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Should You Buy an Audi A7?

The Audi A7 delivers its sportback performance from diesel or petrol power. The diesel engine offers a smooth and powerful delivery despite the limited expectations from a 201bhp non-quattro model. Apart from reliable performance, the 201bhp diesel engine also assures you of better fuel economy. But some buyers might also consider getting the four-wheel-drive 3.0-litre TDI.  Compared to its rivals, the TDI Quattro can increase its speed from 0 to 60 mph in just 6.3 seconds. But the 3.0 litre TFSI, on the other hand, can get a head start of the same increased speed in 5.6 seconds.

The petrol engine, on the other hand, can have the can go from 0 to 62 mph in just 5.6 seconds. The four wheels are controlled smoothly with a seven-speed dual clutch gearbox. You might want to watch out for the 2.8-litre version as it doesn’t run as smoothly and puts up a challenge when pushed a little too hard. You have a safer and smoother bet with the 3.0-litre supercharged petrol, which is known for its engine sound and a sharp shove from the back once you decide to throttle.

The Audi A7 standard Sportback comes with an Audi Drive Select for comfort, steering and suspension responses, Xenon headlights that include headlight washers and automatic operation, 18-inch alloy wheels, and throttle Dynamic and Efficiency settings. In terms of looks and function, the Sportback also includes a retractable rear spoiler, electric windows, heated and electrically adjusted door mirrors, and a powered boot lid. The SE model of the Audi A7, on the other hand, offers DAB digital radio, electrically adjusted front seats, front seat heating, 7-inch colour information screen, an interior light package, and reading lights found on the front and rear. All these features enable convenience and comfort for a user after certain features. It’s best to go for the Audi A7 model that has what you’re looking for.

In terms of comfort, the A7 Sportback delivers in near perfection. The auto offers a smooth integration of a compliant ride and cornering capability. Driving long journeys is made easier thanks to the seats’ low down and lateral support. The quiet in the cabin offers you a serenity no other vehicle can provide thanks to its suppressed engine noise. If this is unnerving, then the 3.0-litre TFSI may be too suppressed in some cases. The sloping rear end may be a bit too large for some, but the compromise is only by a little. Just consider how much space you’ll need when storing luggage for a long trip. Legroom is still provided out back and more than enough space is distributed between passengers. It’s all a matter of the comfort, silence, and ease you’re after.

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A review and history of the Audi A7

The Audi A7 is part of the Audi Sportsback Concept of Audi that was introduced in 2009, it is a five-door hatchback executive car that was initially released in 2010 at the Paris Motor show and then later on made available for the the U.S market at the 2011 New York Auto Show. In 2012, the sedan has won prestigious awards and such as "Car of the Year" in Esquire Magazine and Automobile Magazine's "Automobile of the Year".

The sportback's stiff rival as a five-door hatchback would be the Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class as well as other luxury hatchbacks such as the BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo and the Porsche Panamera.  However, despite similarities, its presence in the car industry has flourished because it stands out from its other four-door sports sedan competitors by having an integrated trunk lid wherein passengers can fold the rear seats to create a more spacious boot in the sedan. It is also comparatively cheaper than its other competitors too.

Audi has created quite a model range from which customers can choose. The Audi A7 is a merge between the prestige of a luxurious car and the dynamism of a sports vehicle.  As a sedan, it gives combines both elegance and practicality.

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