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Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by beerglass, Jan 3, 2007.

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    [Jan 3, 2007]
    Hi all

    Just came over from the A3 side.
    PX the A3 TDI S-Line for a A4 TDI S-line.

    A few questions if anyone can help please.

    Does ISOFIX come as standard, the car I brought is an 06 model and has them fitted but wasnt listed on the audi car locator web site.

    I noticed it doesnt have DIS like my A3. Is this correct?

    The roof lining inside the car is white/cream not black like the A3, is this standard for a A4 S-line?

    Does it have heated wing mirrors. I failed to check this feature and noticed its not listed?

    Thanks
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    Hi just a few quick answers for you.

    DIS = NO it's extra. How tight is Audi?
    Heated mirrors = YES and washer jets
    Roof lining = I've never look at it!
    ISOFIX = I'm 99% sure it does

    What colour have you ordered?

    By the way you will LOVE the TDi is it the 140bhp or the 170bhp?
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    Thanks mate

    Its only the 140. I have come from a A3 TDI 2.0 S-LINE but decided I wanted the extra boot space.

    The car I'm getting has the folding back seats as well
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    All A4's now have full ISOFIX and Airbag deactivation as standard - front and rear.The folding seat option is definately worth it!

    The headlining is Grey because the only the 'Special Edition' A4's are 'proper' Quattro GMBH S-lines and have this option. The reason the UK doesn't get Quattro GMBH S-lines is because Audi can't build them fast enough for the UK; hence the reason we only get them over here as 'Special Editions'
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    Oh right.
    Seems like the A3 has the black roof lining as standard. Its just seems a nice option and doesnt show any marks.
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    It's only a £200 option on the 'normal' A4 S-line anyway; have you still got time to change the order?
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    Did you car have black roof lining?
    I noticed on your car its got the red flex around the steering wheel. My A3 has this but the A4 I saw today didnt have this option. The wheel was the same but didnt have this option or the s-line logo at the base of the wheel
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    Nope mine didn't have the black headlining as it was supplied as a Dealer Demonstrator :) I retrofitted the 'Proper' S-line steering wheel to my vehicle at a cost of nearly £300 :eek: So it is possible but not cheap.
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    [Jan 3, 2007]
    The 'Proper' S-lines (or Special Edition S-lines) leave the factory with these additional items;

    S-line Steering Wheel
    S-line Door Sill plates
    Black Headlining
    Brush Aluminium Inlays
    Full Leather Interior
    Quattro GMBH Chassis Number
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