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Ooh, a 2.0-litre VW Group diesel. Can’t imagine that’s going to be very popular… This isn’t the EA189 engine that writes its software on the back of a ruler before it goes into the exam room. No, while Audi’s old A4 was implicated in the scandal, the new one is not. What do I need to know? Well, we’ve already driven the new A4 abroad, but British roads create problems for suspension systems that no other country gets close to replicating. That alone is reason to give the A4 an extra workout, plus this is the first time we’ve had a chance to drive the 2.0 TDI that will form the sales bedrock.