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Sunday, April 23, 2006 

2006 Audi A4 3.2 Avant Review

Author: KOT

Usually you wouldn't expect much from a refresh, but the 2006
Audi A4 3.2 Avant has enough updates to be called new. Available
as a Sedan or Avant wagon, it is based on the same platform and
uses all the traditional Audi strengths while adding some flair
to both exterior and interior design. The intention was to bring
brand image into focus in North American market. And the result,
2006 Audi A4 3.2 Avant, definitely offers some attitude.

First impression of the car is its looks and the 2006 Audi A4
3.2 Avant makes a good one. Although not the only new exterior
feature, the most obvious, of course, is the 'single frame'
grille, inspired by the Audi Nuvolari quattro concept car. The
car's front is now unmistakable. The A4 has also grown a little,
by 41 mm for the sedan, and with that came slightly more room
for the rear-seat passengers.

Speaking of the interior. As unlikely as it may sound, Audi has
actually made some improvements to the cabin. Being a benchmark
for automotive interiors for some time now, they have managed to
find even richer textures, more pleasing materials and more
exquisite tailoring to keep up with the reputation for supreme
comfort and style. There is also a full range of safety
technologies on board, including side-curtain airbags, a smart
electronic stability control system and stronger side impact

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