The biggest price difference will be on the 2.8 quattro, which will be replaced by a 3.0 quattro and cost more than £4,000 less, and Audi says there is an overall cut of 9% across the range.
Standard equipment on all models includes alloy wheels, electronic brake force distribution with 'brake assist', front and side airbags for front seat occupants, electronic climate control, electric front windows and mirrors, remote central locking and ABS.
Models available from the March launch include the 2.0-litre, 3.0 quattro and 2.5TDI quattro, with a 1.8T, 1.9TDI (130) and 1.8T quattro going on sale in April. Other versions, including an entry-level 1.6-litre will follow later in the year. SE and Sport packs are available for £610 and £900 respectively.
How the new Audi A4 compares (old A4 prices in brackets): 2.0 £18,640 (1.8SE £20,250); 1.8T £19,810 (1.8T Sport £23,578); 1.9TDI (130) £19,940 (1.9TDI (115) SE £20,850); 1.8T quattro £21,210 (1.8T quattro Sport £27,150); 3.0 quattro £24,840 (2.8 quattro £28,905); 2.5TDI (180) quattro £24,340 (2.5TDI (150) quattro £25,750).