DVD satellite navigation at reduced cost for A4 SE and S line, S4 quattro and RS 4 quattro models.
A significant reduction in the price of optional DVD satellite navigation has just made the route to an exceptionally well equipped Audi A4 even more accessible. Valid from this month, the new navigation offer brings the price of the much praised Audi system covering the whole of Western Europe down from £1,975 to £500 for all A4 SE and S line, S4 quattro and RS 4 quattro models registered by September 30th.
The comfort-oriented SE and more sporting S line upgrades also currently represent exceptional value, with the SE specification available at no extra cost and the S line sports trim at a reduced premium of £750 for cars registered by September 30th. These model lines continue to benefit from an alloy wheel upgrade to a 17-inch wheel for SE versions and an 18-inch for S line models.
A total of ten advanced petrol and TDI engines can be matched to these specification options, the latest line-up including the multiple award winning 2.0 TFSI petrol unit and the recently adopted 2.7 TDI and 3.0 TDI V6 diesels featuring state-of-the-art common rail piezo injection. Prices range from £19,915 OTR for the A4 2.0 SE to £30,065 OTR for the A4 Avant 3.0 TDI quattro S line.
Widely acknowledged as the most effective and user friendly system of its kind currently available, the Audi Satellite Navigation System Plus delivers maps from a single DVD covering the whole of Western Europe to a 6.5-inch high resolution colour monitor. It incorporates useful features such as a ‘bird’s eye view’ mapping option, split-screen functionality and TMC, which through information gathered from sensors mounted across the road network enables the system to take accidents and delays on a prescribed route into account and to automatically re-route around them wherever possible.
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