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The Audi A4 Brakes were designed for this germen driving machine that was produced since 1994 and was designed to replace the Audi 80 and 90. 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 and 2007 Audi A4 Brakes accent this hit germen sedan in the best of ways. The A4 Brakes were designed to compliment this vehicle that was produced in many varieties and with several engine options. This vehicle offered a 1.6 L, 1.8 L 20V, 1.8 L 20V Turbo, 2.6 L V6 (1996-1999), 2.4 L V6 30V (1998-2000), 2.8 L V6 30V, 1.9 L TDI, and 2.5 L V6 TDI which allowed consumers to choose a vehicle for their needs. Whether it be a luxury ride with great performance characteristics or an economy vehicle with luxury features, this model can cater to them all. The A4 Brakes works with this car that is known for its aerodynamic curvy features, which only got more profound with time. Later models sported curvier more streamlined features with flush accessories like headlights, taillights, and all paneling. Take a look at our huge variety of Audi A4 Brakes. These A4 Brakes were designed with this Audi in mind. If you have any questions about our A4 Brakes give us a call or send us an email. A4 Brakes are one of the most essential parts of a cars driving and safety system. The A4 Brakes allow for the driver to stop the car while it is moving at a rapid pace. The A4 Brakes consist of several components; from the pedals that the driver presses, to the rotors that are attached to the wheels to ultimately stop the vehicle. When the driver presses the brake pedal the car uses the power brake system to pressurize the brake lines which contain brake fluid (which is essentially high density oil). The pressurized brake lines cause the brake pads to pinch the rotor of the vehicle. The rotor is attached directly to the axel of the vehicle and the car will slow down.