • Alloy wheels, LED headlights & taillights, dual exhaust outlets.
  • Front seats are heated, and there is a sunroof with a 10.1-inch touchscreen for the entertainment system.
  • Convenience features include automatic climate control with three separate zones and keyless with push-button start.

This Year’s Audi A4 Top Quality Plus Model Year 2022:

  • 18-inch aluminium alloy wheels, LED headlight accents.
  • Interior: 12.3-inch gauge cluster exhibit, wireless device charger, leatherette trim on centre console & door armrests.
  • It has a 360-degree camera system, adaptive cruise control, and lane keep assist.

Audi A4 Prestige For The Year Of 2022:

  • Outside, you’ll find sound waves, front side window glass and high-end LED headlights with animation.
  • Interior features include a head-up display, heated rear seats, ventilated front seats, and premium audio.
  • In-dash navigation and partially autonomous parking assist are just two examples of the many features that make driving easier.
  • G-70
  • Aston Martin DB9
  • The Volvo S60 is a mid-size sedan.
  • Tesla’s third generation Model 3
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