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The A4 is Audi's spirited and versatile mainstay, offering a combination of style and substance that keeps it highly competitive within its class. It is available in sedan, wagon (Avant) and Cabriolet body styles, with a choice between Audi's legendary quattro all-wheel drive system and FrontTrak front-wheel drive on sedans and Cabriolets. The A4 2.0T trims are outfitted with a 200 hp 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine; A4 3.2 trims get a 255 hp 3.2-liter V6; both engines feature FSI direct fuel injection. Available transmissions include a six-speed manual, six-speed automatic with Tiptronic and a seven-speed Multitronic CVT. Standard features on all A4 trims include electronic stability control, alloy wheels, power sunroof (except Cabriolets), automatic climate control and a 6-disc CD changer; 3.2 trims add heated front seats, leather upholstery and genuine wood trim elements. For 2008, the Audi A4 Sedan and Avant get a major visual upgrade; the S line exterior package is now standard, including revised bumpers, grille and integrated trunklid spoiler. As well, the 3.2 trims get new standard 18-inch alloy wheels. The Cabriolet remains largely untouched for 2008.