Used 2003 AudiA4 1.8T

  • VIN: WAULC68E23A243196
  • Stock: 82558B
On The Lot
at Audi Seattle
Location Details
Mileage
46,699 miles
Fuel Economy
19.0/28.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
White
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Sedan/5 seats
Transmission
5 speed automatic
Drivetrain
quattro all-wheel drive
Engine
1.8L I-4 cyl
Audi A4

Highlighted Features

  • Automatic temperature control
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Headlight cleaning
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Security system
  • Alloy wheels
  • Heated door mirrors

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

*QUATTRO*, *AWD*, SUPER LOW MILES!!!, *FULLY INSPECTED AND DETAILED*, *HARD TO FIND!*, *LOCAL TRADE IN*, *POWER WINDOWS*.

Every vehicle comes with a thorough inspection report, Carfax history report and market evaluation. Many of our vehicles sell within the first 14 days so we highly encourage you to call to check availability.


2003 Audi A4 White 1.8T quattro quattro I4 5-Speed Automatic with Overdrive and Tiptronic

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4Out of 5
  • Most expensive light bulb on the planet!

    By Traxn on Monday, April 07, 2008

    2.0
    I really like driving my A4, but the cost of repairs is just ridiculous. My Xenon headlight blew out last week and the bulbs are not easy to find in your typical auto parts stores. After unsuccessfully trying to locate one (I suppose I could have used various message boards to locate a cheaper option) I was forced to go to the dealer to get a bulb. The cost was $200.50 for the bulb! Then, as the service manager was trying to install it for me (you gotta take the entire headlight out) we saw that the igniter/ballast going to the bulb was most likely the original cause of the bulb going out because it was burned up/melted. They located that part on their computer and it is $650.00! That, with $99 for 1 hour of labor makes a total of $949.50 for a LIGHT BULB! A few other things. The dipstick is made of cheap fibery kind of plastic, and whoever changes the oil in it (or checks the oil) needs to apply a little force to get it all the way to the bottom of the engine. Doing so causes the plastic to become weak halfway up the dipstick resulting in breakage. I am on my 3rd dipstick now in just about 3 years, and at $23 a pop it's just ridiculous that they don't have something better. Last thing is you gotta buy the wiper blades from the dealer to (read: expensive) because they're not stocked in auto parts stores. The bottom line is, Audi's look nice, so look at them online or in a showroom. Then go buy a Honda or a Toyota. If you really want the A4, go lease a new one because then any issues are Audi's problem and not yours. DO NOT, under any circumstances, purchase a used A4!
  • Take care of your car, ur car will take care of u

    By Homer "Mr Plow" on Friday, July 30, 2010

    5.0
    Here's the deal a car is a car, you treat poorly, it's going to run poorly. If you take care of it, it will take care of you. I have had my A4 1.8 turbo for 9 years now, has it had it's share of recalled parts, YES. Has it left me stranded, YES. The first time it left me stranded was due to recalled ignition coils, fixed for free (parts, labor, and towing)The next time it left me stranded was due to a timing belt issue which Audi paid for everything. . .after a class action lawsuit. The last time was due to a fuel pump going out at 285,000 miles. "Is this normal for this to go out?" I asked the mechanic. "Probably, we've never had a car with that kind of mileage on it." I now have 323,000 miles on it, I take it to the dealer to have all work done on it. It's probably a little more $$, but they also know the cars the best. Work done in the past 9 years: oil changes every 3000 (i don't care what the manual says) Timing belt every 90K miles (that's 4 belts) Ignition coils, Fuel pump, 3 windshields, 4 sets of wheels (I bend rims a lot) 6 sets of Tires, 3 sets of headlights (i always drive with my lights on) 1 set of brake disks, 4 sets of brake pads. . .Basic stuff. The still looks new and drives like new. Interior is great except one small crack in the leatherette (fake leather) drivers seat. All gauges and electrical works, the in-dash display faded out at the 120,000 mile mark, I hear that is common with these cars, I may replace it one day. I plan on hitting the 1,000,000 mile mark with this car. I've taken care of it. . . So far it's been taking car of me. Total cost over the past 9 year approx. $12,000 Agressive Colorado Driver
  • A quality car for the price

    By DJ on Monday, November 07, 2011

    3.0
    This has been my favorite car I have owned, and I have owned a lot of cars. I bought mine used with 85,000 miles on it and the service was behind. This is the worst mistake you can make with an Audi. If you buy one used, make sure it has its scheduled maintenance documented or you will end up like me, constantly catching up on maintenance. I average 800-1200 per year on maintenance. The first year was the worst. Timing belt by the dealer-1400, electrical issue-600. Since then, minor things have averaged out to 4-500 per year. Overall, if I had bought one in excellent condition, would be a 4.5 out of 5, but mine could not score this high. Great car though and would highly recommend, IF IT HAS ITS MAINTENANCE DONE!
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