We are currently finishing up our test-drive of the 2010 Audi S4 and figured its time to give you guys a little update. Today we’ll give you a peak around the inside of the 2010 S4.
There is no doubt that Audi has one of the best interiors in the industry in terms of quality, functionality and ergonomics. Our test-model is equipped with Audi’s third-generation MMI system with a hard-drive based Navigation system including voice control and SIRIUS traffic updates. The system will cost you an additional $2,500 over the base $47,300 price of the S4. Opt for the genuine silk nappa leather seats (extremely comfortable) and get ready to cash out another $1,000. A Bang & Olufsen premium sound system will run you $850 while carbon atlas interior inlays will cost you an additional $500.
Even with standard interior features, the 2010 Audi S4 looks aesthetically pleasing. The car features a standard 60/40 split-folding rear seat allowing you to stuff more luggage, skis or golf bags in your cargo area. Other standard interior features include Bluetooth connectivity, Homelink remote transmitter, iPod connectivity, 3-spoke leather multifunction steering, three-zone climate control and a glass sunroof.
Comparing that to the 2010 Audi S4’s key competitor, the BMW 335xi, Audi definitely eats BMW for lunch.
2010 Audi S4 (Weekly Test-Drive):
– By: Omar Rana
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