Second B9 RS4

Evil Derboy

Registered User
It's a run-out-model-parts-bin-raid to flog a few more RSs before the facelift. Same for the RS5 Audi Sport edition. Half of the previous options aren't available. The fact there's very few speccable options and no extended LED lighting as standard tells you everything you need to know about the reason this car exists.
 

NevMan

Well known member
It's a run-out-model-parts-bin-raid to flog a few more RSs before the facelift. Same for the RS5 Audi Sport edition. Half of the previous options aren't available. The fact there's very few speccable options and no extended LED lighting as standard tells you everything you need to know about the reason this car exists.

I believe the main reason the options are limited more down to WLTP, and the need to “certify” all the options, hence why many manufacturers (Audi included) are offering “packages” and much less individual options.
 

RGBARGEE

Well-Known Member
It's a run-out-model-parts-bin-raid to flog a few more RSs before the facelift. Same for the RS5 Audi Sport edition. Half of the previous options aren't available. The fact there's very few speccable options and no extended LED lighting as standard tells you everything you need to know about the reason this car exists.
That is true and no significant difference from earlier 18 model. Was it a good deal? Time will tell but good px and big discount made for 18 months of ‘cheap ‘ RS4 Motoring.
 

Snake Pliskin

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Supporter
Latest model and 69 reg.
No nets on seat backs, no colour LED, no spare wheel. It is the latest sport model and seemed a good deal. Daytona was the only colour choice with Comfort and Sound.

Well it definitely looks a good deal and daytona sure is a nice colour - can't fault you mate & enjoy the new car:icon thumright:
 

Evil Derboy

Registered User
I believe the main reason the options are limited more down to WLTP, and the need to “certify” all the options, hence why many manufacturers (Audi included) are offering “packages” and much less individual options.

If that were the case then those same options would have dissapeared across or been combined with packages across the entire range. Audi aren't going to nix a very lucrative business model in attracting additional spend on option just because they can't be bothered certifying them for WTLP.
 
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