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Audi RS4, Sedan
#1 of 216 RS4 Pricing
Mar 29, 2005 (8:48 am)
Any ideas of the approx US price of the upcoming RS4?
#2 of 216 Re: RS4 Pricing [golfmd]
Apr 02, 2005 (6:13 am)
There is no official word for the US model yet, though Audi has officially released the pricing of the European version. Rumor has it that it will sell in the US for somewhere around $60k base, with the S4 still being priced around $47k. It probably won't get here until early 2006, too, with pre-ordering maybe starting 6 months before that.
I don't know if you've seen this article:
#3 of 216 Re: RS4 Pricing [raven72]
Apr 05, 2005 (5:46 pm)
I am currently in Houston, I went to the dealership today to place a deposit on my new toy... the 2006 RS4, the price was $74K... I think it is worth the money.
#5 of 216 RS4
Apr 16, 2005 (8:56 am)
I CHECKED WITH THE DEALER LAST WEEK. THEY ARE TAKING PRE-ORDERS WITH DELIVERY THIS TIME NEXT YEAR-NO PRICES/OPTIONS AVAILABLE YET. MUST BE WAITING FOR MORE INFO ON THE NEW M3
#6 of 216 About RS 4 Pricing...
Apr 17, 2005 (6:17 pm)
The RS 4 is being released (open for order), in Great Britain for approx. L49,980 (British Pounds). Available this Fall for Delivery. If that helps any not sure on the exact conversion rate (1.5/1)...hope this helps (a little)...
#7 of 216 RS4/M3
Apr 18, 2005 (10:15 am)
IF THE PRICING OF THE RS4 IS IN THE 70'S, IT WILL BE A TOUGH SALE CONSIDERING THE M3/M4 V-8 WITH AROUND THE SAME 400 HP WILL BE ABOUT 55-60. THE QUESTION IS WILL THE ALL WHEEL DRIVE BE WORTH THE $15-20000 THOUSAND PRICE DIFFERENCE?
Apr 18, 2005 (10:27 am)
Turn off the Caps Lock, OK?
I feel like I'm reading a Fox News (oxymoron) breaking headline!
#9 of 216 Re: About RS 4 Pricing... [oceanblue1]
Apr 18, 2005 (12:54 pm)
Try $1.90 to the pound, or about $95K!
#10 of 216 Re: About RS 4 Pricing... [aec11]
Apr 21, 2005 (5:10 am)
Greetings, I'm new to this forum but I just checked with my dealer last night and got the #2 spot for this time next year. Pricing is in the low to mid 70's. So I've got at least another six months to change my mind about a hundred times.