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Audi A7

2019
Audi A7 2019 4-door hatchback Trim Shown: 2019 Premium Plus 4-door hatchback AWD Sequential
The newly introduced 2019 Audi A7 places even stronger emphasis on luxury features and high-tech driving systems than its predecessor, but it maintains the same swept-back profile that distinguished the outgoing model. Despite all the new features, the A7 looks very much like the outgoing version. A reshaped front grille and new LED headlamps and taillights resemble the design of Audi’s flagship sedan, the A8. Powering the base A7 is a 340-hp, twin-turbocharged V6 engine coupled to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and standard all-wheel drive. This mild-hybrid powertrain includes a 48-volt electrical system to improve the smoothness of the stop/start fuel-saving system. A smaller turbo four-cylinder engine along with higher output turbo V6 and V8 engines will be added later. The MMI infotainment system comes with more features. New driver assist systems such as remote parking pilot and adaptive driving assist are added as well.
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2018
Audi A7 2018 4-door hatchback Trim Shown: 2018 Premium Plus 4-door hatchback AWD Automatic
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This stylish hatchback version of the A6 is an impressive car, although it sacrifices some access, rear-seat room, and visibility in exchange for sportiness and looks. Its rear hatch and generous interior give it practicality, room, and comfort. Handling is responsive and secure, and the ride is steady though firm, particularly on the optional 20-inch tires. The exquisite interior is very luxurious, and the infotainment system proves logical after a bit of familiarization. A midcycle freshening brought tweaks to almost every engine. The smooth, punchy 3.0-liter supercharged V6 is plenty powerful, and an even stronger 450-hp, 4.0-liter V8 powers the S7. If you need more gusto, the RS 7's engine puts out 560 hp.
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2012-2017
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Audi A7 2017
The ride height of coupelike A7 is lower than the A6 and the car is more firmly sprung. As is to be expected, in exchange for its sleek appearance, the sedan also sacrifices some interior comfort for sportiness. However, the A7 also presents the cargo flexibility of a hatchback. Its 3.0-liter, supercharged V6 is mated to Audi's excellent eight-speed automatic transmission. In our tests, the diesel version returned an excellent 28 mpg overall. (However, keep in mind the diesel is under a cloud of emissions controls violations and may not be the best move to make as far as resale value is concerned.) The interior is very luxurious and features an available head-up display that projects information on the windshield. The MMI interface adds a touchpad control for destination entry in the navigation system, which offers a Google maps display. WiFi hotspot capability is also offered.
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2016 N/A N/A
2015 $45,675 - $50,625 $41,450 - $46,050
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2014 $38,750 - $78,725 $35,150 - $72,375
2013 $32,400 - $45,875 $28,890 - $41,440
2012 $27,825 - $30,900 $24,335 - $27,285