There’s something about a convertible. When the top goes down, so does the stress level. Fresh air and sunshine feel good on the face, even in stop-and-go traffic. Sadly, convertible season is nearing an end in northern climates. Which makes it an odd time for Audi to introduce the A4 Cabrio to the North American market after a 4-year hiatus. But Audi has very definite reasons for its timing. The first ’03 A4 Cabrios go on sale next month with a 3L V-6 mated to a continuously variable ...

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