The TT has a smart interior and an Innovative dashboard design. The range of engines are fantastic and the models especially the S Line Black Edition look very cool.
The main issues with the TT is that the rear seats a quite pointless and the vehicle just isn’t that exciting to drive. Even the really quick versions are not that fun, especially with the four wheel drive kicking in, it just becomes a bit dull and unrewarding.
So the R8, well its seriously fast has great handling that really keeps you involved. Being one of the only truly useable supercars the R8 is in a great position. Still giving drivers a fantastic driving experience with an incredible exhaust noise to boot. With such a beautiful cabin too, its just a lovely place to be.
All-wheel drive really helps this beast stay on the road and actually makes driving it very easy indeed. The only negatives are the reserved styling and small luggage room
The A8’s understated design definitely appeals to a more refined customer, those who like to keep their affluence hidden.
The interior is fabulous and top quality materials have been used to create a wonderful place to be. Whether you’re driving or being driven the A8 provides beautifully for both requirements. The A8 no provides stiff competition for the Jag XF, Mercedes-Benz S-Class and BMW 7 Series
The A7 is a fabulous looking motor probably the most elegant of the Audi range, it’s a larger version of the A5 Sportback but on a brand new platform it site somewhere between the A5 and A8.
Having had one of these vehicles we were impressed with the overall package that the A7 delivers. It is comfortable, smooth, quiet and very pretty. The only thing against is that some of its rivals are a slightly more rewarding drive.
The A6 comes in three variants a saloon, estate and the Allroad (off road). The latest Audi A6 was launched in 2011 and is due a replacement. The A6 is similar to the A4 and the A8, we say it’s not the strongest model in Audi’s range.
The A6’s competition XF, E-Class and the BMW 5-Series are all better packages. Perhaps a new A6 will bring it back to the level of its competitors. However the RS6 is an absolute beasty and deserves special note.
The A5 comes as a coupe, cabriolet, hatchback and offers two flying machines the S5; bonkers RS5. We love the looks of the whole range and feel that the A5 range encapsulates everything good about Audi.
Great styling coupled with a plush interior, although some of the controls are hard work to get used too.
Lots of engine variants, spec levels and trims, give the A5 a great appeal to a broad spectrum of buyers. It’s been a very popular model for Audi and we expect this to continue.
The latest generation Audi A4 Saloon was launched in 2015, to be fair it doesn’t really look much difference to the last model. I suppose Audi are thinking if it’s not broke why fix it.
The A4 is as usual duelling it out with the C Class and 3 series, however the brilliant and beautiful Jaguar XE is now taking valuable market share. This sector is super competitive and whilst the A4 is a very good car, is it a class leader? We say probably not, the Beemer and Jag drive better and the Merc is more comfy. The Audi appeals to people who aren’t too fussed about drivability and look for form over function.
The A4 comes in various guises the estate is a decent version and the RS4 is fab, go for the S Tronic if you are looking at an auto box.
The current A3 is the third generation and was launched in 2013, the range includes a cabriolet, three and five door models. In direct competition with the BMW 1 series and Mercedes A-Class, it is a very good car, with Audi considerably improving on the mk2 version.
The A3 drives well and sits somewhere in between the Beemer and Merc in terms of comfort and drivability. With lots of different specs, models and engine variants there is something for everyone.
If you are looking for an auto version go for the S Tronic gear box, it is very good and much better than the old multitronic box. The A3 comes in various guises the convertible is decent, but the S3 is a fabulous motor to drive and the four wheel drive system is ace.
The Audi A1 has been a roaring success, it provides the usual refined quality associated with Audi and the practicality of a small 5 door hatch. The A1 was born to face off with the Mini, in our opinion the A1 is the superior car.
The range topping Audi A1 S Line is the most popular model and has really looks the part. The A1 has a fabulous range of features that can be added too, the technology on the baby Audi is also cutting edge.
With such a great driving experience and great styling the A1 is sure to be a top seller for years to come, it’s one of our favourite small cars and certainly in our top three.
Launched in 2016 the Q2 is the latest in Audi’s crossover range adding to Q3, Q5 and Q7 models.
The Q2 is aimed at the MINI Countryman, Mercedes-Benz GLA and BMW X1, it shares most of the same equipment and running gear as current Audi models, it is also priced pretty similarly to the A3 Sportback too.
It is proving a big hit. The future looks good for the Q2 and we expect this model to run for a long time.
Since its launch in 2011 the Q3 has been a huge success, it has sold by the bucket load. With it’s a higher ride height, top quality finish and cool appeal the Q3 has really flourished. The Q3 is probably the class leading car and makes the BMW X1 look pretty ordinary.
In our opinion the Q3 is a fabulous car and is unrivalled in the prestige sector. Lots of different models and specs to choose from, the best model is the 2.0 TDi S Tronic S Line.
The all new Q5 launched in 2016 has been completely overhauled. The car is chunkier looking, definitely more aggressive and nearly 100kg lighter than before, this all makes the new Q5 a great package and like it’s little Q series brothers, a possible class leader.
Although the Q5 has a fearsome rivals, the BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLC, Land Rover Discovery Sport, Range Rover Evoque, Jag F-Pace and Volvo XC60 are all great cars. As a total package the Q5 is right up there, but only time will tell if it proves a success.
Well the Q7 has the usual Q series set up and looks ok inside and out. For us there are too many other better 4×4’s out there to consider the Q7. The Range Rover Sport, new XC90, X5 & ML are all better vehicles so we would opt for those.
However the Q7 is very reliable and used makes a sensible choice. The 3.0 TDi is the best variant with the auto box.