2011 Audi S4 Owners Manual

2011 Audi S4 Owners Manual – We thought we’d miss the V8 that controlled the last-age 2011 Audi S4. Thought we’d pine for its 4.2-liter tune, its foundations thunder gathering dreams of Saturday night racing in Bavaria. However, things being what they are, the supercharged V6 in the 2011 Audi S4 is just as acceptable as its ancestor, and far better in certain respects. It quickens the S4 from zero to 60 quicker. It discharges tremendous force in the humblest pieces of the force band. With two less chambers, it sits farther back of the front hub and enables the S4 to accomplish a weight conveyance of 55 percent front/45 percent back. Also, it conveys the best efficiency in its group.

Performance and mpg

The 2011 Audi S4 is fueled by a supercharged 3.0-liter V6 that produces 333 pull and 325 pound-feet of force. Force is directed through Audi’s AWD framework, which includes a force split of 40 percent front/60 percent back. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, while a seven-speed double grip robotized manual (S tronic) is discretionary. A game back differential (which changes force between the back wheels) is also accessible.

2011 Audi S4 Owners Manual

2011 Audi S4 Owners Manual

2011 Audi S4 Safety

The 2011 Audi S4 comes standard with dependability and foothold control, automated stopping devices, front side airbags, side drapery airbags and slope hold for the manual transmission. Back side airbags are discretionary. Also discretionary is “Dynamic Braking Guard,” a component of the versatile voyage control. On the off chance that it distinguishes an up and coming impact, it alarms the driver and makes preparations for full halting force. In Edmunds brake testing, the S4 halted from 60 mph in a short 109 feet.

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2011 Audi S4 Driving

The 2011 Audi S4 is a sharp-taking care of vehicle, with persevering AWD footing and little body move to talk about. In spite of the fact that it corners phenomenally well, it also gives a sensibly comfortable ride. The discretionary Audi Drive Select framework drives the S4 into maximum capacity mode at the press of a catch. As an about $4,000 choice be that as it may, we’d skip it; the S4’s standard suspension, choke and controlling alignments will get the job done for most. The main drawback to the S4’s dealing with is its directing, which feels fake with now and then flighty weighting.


The Audi S4’s lodge is one of the most delightful in this class. The control design is alluring, if button-cheerful, and the seats are both steady and comfortable. Accessible two-tone shading plans include a touch of style.

The MMI controls are helpfully showed around the reassure mounted shifter on models furnished with the route framework. In any case, in S4s without route, the controls are mounted on the inside stack and coming to advance to work them is a problem. This MMI is also a more seasoned structure, with mediocre designs, more confounding menus and no joystick-like handle that makes certain information sources simpler.

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