2007 Audi B7 RS4
We are proud to present our 2007 Audi B7 RS4 for sale, with only 29,401 miles covered from new, which is fully verified through full service and MOT history.
Walkaround video here – RS4 Video Walkaround.
Along with earlier RS Audi variants, the B7 RS4 is fast becoming a very sought after car, with low mileage original examples suddenly being very difficult to find, especially with good history and without modifications.
Being such a fantastic drivers car, most have covered many miles and had a ‘hard life’.
This example would be right at home with either an enthusiast who wishes for a truly wonderful example to enjoy, or indeed a collector who is looking for an example which ticks all the boxes.
One previous owner (although technically one owner as details of current and previous are the same)
Full Service History (10 x Audi Stamps & 2 x Specialist Stamps)
Full MOT history
4 x new Michelin Pilot Sport 4S Tyres
All usual ‘problem areas’ in good working order
Tracker fitted from new
Black optic pack
Flat bottom steering wheel
£2,705.03 spent at MRC in 2018
Most recent service at MRC in November 2019
A fantastic example of a fast appreciating modern classic drivers car.
Originally supplied by Bexley Audi of Kent.
Full service history is detailed in the original service booklet, which is of course housed within the original Audi wallet along with the other originally supplied booklets.
2x keys along with the service key (still with key code tag), various invoices along with matching invoices for 90% of the service stamps detailed below.
2008 – 6,305 miles
09 – 10,125
11 – 12,575
12 – 14,631
13 – 17,362
14 – 18,974
15 – 19,948
15 – 20,349
16 – 23,145
17 – 24,917
18 – 28,312
19 – 29,221
The first 10 services were all carried out by the same Audi dealer, and the last 2 services have been carried out by world renowned VAG specialists MRC Tuning.
10 – 10,739
11 – 12,923
12 – 14,779
13 – 17,082
14 – 18,862
15 – 19,948
16 – 22,714
17 – 24,377
18 – 26,180
19 – 28,380
Body & Paintwork
Finished in Phantom Black, and after a fresh detail this example looks fantastic.
Along with the black optic pack option (chrome detail), this car looks very aggressive, leaving no bystander or fellow motorist in doubt that this car means business.
All glass, badges and trims are original, and are of course in good order.
Some age related deterioration of the rear quarter window rubbers is present, and is very common with these car.
The body has no dents, or damage – presenting very nicely indeed.
A few small stonechips / touch up as you would fully expect, but these only add to the honesty of this example.
All wheels are freshly refurbished and without any marks at all, all sporting brand new Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres.
A great example, of what is arguably the best looking Audi RS4.
Interior & Trim
The interior is as per the rest of the car, presenting very nicely and without the usual wear and tear issues these cars suffer from.
All buttons, trims and switches are without the usual ‘pealing/worn’ rubberised coating which so often tarnish these otherwise fantastically designed interior cabins.
Fitted with the flat bottom steering wheel, and the highly sought after ‘wingback’ leather Recaro front seats which are again- in superb condition. The adjustable bolsters work exactly as they should do, both off the seat switches and of course automatically when Sport mode is engaged. These seats are extremely comfortable, and really make this car feel very special.
Likewise, the back of the front seats are unmarked, and the rear seats look to have had very little – if any use.
Steering wheel buttons are again without the usual wear, demonstrating that the Sport button has not been regularly used.
Carbon door and dash trims are unmarked, and the Bose sound system sounds fantastic.
A very nice place to be, whilst enjoying one of the best ‘drivers cars’ Audi have produced in modern times.
What an engine!
Anybody familiar with these cars, will know that the engine is the star of the show, a high revving V8 which is as happy to be driven at high revs, as it is to demonstrate its low down torque, cruising through a 20mph zone in 6th gear is no problem.
Mated to a beautifully operating 6 speed manual gearbox, these are well known for being a superb car to drive, and to cover ground at a very impressive rate should the mood take you.
In Sport mode the throttle response is instant, with a fantastic noise to suit.
Over time these engines do suffer from carbon build up, often reducing the power level to far less than the factory claimed 414bhp.
This example was passed on to world renowned VAG specialist MRC Tuning in 2018, for a full major service, with a change of all filters, spark plugs, fluids (including diff & gearbox), along with a carbon clean and a simple remap at a total cost of over £2,705.00. This resulted in a very healthy 424.2bhp & 350ft lb.
The engine bay itself presents nicely, as you would expect of course.
On the road all running gear performs exactly as you would expect.
Discs and pads were replaced in 2012, and all still have many miles worth of motoring before replacement is required.
All wheels are unmarked with new Micehlin Pilot Sport 4S tyres fitted.
The clutch and gearbox operate beautifully, Sport mode operates perfectly, sharpening the throttle response, adjusting the seat bolsters, and seemingly giving improved performance.
A beautiful car to both drive, and look admire.