2000 Audi A4 consumer reviews

$23,990 starting MSRP
side view of 2000 A4 Audi
75% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.1
  • Interior design 4.0
  • Performance 4.1
  • Value for the money 3.4
  • Exterior styling 3.9
  • Reliability 3.6
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3.7

Fun to drive 2000 Audi A4.

This car met all of my needs. 5 belted positions inside. The vinyl seats are comfortable. You can't beat the performance and wet traction of this car that you can haul people with too.

3.1

Fun car to drive

excellent engine line-up, the A4 was ready to take the fight to the BMW 3-series and the Mercedes C-class. Indeed, this model is really excellent

4.9

Great Car

Fun to drive in any weather. The four wheel drive makes it a beast in the snow. the Turbo makes it great on the highway.

4.7

one of the best Audi's ever

I have owned couple B5 A4's over the years. Great car, so balanced and fun. The 96 - 01 Audi A4 is probably the best A4 generation ever.

4.6

Quattro is impressive in the snow and rain

Bought the Audi new as a reliable daily driver. It has been a great car especially in the snow With all season tires it works fine but if you add snow tires and Quattro all wheel drive it is unstoppable in the snow. Great fit and finish especially the interior has held up very well.

1.0

Stay away

I've never owned a car that breaks down so frequently. There is a new problem every time I turn around that is really expensive to fix. This is the least reliable car I've ever owned. Its pathetic how many problems it has.

4.0

Audi A4 rocks!

I bought this new in November of 99. It has 124,678 miles and it is great!Its amazing for the family and luxurious to! To think I got this for only $28,000!Great reliability!Have 124,678 miles and only has had a few difficulties with the brakes! But besides that I love this outstanding car so buy an Audi!The new ones cost about the same!

4.6

Overall most enjoyable vehicle I''ve driven.

Have owned this car for over 8 years; handles superbly to many other similarly classed vehicles I had/rented. Very few problems with reliability and wear. Steering is predictable, Gear ratios are good. I've never felt the engine to be laboring. Hey, kick in that Turbo now and then. If you need to replace tires, I don't recommend the Continentals (which my car came with); went through 2 sets in 50K miles. Switched to Fuzions, stiffer ride in my opinion; cornering seems a bit stiffer and more upright also. Read the manual on the theft/alarm system-got myself locked in my own car for 10 minutes on a bright, hot sunny day. How embarassing. Been driving 44 years, and I'd buy another one tomorrow.

2.9

Stay Away!!!

Here's a breakdown of replacements... Belt Tensioner & Serpentine Belt 33,484 miles Engine Coolant Temp. Sensor 39,034 miles Brake Disc & Lining 54,706 TIMING BELT/ ENGINE 59,931 Left FT CV Boot 70,238 Faulty Cooling Fan 71,418 Outter Tie Rod Ends 77,644 Right FT CV Boot 83,824 All 4 Front Upper Links 87,269 Rear Window Motor 89,988 Rear Window Motor 97,000 And my car is setting at the dealership with another BROKEN TIMING BELT/ENGINE after only 37,000 miles ($8000) and the driver front window motor is going out. DO YOUR HOMEWORK!!!!

3.6

Great Car, Reliable but Costly Maintenance

Bought the car used in 2003 with 40k, at 130k now in 2008. Never a dissapointment in its performance, acceleration or handling, the quattro system truly lives upto its name in any/all weather conditions. The leather interior has held up well, no electronical failures in the dash, speakers still crisp, and no issues with power to heated seats. Timing belt needed to be replaced at 90k and after that the smaller issues began to arise (rattling noises at highway speeds, wiper motor etc.), and do they add up!! Be easy on the locking system if you open/lock manually, mine broke on the driver's side due to ice build up and was ridiculously expensive to repair. However, all in all a superior car, has never let me down or stuttered in its ignition. No shortage of confidence in safety, solid riding car, all galvanized steel. If you're looking for a low-maintenance option might want to reconsider, dependability has certainly come with a price in higher mileage.