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“A sunroof (on the sedan, obviously) and rear park assist are also standard”
“Selecting the $4,700 Premium Package adds most of the RS4’s remaining features”
“There’s but one trim and it’s fully-loaded”
The 2008 Audi RS4 lineup comes essentially fully loaded, and while definitely serving to drive the price up, it also guarantees that your Audi RS4 will be one of the most feature-packed vehicles on the road.
The standard features list on the 2008 Audi RS4 sedan is quite long, and on the Cabriolet, MyRide.com says “there’s but one trim and it’s fully-loaded.” On both variants of the Audi RS4, standard items include “xenon headlights, Recaro sport seats with power adjustments…and front seat heaters,” according to Edmunds. ConsumerGuide adds that the sedan features a “power sunroof,” while both convertible and sedan Audi RS4’s boast a “wireless cell phone link.”
For audiophiles, MyRide.com is pleased to report that the 2008 Audi RS4 Cabriolet “features a nine-speaker Bose sound system complemented by a six-disc CD changer and Sirius satellite radio service”; in addition, Audi throws in a “navigation system” and “host of creature comfort features.” Edmunds finds that the controls are “efficient,” though they also point out “the navigation system isn’t the most user-friendly design.”
Options are nonexistent on the Audi 2008 RS4 Cabriolet, but Cars.com says that “selecting the $4,700 Premium Package” on the Audi 2008 RS4 sedan “adds most of the RS4’s remain-ing features.” Edmunds writes that the Premium Package brings “auto-dimming mirrors, a navigation system, an upgraded Bose audio system with satellite radio,” and “heated rear seats,” which amounts to the standard spec on the Cabriolet. If all this seems a bit too much, ConsumerGuide finds Audi offers a “power sunroof delete” on the 2008 Audi RS4 sedan, which will save a bit of weight and free up some headroom.
The 2008 Audi RS4 has enough high-tech standard features to tempt even the most finicky driver.