Used 2018 Audi S4 Pricing

List Price $55,800 - $55,800
Edmunds Rating
4.5 / 5.0
Consumer Rating

2018 Highlights

The Audi S4 has been completely redesigned for 2018.
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  • Turbocharged V6 provides strong acceleration
  • Poised handling gives you plenty of confidence
  • Modern and well-thought-out interior
  • Quiet and relaxed over long distances


  • Interior storage space is merely adequate

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Used 2018 Audi S4 for Sale

Audi S4 2018 Prestige quattro 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Navarra Blue Metallic Black premium leather14,734 miles
Used 2018Audi S4Prestige quattro
Est.Loan: $1,001/mo
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**NAVIGATION** **1 OWNER** **PRESTIGE PACKAGE** **S SPORT PACKAGE** **DRIVER ASSISTANCE PACKAGE** **19 WHEELS** **BLIND SPOT SENSOR** **QUATTRO** **SUNROOF** **HEATED SEATS** **NAPA LEATHER INTERIOR** **BANG & OLUFSEN SOUND SYSTEM** **$63,700 MSRP** **PRESTIGE PACKAGE: Dual Pane Acoustic Front Side Windows, Full Color Head-Up Display, Interior Lighting Plus Package, Navigation Package, Audi Connect PRIME & PLUS Online Services, Audi Virtual Cockpit, Radio: Audi MMI Navigation Plus w/MMI Touch, Top View Camera System** **S SPORT PACKAGE: Red Brake Calipers, Sport Adaptive Damping Suspension, Sports Rear Differential** **DRIVER ASSISTANCE PACKAGE: Audi Active Lane Assist Audi Adaptive Cruise Control, High-Beam Assistant, Traffic Sign Recognition** Clean Carfax, Navigation, Audi Active Lane Assist, Audi Adaptive Cruise Control, Audi Connect PRIME & PLUS Online Services, Audi Virtual Cockpit, Blind spot sensor: Audi Side Assist warning, Driver Assistance Package, Dual Pane Acoustic Front Side Windows, Exterior Parking Camera Rear, Full Color Head-Up Display, High-Beam Assistant, Interior Lighting Plus Package, Navigation Package, Power moonroof, Prestige Package, Radio: Audi MMI Navigation Plus w/MMI Touch, Red Brake Calipers, S Sport Package, Sport Adaptive Damping Suspension, Sports Rear Differential, Top View Camera System, Traffic Sign Recognition. At Jim Coleman Toyota, we offer new Toyota cars in Bethesda, along with used cars, trucks and SUVs by top manufacturers. Our sales staff will help you find that new or used car you have been searching for. For years, our financial staff at Jim Coleman Toyota has offered expert advice for those seeking a great Toyota car loan or lease. Our service doesn't stop there. Bethesda customers can come in and take advantage of our knowledgeable Toyota car repair technicians and a fully-stocked inventory of Toyota car parts. You can reach Jim Coleman Toyota any time by filling out our contact form, by calling us or simply visiting our Bethesda Toyota dealership.

Audi S4 2018 Premium Plus quattro 4dr Sedan AWD (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A) Brilliant Black Black premium leather19,500 miles
Used 2018Audi S4Premium Plus quattro
Est.Loan: $865/mo
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Audi Pre Sense City

Detects if a front collision is likely and warns you if you don't react quickly enough. Can also apply the brakes automatically.
Audi Active Lane Assist

Warns if you begin drifting out of your lane without signaling and nudges you back in line if you don't react.
Audi Side Assist

Informs you if there are vehicles in your blind spots and audibly warns you if you attempt to change lanes.

NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

    OverallNot Rated
    DriverNot Rated
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  • Side Crash Rating

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  • Side Barrier Rating

    OverallNot Rated
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  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front SeatNot Rated
    Back SeatNot Rated
  • Rollover

    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover9.9%

Top Consumer Reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2018 Audi S4


Consumer Rating

2018 vs 2010 Audi S4 Prestige
After much cross shopping, including the Mercedes C43 AMG, I ended up replacing my 2010 Audi S4 Prestige (7A) with a relatively loaded 2018 S4 (S- Sport and winter packages, 19" wheels, Dynamic Steering). I've only had it for one week so this just my first impression, which is mixed. What's better in the 2018 S4: suspension (more compliant with no loss of grip); brakes (less grabby with no loss of stopping power); steering (still lacks feel but quicker and more accurate, particularly off center); front seat adjustability; instrument panel; parking & driver aids; headlights; fuel economy. What's better on the 2010 S4: exterior styling (except the lights); throttle response; transmission (DCT); difference in driving experience in different mode settings (comfort, auto, dynamic). It looks like the 2018 wins by a knockout but it doesn't. The new car is really let down by a tendency to bog on initial throttle application. It feels like some combination of poor transmission tuning, a very soft throttle tip-in setup, and some degree of turbo lag. It can be a party pooper and the car doesn't come alive in Dynamic mode they way the old one did. We'll see if the 2018 S4 grows in on over time. I've already discovered that using the paddle shifters helps with throttle response. I've already shifted this car "manually" in one week more than I did in the old S4 over seven years. The ZF 8-speed in the new S4 responds pretty quickly to the paddles but doesn't cope well with stacked downshift requests. I read that the terrific new 10-speed auto in high performance Chevies drops multiple gears in an instant. More to follow once my new S4 passs the 1,000 mile break in period. Edmunds asked for an update, so here it is at 5,000 miles (February 2018). I have warmed up to this car considerably. The performance is sneaky in that very potent acceleration, cornering and braking occur with so little fuss that it's easy to caught out going much faster than appreciated. It reminds me of riding my BMW S1000RR in that regard. What is really impressive is how well a car with this performance deals with slogging on the daily commute. When surrounded by other cars that limit enjoyment, I put the car in Auto or Comfort mode, set the dynamic cruise control (on secondary roads as well as highways) and let the car deal with it while I listen to the excellent B&O sound system. When conditions and traffic permit, I switch to the Dynamic mode with or without manual shifting and go for it. The steering and handling are excellent and with the sport diff the car actually wants to rotate, which is a rarity in front-engine Audis. The issue of delayed downshifts and throttle response persist but these are largely eliminated when Dynamic and Manual are selected. I think my original disappointment with Dynamic mode was because I followed the recommendations for light throttle inputs during break-in. There is now a distinct difference between modes, Dynamic is very crisp but happily does not cause the ride to become too brittle or edgy. The only other irksome problem I've had so far is a weak HomeLink transmitter. I have to carry the remote in the car because the built-in unit often fails to open or close the garage door. I believe this is because they relocated the transmitter from under the front fascia in the B8 to somewhere in the back end of the car in the B9 version. Indeed, if the HomeLink doesn't get a response when I approach nose-in, I can turn the car around and present the back end to the garage and it will work. But that's tiresome so I keep the remote in the car. Seems a dumb fault in $65K luxury sedan. I had no such problem with by B8 S4 or with my '14 Audi Q5 TDI. So as you can see, I have warmed up considerably to this car and would strongly recommend it to any enthusiast who wants a 4-season sport sedan that copes equally well with felonious speeds and daily driving. Every time I get in the car I look forward to driving it and the interior, including the virtual cockpit. I have also been saved a few times now by Audi Pre-Sense, Lane Assist and Cross Traffic Assist, so the technology is excellent. At 5,000 miles there have been no mechanical issues with the car and it will easily get 24-25 mpg measured at the pump unless relentlessly flogged in which case it will be in the teens. One last point - when I bought the car I was told by an Audi service manager that the 18" Audi OEM wheels I used for winter in my B8 S4 would fit the B9. Wrong! These wheels didn't clear the calipers of the new car so I had to buy aftermarket 18s to which I fitted Nokian Hakkas. Not the sportiest winter tire but absolutely the best in terms of stopping and going in snow.
Simply Fantastic! Coast to Coast! 2018 S4 Prestige
Coming from a 328i and being a BMW fan in general I was very skeptical, with high expectations, for the S4 and I felt like I was taking a risk when I purchased this car. Looking back, I honestly feel I could not have made a better decision. This car is simply amazing in every way. I recently drove this car coast to coast from New Jersey to San Diego and had plenty of time to break it in. Ride comfort: 40 hours and 2 1/2 days never went so fast... the Quattro handled torrential downpours to aggressive cornering like a dream. Fatigue was not an issue with the 3-way massaging seats! Driving Dynamics: The S4 accelerates like a rocket and handles like a dream at any speed. The different driving modes are critical as road conditions change. I loved how the Dynamic mode handled the winding mountains in the Southwest with ease and the comfort mode was smooth sailing through the various construction work zones across the country. Tech: The high end gizmos in the new Audi's was what finally pushed me away from BMW and towards Audi. The adjustable color heads up display with Navigation and speed sign recognition worked great! Crossing America, I never had to worry about the changes in the speed limit from a high of 75 to a low of 45 in the work zones... The cameras always caught the sign changes. I had never used lane keeping assist before so there was an adjustment period but once I got used to it... it was a blessing. After hours of driving and possible fatigue it felt like you had a guardian angel by your side giving you gentle nudges to keep you on track day or night. Having Navigation on dual screens is quite nice and extremely customizable, especially zoom in/out with the scroll of your thumb. The only negative I have is that the download speeds of the Audi Connect when searching weather or traffic updates was a bit slow but not surprising considering all the digital processing constantly going on with the car. Overall this car is a dream machine that I plan to enjoy for many years to come.
A joy to drive!
As advised by Edmunds, going with Premium Plus and adding Technology package and S Sport Package seemed to be the best value. Coming from 21 years of driving BMWs, I was doing a lot of research on why change. But with technology platforms changing so fast, I wanted to keep an open mind. It was a surprise that Audi S4 came out on top for me after two test drives and a lot of research. Interior, Exterior, performance, and driving comfort. Now, after 4 months of daily driving plus several long roadtrips, I'm sure it was the right choice.

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