Ok, so right now I drive a 2012 Camry SE V6 (about 22k miles), and I really like it. I've always liked the styling of this generation Camry, it has nice power (about 270hp, 0-60 in 5.8 seconds), fuel economy is pretty good around 25 MPG in the city. Overall it is a nice car. There are a few things however that I don't particularly like about it. 1. The entertainment system feels old, slow, and kinda clunky. I've driven a few of the newer GM vehicles (rentals) and their entertainment systems put mine to shame. 2. It's not a huge car but it drives big...kinda hard to explain. I find myself struggling more than I should to navigate parking lots, slide in and out of parking spaces, etc. I had a 2008 Camry, same dimensions, and it felt much more comfortable moving that car around in tight spaces. 3. I feel like this car has some challenging blind spots, and there is no "blind spot detection" function or anything like that built in. Like many other folks, I get tired of my cars quickly. I get picky with the little things I don't like. And I have a bad case of "the grass is always greener on the other side" when it comes to vehicles, lol. Having said all of that, I'm looking at selling/trading and picking up a 2015 Audi A4 Quattro. 2.0L turbo with AWD. The Audi is a few inches shorter in dimension (both height and length) which I prefer. I want something smaller but still 4 doors (it's just me and my dog - no kids). I'm guessing the 4CYL turbo will put out comparable MPG in the city. The interior fit and finish is very nice on the Audi. I really like the exterior styling of the A4 (I'm thinking white body with tinted windows). From what I've read it sounds like the entertainment system should be a vast improvement. And maybe the biggest thing - I think it will be a 'fun' car to drive. What I'm struggling with is the idea of paying a bit more money and taking a hit in horsepower. The V6 in the Camry is so strong and smooth. I do a lot of city and interstate driving, so I love the quick acceleration for changing lanes, getting on and off ramps, etc. I also live in AZ where I need to have the AC on in the car 9 months out of the year, so having a bit stronger engine is fairly important to me. I've done a lot of research and the 2015 A4 has gotten fantastic reviews with all of the major automotive publications. Does anyone here have any experience with the 2015 A4? Or other new'ish A4's? Will it be a noticeable power difference going from the V6 to the 2.0L turbo 4 cyl? The A4 is smaller and lighter, so maybe the drop in HP won't be a huuuuge difference? Would YOU drop the Camry and go with the A4?