The 2007 Audi S4 cabriolet, a redesigned version of the car that now features the same styling as the other Typ 8E/8H vehicles, will be available soon at a starting price of impressive $56,420 for a model with a six-speed manual, and $57,620 for a souped-up Audi S4 with a six-speed Tiptronic gearbox. Designed to compete against the German 2007 BMW 3-Series (E93) and the Swedish 2007 Saab 9-3 convertibles, the new convertible offers you high quality materials inside its somewhat tight cabin, high maneuverability, fast cornering and, of course, a choice of powerful engines.
That’s pretty heavy, since the standard 2007 Audi A4 Cabriolet will start at $39,820, the $720 destination charge included.
All the new vehicles now feature the same general styling, including that notorious single-frame corporate grille.
The cabriolets will receive new engines, as well. The A4 2.0 T model will come with a 200 hp turbocharged 4-cylinder FSI direct injection engine, which can be mated to either a Multitronic continuously variable transmission and FrontTrak, or with a six-speed Tiptronic and Quattro AWD system.
The A4 3.2 Cabriolet sports a 255 horsepower V6 FSI engine and comes with a six-speed Tiptronic and Quattro in standard package.
Much more powerful S4 models feature the new 4.2-liter V8, producing a maximum of 340 hp. The S4’s may be ordered with either a six-speed manual or Tiptronic automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.
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