Debadge S4 rear, or debadge just the 4 or leave alone?

p1tse

Registered User
I quite like my cars bebadged

Although I quite like the S badge, thoughts on just taking the 4 off?
 

S4_dan

Fire up the Quattro!
VCDS Map User
For me I'd leave the badge alone on a S4 or RS4.

I'm usually all for de-badging but I like the S4/RS4 badges.
 

deano1978

different gear
As above :thumbsup:
 

rjm180

Registered User
Don't de badge it mate. Why do you want to take it off?
 

krisavant

Registered User
If I had an s4 I'd leave the badge on and have a big chrome arrow pointing to it.

Leave it I say even though I like the smooth look myself.
 

s3_trev

Northern Ireland
Leave it on mate. That guy with both badges....wrong on so many levels. Nothing more stupid looking than A: A performance badge on a lesser model, B: ADDITIONAL badges
 

Jimmy TDI

Pro Tinkerer
Guy at my local chippy has an S4 badge one side and 2.0TDI the other :huh: ****** wannabe, was telling me all his mates said to take the S4 badge off and I can see why haha.

I saw an A6 saloon with an R8 badge on the back yesterday




I like to debadge all my cars, but if I had something special I would keep them
 

rjm180

Registered User
Exactly this

If I had an s4 I'd leave the badge on and have a big chrome arrow pointing to it.

Leave it I say even though I like the smooth look myself.
 

GeoffDunk

Registered User
I wouldn't dream of removing my S4 badge as its simple and looks good. If I had a different model I may consider a de-badge. Love the small front grill one too.

Oddly enough, I have seen loads of S4's with an S4 on the left of the boot lid (as expected) and a Quattro badge on the right. I don't have the Quattro badge and I have seen plenty of others that don't.

Do people add these are they an option of some sort?

Also, the V8 badges have grown on me although I thought a little tacky, now I am proud of the 8 cylinders and wouldn't dream of removing these either.
 

warren_S5

Moderator
Moderator
VCDS Map User
I like the smooth look, but the problem with debadging is that people who don't know cars will just assume (despite all the design touches) it's a lower model. I say leave it on, but then I'm getting rid of the V6T badges and replacing them with OEM S/C badges
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I love excessive non model specific over-badging...
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PetrolDave

Registered User
If I had an s4 I'd leave the badge on and have a big chrome arrow pointing to it.

Leave it I say even though I like the smooth look myself.
+1

It's an S4, be proud of the fact.
 

p1tse

Registered User
Thanks all

I quite like the subtle, understated looks
But the car is very much like that anyway
So have decided to keep it on :)
 

p1tse

Registered User
I've always quite liked the clean and understated look
Have debadged my previous cars
 
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