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The Audi A4 Brakes 1996-2007 was the first model in the Volkswagen Group to feature the new 1.8 L 20V motor with five valves per cylinder, based on the unit Audi Sport had developed for their Supertouring race car. A turbocharged version produced 150 PS (110 kW) and 210 Nm (155 ft.lbf) of torque. This is a fast car. This technology was added to the V6 family in 1996, starting with the 2.8 L V6 30V, which now pumped 193 PS (142 kW).

Audi A4 Brakes 1999 also debuted their new Tiptronic transmission on the B5 platform, based on the unit Porsche developed for their 964-generation 911. Can this car compete with the 911? The transmission is a "manumatic", meaning it offers the driver a choice of driving the car as either an automatic or a clutch less manual.

The 96-07 B5 A4 Brakes is arguably a watershed model for Audi. This was new territory. Previously regarded as somewhat of a bit-player in the luxury car segment, the massive improvement in quality and engineering with the 1997 & 1998 B5 A4 Brakes made buyers realize that there was now a marque other than BMW and Mercedes. This is one nice car! Combined with the radical TT concept (later a production car), Audi emerged as a leader in the luxury car market. i personally am a big fan of Audi.


A4 Brakes are one of the most important safety features in your car. Do you want to stop faster? What about when youre stopping from 60-0. What if you are about to get into an accident? What about if you simply want the best A4 Brakes on the earth. We carry these quality replacement parts for enthusiasts who want the best braking power. It can be a life or death situation or it could be a sport. It's up to you to decide if its right for you. Installation can be done by yourself if you have tools, or go to a local mechanic.