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What makes an S-Line different??

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by S3 Johnny, Aug 7, 2013.

  1. S3 Johnny
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    S3 Johnny The grass isn't always greener

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    [Aug 7, 2013]
    Hi guys.

    As some of you know I'm soon to be looking for a A4 cab.
    I want an 1.8T with heated leather.
    I've seen a few I like, some are S-Line and some are not just 1.8T.
    The thing is I can't tell the difference apart from some small S-Line badges.

    Can someone please shed some light on this and tell me the difference??

    Thanks Johnny
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    Not sure about the cabs Mate but the difference between ( I think they are called SE's in the UK ) and s lines are, apart from the badges and S line badged items like steering wheels and such, were the alloy wheels, spoilers, door blades & sports suspension. Up here in IKEA land they had only Prosport ( their version of SE ) and S-line.

    Not sure if any of this helps you.

    Cheers
    Allan
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    front bumpers are sometimes SE bumpers even if the car is an s-line
    so dont think its been in a bump or anything just the way audi did the cabs

    the seats are more sporty 3 spoke steering wheel
    wheels 18" s-line a bit lower
    and thats it realy
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    [Aug 7, 2013]
    According to the B7 A4 spec guide i have, it lists all standard equipment that ALL B7 A4s have, then lists:-

    the SE trim
    SE.jpg

    the S line trim
    S Line.jpg

    the S line Special Edition
    S Line Special Edition.jpg

    the S4
    S4 Spec.jpg

    it then goes onto Quattro, saying that its available for ALL B7 A4s, and is std on the S4.

    hope that helps :)

    goose
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    Thanks goose.

    Great info on both threads :)
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    you're welcome mate - it's not often i get to help lol, but when i got my car the previous owner gave me the 54 page original Audi B7 A4 Pricing and Specification Guide.. and its awesome for this kind fo stuff :)

    goose
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    Thanks for that G00se feel even better now knowing I have upgraded special edition two tone leather seats in my s-line. Cheers pal. 👍
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    Mine are two tone as well.. Black and Black :)
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    [Sep 12, 2013]
    Goose,
    Would you happen to have the info for the Cabriolet Sport?
    I've just got one, and am trying to fix the definition.
    Thanks,
    Tom
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    what year is your car ?
    also what steering wheel has it got ?
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    [Sep 13, 2013]
    Sport is usually the same or similar to s-line... that's what I've gathered from b6's and a3's anyway, haven't actually looked at b7 sport's.
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    [Sep 13, 2013]
    I didn't realise the "Sport" designation was used on the B7. I thought that was taken over by "S-Line".
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    [Sep 13, 2013]
    Good point; I keep thinking the Cab is grouped with the saloon and Avant, but this reminds me that the Cab was later to change.
    I have an '07 Cab, so might not be in the catalogue that Goose has. But I'm scrabbling for a definition of the spec, so any info is useful.
    The steering wheel I have is a three spoke, with a roller and button on each of the horizontal bars.

    [Edit: I can't help thinking that people have signatures turned off. Since the info on the left doesn't include the garage, I put my car description in the signature. But I've still be asked twice what I drive! ;) ]
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    [Sep 13, 2013]
    Sorry dude, can't help.. the brochure I have is for the Saloon and Avant only, I think the Cab had it's own seperate one...

    Brochure.jpg

    goose
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    [Sep 13, 2013]
    OK, thanks for checking.
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