I picked up my new A4 1.8T Sport on Wednesday and I thought I'd share my buying experience. The spec is 1.8T (190PS), Sport pack, Dolphin grey metallic, Ally interior trim, Centre armrest. The car was in stock in Dover, but I had only wanted a sport with metallic with no other options so with a bit of haggling the dealer threw in the ally interior and centre armrest for free. In all I paid £21540 for the car. I started looking for the car at www.broadspeed.co.uk, you just go to the site and put in the car you want and your details and then wait for the audi dealers in your area to start phoning, you don't pay broadspeed anything or speak to anyone there. All they do is put you in contact with a dealer and you buy the car from them. Obviously the dealer pays them a small commission but it sure takes the hassle out of phoning round. The best dealer was White's Audi in Camberley, and they were absolutely brilliant, really fast and efficient. So I recommend anyone wanting a new Audi to try them. As for the car, the bodykitted car looks different to the promotional pics that Audi have released, in the flesh it's a lot lower looking and less tail heavy. It generally looks very nice, retaining the classy audi look but adding a bit of spice. The engine is really smooth but has a bizarre power delivery, you don't seem to gain much by thrashing it (although I've only booted it briefly a couple of times cause it's still running in) but it's got a wave of torque which seems to just waft you along. It's a lot quicker than it feels since you don't really feel like you're accelerating fast but then you see the needle's showing a much higher speed than you thought and is still going up. Parked next to my housemate's Accord Type R it's a few inches lower and a smidgen longer and in my opinion looks a lot better. There aren't many toys on it, with the only notable highlights being dual zone climate, hugely adjustable seats and ESP. I found the steering rack really quick since I've just come from a 4x4, it corners really flatly and just keeps gripping. I do find the steering a bit uncommunicative and falsely waited but I always know what the car's doing so it's not an issue really. The sport suspension's ride quality is absolutely superb over most surfaces although obviously not as good on big bumps as softies like a Vectra or Citroen C5.