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Audi Ranges

  • Audi A1

    Audi A1

    New price:
    £19,805 - £32,895
    Used price:
    £3,307 - £32,155
  • Audi A3

    Audi A3

    New price:
    £25,010 - £62,080
    Used price:
    £390 - £55,776
  • Audi A4

    Audi A4

    New price:
    £33,955 - £85,690
    Used price:
    £379 - £77,504
  • Audi A5

    Audi A5

    New price:
    £39,885 - £90,675
    Used price:
    £2,515 - £77,550
  • Audi A6

    Audi A6

    New price:
    £39,950 - £115,680
    Used price:
    £488 - £110,550
  • Audi A7

    Audi A7

    New price:
    £51,895 - £119,335
    Used price:
    £7,535 - £99,660
  • Audi A8

    Audi A8

    New price:
    £75,435 - £117,610
    Used price:
    £879 - £87,737
  • Audi E-Tron

    Audi E-Tron

    New price:
    £61,275 - £105,975
    Used price:
    £41,362 - £92,463
  • Audi E-Tron GT

    Audi E-Tron GT

    New price:
    £81,915 - £138,275
    Used price:
    £67,868 - £128,480
  • Audi Q2

    Audi Q2

    New price:
    £24,870 - £47,400
    Used price:
    £13,175 - £40,186
  • Audi Q3

    Audi Q3

    New price:
    £31,265 - £65,000
    Used price:
    £7,147 - £63,140
  • Audi Q4 E-Tron

    Audi Q4 E-Tron

    New price:
    £42,540 - £68,360
    Used price:
    £31,265 - £57,178
  • Audi Q5

    Audi Q5

    New price:
    £45,785 - £77,085
    Used price:
    £4,851 - £67,184
  • Audi Q7

    Audi Q7

    New price:
    £60,310 - £99,720
    Used price:
    £2,873 - £92,574
  • Audi Q8

    Audi Q8

    New price:
    £69,430 - £124,685
    Used price:
    £40,585 - £125,840
  • Audi R8

    Audi R8

    New price:
    £129,785 - £174,580
    Used price:
    £19,360 - £141,605
  • Audi TT

    Audi TT

    New price:
    £34,460 - £69,995
    Used price:
    £1,089 - £62,602

Most popular Audi reviews

  • Audi A3 RS 3 Sportback (2021 onwards) Review

    Latest RS model lives up to legendary predecessors

    Parkers rating: 3.9 out of 5 3.9
    New price: £53,830 - £61,080
    • Great engine – powerful and sounds charismatic
    • Agile and surprisingly comfortable
    • High-quality interior
    • Expensive to buy, pricey options
    • Firm fide, even in Comfort mode
    • Volkswagen Golf R makes more sense
    Read full review
  • Audi A5 Cabriolet (2017 onwards) Review

    Smart four-seater soft-top shines – roof up or down

    Parkers rating: 4.6 out of 5 4.6
    New price: £44,010 - £65,625
    • Well-insulated cabin
    • Impressive media system
    • Good range of powertrains
    • Practical roof design
    • Lack of legroom for rear passengers
    • Expensive to buy
    • Expensive to add options
    • Not as good to drive as A5 Coupe
    Read full review
  • Audi A7 RS7 Sportback (2020 onwards) Review

    Range-topper combines coupe styling, practicality and monstrous performance

    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    New price: £101,935 - £119,335
    • Striking looks, soundtrack and road presence
    • Huge performance and strong practicality
    • More agile handling than you’d expect
    • Is this a car you want on 70mph-limited motorways?
    • Big V8 means big fuelling and running costs
    • Stiff and jittery ride in Dynamic mode
    Read full review
  • Audi E-Tron GT Saloon (2021 onwards) Review

    Electric power suits this Grand Tourer down to the ground

    Parkers rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5
    New price: £81,915 - £138,275
    • Striking looks, packed with technology
    • Huge acceleration for RS E-Tron
    • Comfortable long range ride
    • Battery range lags behind Tesla Model S
    • Rear headroom a bit tight
    • Porsche Taycan exists
    Read full review
  • Audi E-Tron Sportback (2020 onwards) Review

    Styling and chassis tweaks for the sportier E-Tron model

    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £63,075 - £105,975
    • Sportier drive than E-Tron
    • Sleeker looks, too
    • Slightly better range
    • S Line entry trim is comprehensive
    • Ride is marginally worse than SUV
    • Less headroom in the rear
    • Luggage space drops a bit too
    • Rivals are faster and more exciting to drive
    Read full review

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Audi is a premium German brand that was founded in 1909. Audi means ‘to listen’ and in 1932 it merged with three other companies to form Auto Union, which first used the four interlinked rings symbol on its racing cars.

In recent years Audi has greatly expanded its model line up. It not only offers traditional saloons (such as A4) but also sport coupes (eg: Audi TT), estates (eg: A6 Avant), supercars (eg: R8), four-door coupes (eg: A7 Sportback), hatchbacks (eg: A3), convertibles (A3 Cabriolet) and 4x4s (eg: Q5). It has also created smaller cars such as the A1 as well as other smaller coupes such as the A5.

Audi’s recent rise to prominence has been on the back of an advertising slogan ‘Vorsprung durch Tecknik’ meaning ‘Progress through Technology’. One key piece of technology Audi introduced was ‘Quattro’ or four-wheel drive, which first appeared on the Audi Quattro coupe in 1980.

Quattro drive features on all of Audi's high performance models, which are based on standard models. These hot versions include the S6 and even hotter RS6, both of which are based on the A6.