2010 Audi A4 Wheel Options

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2010 Audi A4 17" Seven-Spoke Wheels Source Audi USA
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17" Seven-Spoke Wheels with 225/50 all-season tires A4 Premium

17" Seven-Spoke Wheels with 225/50 all-season tires: The 17"seven-spoke wheel is a refi ned design that complements the sport-inspired style of the A4. The wheels come equipped with all-season tires. (A4 Premium)

2010 A4 Premium Plus 17" Ten-Spoke Wheels with 245/45 all-season tires

17" Ten-Spoke Wheels with 245/45 all-season tires: The ten-spoke star design is a refi ned choice matching the sophistication of the A4 Premium Plus model. Additionally, the lightweight alloy helps to improve driving dynamics. (A4 Premium Plus)

2010 Audi A4 18" Five-Spoke Wheels with 245/40 all-season tires A4 Prestige

18" Five-Spoke Wheels with 245/40 all-season tires: The five-spoke wheels’ progressive design is matched to the dynamic elegance of the A4. The lightweight alloy also helps to improve driving dynamics.(A4 Prestige)

2010 Audi A4 18" Ten-Spoke Wheels from quattro® GmbH with 245/40 summer performance tires*:

18" Ten-Spoke Wheels from quattro® GmbH with 245/40 summer performance tires*: The 18" Sport Package wheels add an athletic feel to the A4. The quattro® GmbH dynamic design complements the sport suspension and is optimized with summer performance tires.(18" Sport Package required. A4 Premium and Premium Plus)

2010 Audi A4 19" seven-twin-spoke wheels from quattro® GmbH with 255/35 summer performance tires

19" seven-twin-spoke wheels from quattro® GmbH with 255/35 summer performance tires*: This aggressive, sport-inspired wheel option complements the exterior of the A4 from top to bottom. The wheels come equipped with summer performance tires, which help to improve handling and driving dynamics. (S line Package or 19"Sport Package required. A4 Prestige)

 

* Summer performance tires are designed for optimum performance and handling in warm climates. They are not suitable for cold, snowy or icy weather conditions. If you drive under those circumstances, you should equip your vehicle with all-season or winter tires, which offer better traction under those conditions. We suggest you use the recommended winter or all-season tires specified for your car or their equivalent. These summer performance tires also have a lower aspect ratio that aids performance and handling: however, in order to avoid tire, rim or vehicle damage, it is important that the inflation pressure is regularly checked and maintained at recommended levels. Serious wheel and tire damage may occur if the vehicle is operated on rough or damaged road surfaces, or upon encountering road debris or obstacles. Please also remember in making your selection that, while these tires deliver responsive handling, they may ride less comfortably and make more noise than other choices. Finally, these tires may wear more quickly than other choices. For more information on all of these topics, please consult the owner’s manual, your local dealer or call 1-800-FOR-AUDI.

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