New Audi A7 Quotes

Performance

The range goes across three powerful diesel engines and one 3.0-litre TFSI Quattro petrol engine to choose from. The petrol engine drives well, with excellent grip but the standard 3.0-litre TDi Diesel engine is a sportier run which returns a surprising 55mpg.

The 3.0-litre BiTD Quattro Tiptronic SE model makes short work of the benchmark sprint time and can complete it in 5.1 seconds. The powerful diesel engine is quite frugal achieving 44.8mpg and emits CO2 166g/km.

The engines get progressively more powerful, through to the turbocharged V8 Sportback model - all of which can be test driven - but even the lowest powered diesel model offers smooth handling and performance.

Running Costs

If going for an A7 Sportback, the model is only available in 3.0-litre diesel mode. , It emits 135g/km of Co2 which is quite good for a car of this size and comes with a lot of standard kit. The lowest powered 3.0-litre diesel engine is the standout as its low emissions and low entry price at £41,170 make it more accessible to buy and run. All-inclusive servicing plans and the opportunity for extended warranty will also keep the A7’s running costs well below the competition.

Equipment

One of the most technological in the Audi series, even the A7 sportback comes with MMI Navigation - including voice control and 6.5-inch MMI colour display, six-channel amplifier included in the standardised Audi sound system and MMI Radio Plus including MMI control panel and driver’s information system with 5-inch TFT monochrome display. All models come with 18-inch alloy wheels, a keyless start system - similar to the Mercedes CLS Class, standard seating in Milano leather, retractable rear spoiler and separate electronic air-con for driver and front passenger. For full information, all details are found in our brochure.