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2022 Audi A4 Towing Capacity

Up to

1900kg
Audi A4

The towing capacity of the 2022 Audi A4 supports up to 1900kg. This is a braked figure, while the maximum load for any vehicle without using trailer brakes is 750kg, if rated to tow that much in the first place. Kilograms can also be expressed as kilos, and if you want to know the tow rating in tonnes, just divide the kg figure by 1000. But, before you try towing with any car, ute, van, SUV or 4x4, be sure to check with the manufacturer or your owner's manual to ensure your 2022 Audi A4 matches the example listed here.

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2022 Audi A4 braked* towing capacity

Sedan

2022 Audi A4 Specs Braked capacity
A4 45 Tfsi Quattro S Line Mhev Specs: 2.0L, Premium Unleaded Petrol, SPEED Braked capacity: 1900kg
A4 35 Tfsi Mhev Specs: 2.0L, Premium Unleaded Petrol, 7 SPEED AUTO S-TRONIC Braked capacity: 1600kg
A4 35 Tfsi S Line Mhev Specs: 2.0L, Premium Unleaded Petrol, 7 SPEED AUTO S-TRONIC Braked capacity: 1600kg

Wagon

2022 Audi A4 Specs Braked capacity
A4 Allroad 40 TDI Quattro Specs: 2.0L, Diesel, SPEED Braked capacity: 1900kg
A4 Allroad 45 Tfsi Quattro Mhev Specs: 2.0L, Premium Unleaded Petrol, SPEED Braked capacity: 1900kg
A4 Avant 45 Tfsi Quat S Line Mhev Specs: 2.0L, Premium Unleaded Petrol, SPEED Braked capacity: 1900kg

* Requires braking on both wheels on at least one axle of the towed load.

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