2002 Audi A4
119,840 Miles
$4,975

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2002 Audi A4
139,360 Miles
$3,799

Waukegan, IL
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2002 Audi A4
164,000 Miles
$2,999

Posen, IL
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2002 Audi A4
106,466 Miles
$3,895

Toms River, NJ
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2002 Audi A4
122,608 Miles
$6,495

Happy Valley, OR
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2002 Audi A4
180,928 Miles
$3,999

Frankford, DE
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2002 Audi A4
112,000 Miles
$4,000

Feasterville Trevose, PA
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2002 Audi A4
$1,300

Harvey, IL
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2002 Audi A4
120,473 Miles
$2,995

Rock Hill, SC
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2002 Audi A4
175,346 Miles
$2,950

Rock Hill, SC
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2002 Audi A4
$2,200

Joppa, MD
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2002 Audi A4
152,305 Miles
$2,995

American Fork, UT
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2002 Audi A4
140,547 Miles
$4,600

Bloomington, CA
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2002 Audi A4
191,500 Miles
$2,499

San Antonio, TX
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2002 Audi A4
134,592 Miles
$3,500

Colorado Springs, CO
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2002 Audi A4
170,000 Miles
$3,450

Vancouver, WA
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2002 Audi A4
120,000 Miles
$4,500

Hayward, CA
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2002 Audi A4
85,663 Miles
$5,995

Sacramento, CA
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2002 Audi A4
126,441 Miles
$4,999

Mineral Wells , TX
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2002 Audi A4
138,000 Miles
$3,995

Milwaukie, OR
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2002 Audi A4 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.0
2 Reviews
Overall
3.0
Value
2.5
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.5
Reliability
2.0

2002 Audi A4 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2002 Audi A4 - Decent Car for the Price but Expensive to Repair

KJ
Austin, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
1.0
I lowered this car, and she sat really pretty. Honestly, German engineering and styling is beautiful. The Audi was 10+ years old but still looked absolutely beautiful and stunning. It drove fine, the turbo never gave out on me, and it was enough to provide a decent amount of power and fun (~180 horsepower). Maintenance was an absolute pain, repairs cost both an arm and a leg. I sucked it up and paid for everything that went wrong because the car just looked so nice, I miss her a lot. Some things that I had to repair were the water pump, timing belt, driving belt, steering, motor mounts, suspension, etc.
Story
Austin, TX - tearing through roads on Lamar Blvd and surrounding back roads.
Pros
It just looked amazing, not much more I can say about how it looked. It was sporty and luxurious in one package. The Bose sound system packed a punch, absolutely destroyed my eardrums and I loved it. Another thing that I loved was the aftermarket suspension I put in it, car drove like a dream.
Cons
Maintenance and repairs were so expensive that it was not funny. Labor for German cars are both expensive and time consuming. I don't know why the Germans made their cars so hard to work on. Even replacing a simple car battery was a hassle, there was some stupid metal bar that prevented you from taking the battery directly out of the car. I guess you have to pay for luxury.

2002 Audi A4 - Looks great. Make sure to maintain well.

Misty
New York, New York
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
The Audi A4 B6 1.8 Turbo is an amazing daily driver if you perform regular maintenance and pay attention to the dash. The car is super snappy, offering a decent amount of low-end quickness perfect for local runs. The tiny 1.8 turbo engine saves gas like none other, but it is prone to oil buildup, so make sure you use recommended synthetic. The appearance of this car remains fairly modern, and the interior still functions like a newer vehicle. The rounded tail light is reminiscent of a few porches, and many parts are interchangeable with Volkswagen. At around 80,000 miles, many internals must be replaced so try to purchase one with very low miles or after 100,000 miles because the repairs are pricey. If you find a decent mechanic and diy a few projects, this can be a very pleasant and h... (more)
Story
The Audi brand will always turn heads, and it still remains modern and luxurious.
Pros
The exterior, gas saving engine, sunroof, and front and rear climate control.
Cons
Turbo lag and engine sludge.

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