Brand New Audi A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI Executive S-Tronic Auto, Save £12,783 off RRP of £46,415, £33632 at Broadspeed
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Brand New Audi A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI Executive S-Tronic Auto, Save £12,783 off RRP of £46,415, £33632 at Broadspeed

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Found 20th Jan 2016
Excellent saving for a popular Audi Model, the A7- 27.5% off at Broadspeed.

New Facelift version with the updated LED DRL's, look smart if its the car you are after, and a lot cheaper than its rivals the CLS and 6-series.

think its cheaper on DTD
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Ae you a car dealer?
V12 ?
mcormack

Ae you a car dealer?



​Looks like it
Are indicators still an optional extra on these?
Original Poster
mcormack

Ae you a car dealer?



No, just a car enthusiast who enjoys finding good deals for family and friends....benefitted from the Audi A4 deal on here before so decided to contribute back a bit :-)
It's an Audi. Cue verbals...
benasipro

V12 ?



Strap 2 of them together and then you will have a V12
Love the look of these cars, stunning!
Did you order the new A4? Had it delivered??
Has it got electric windows ?
Original Poster
ravibasuta

Did you order the new A4? Had it delivered??


Yep, had it delivered before Christmas, very happy with it so far
apocalypsenow

Has it got electric windows ?



Hahhhhahahahahhaahhahaaahahaha comedian. Bet you drive a Dacia Sandaro and it's a serious question
Does it come with indicators?
ashikdeva

Are indicators still an optional extra on these?



Of for .... Sake. Change the record will you! It's not even funny anymore. Epic fail!
Car enthusiast? Diesel? Audi?

Anyway, the A7 is hardly a popular model, hence the cut and heavy depreciation compared to the A3-6's.

Nice car to be driven around in.
pricebustme

Car enthusiast? Diesel? Audi? Anyway, the A7 is hardly a popular model, … Car enthusiast? Diesel? Audi? Anyway, the A7 is hardly a popular model, hence the cut and heavy depreciation compared to the A3-6's.Nice car to be driven around in.



Exactly my thoughts!

Car enthusiast? I'd say more of a status enthusiast.
Cameron92

Does it come with indicators?


Zzzzzzzzz....
ashikdeva

Are indicators still an optional extra on these?


Again, Zzzzzzzzz
Great deal
Be prepared to invest in an oil company as these engines burn it at an alarming rate that Audi says the accepted amount is 1 litre per 1000 miles! I had an a5 that burned it at that rate and they claimed its within limits!

Load of cow dung! Lovely cars but with limitations and unacceptable business practices

No ford, Vauxhall, Toyota, diesel I've ever owned has burdened a drop of oil
I thought this was HotUKDeals, not BitchAboutEverything.
sparklehedgehog

Be prepared to invest in an oil company as these engines burn it at an … Be prepared to invest in an oil company as these engines burn it at an alarming rate that Audi says the accepted amount is 1 litre per 1000 miles! I had an a5 that burned it at that rate and they claimed its within limits!Load of cow dung! Lovely cars but with limitations and unacceptable business practicesNo ford, Vauxhall, Toyota, diesel I've ever owned has burdened a drop of oil



Utter rubbish.
I've had an A7 twenty months and put half a litre in over 35k miles, although the tiptronic box is just about to cost me £2k to repair.
Edited by: "willhay555" 20th Jan 2016
klunk

Exactly my thoughts! Car enthusiast? I'd say more of a status enthusiast.



No need to get personal?
willhay555

Utter rubbish.I've had an A7 twenty months and put half a litre in over … Utter rubbish.I've had an A7 twenty months and put half a litre in over 35k miles, although the tiptronic box is just about to cost me £2k to repair.



Shouldn't that be covered under the warranty?
sparklehedgehog

Be prepared to invest in an oil company as these engines burn it at an … Be prepared to invest in an oil company as these engines burn it at an alarming rate that Audi says the accepted amount is 1 litre per 1000 miles! I had an a5 that burned it at that rate and they claimed its within limits!Load of cow dung! Lovely cars but with limitations and unacceptable business practicesNo ford, Vauxhall, Toyota, diesel I've ever owned has burdened a drop of oil



That was for a very specific petrol engine (2.0L TFSI from memory). These 3.0L TDI have no reported/common issues.

On a different note, the A7 has what I would consider 'questionable' styling, the back is a bit odd looking but beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it's certainly distinctive if nothing else.
willhay555

Utter rubbish.I've had an A7 twenty months and put half a litre in over … Utter rubbish.I've had an A7 twenty months and put half a litre in over 35k miles, although the tiptronic box is just about to cost me £2k to repair.



​all car manufacturers state 1L/1000km.
audi a7's look really sad & depressed from behind like vauxhall drivers faces
willhay555

Utter rubbish.I've had an A7 twenty months and put half a litre in over … Utter rubbish.I've had an A7 twenty months and put half a litre in over 35k miles, although the tiptronic box is just about to cost me £2k to repair.



Only 2k to spend after 2 years? Winner!

our 2 year old a5 quattro had the clutch disintegrate at 22k miles and they tried to claim it was our fault!!! a £40k model with clutch that lasts 2 years??? Front suspension ball joint went at 18k miles

Never again...
BM12

Of for .... Sake. Change the record will you! It's not even funny … Of for .... Sake. Change the record will you! It's not even funny anymore. Epic fail!



I agree with the last 75% of what you said. I'll be **** if I can understand the first 25%
ashikdeva

Are indicators still an optional extra on these?



Nope; not that it should concern you fella. You sound like a small family hatchback kind of guy
sparklehedgehog

Only 2k to spend after 2 years? Winner!our 2 year old a5 quattro had the … Only 2k to spend after 2 years? Winner!our 2 year old a5 quattro had the clutch disintegrate at 22k miles and they tried to claim it was our fault!!! a £40k model with clutch that lasts 2 years??? Front suspension ball joint went at 18k milesNever again...



Thing is I had an A6 before that my wife now drives that we've had since eight months old, it's a late 2006 and been faultless.
dale86uk

No need to get personal?



Ignore them. Clearly a better car then what they are driving otherwise they wouldn't be playing the "status" card.
klunk

Exactly my thoughts! Car enthusiast? I'd say more of a status enthusiast.



Status? You make it sound like it's RS or R8
pricebustme

Shouldn't that be covered under the warranty?



It's a late 2011.
Really good buy and great drivers car, fantastic handling but not as aggressive as the bmw 6 series
This is certainly was one of the best cars I have driven. Just make sure you get rid of it when the warranty ends.

ashikdeva

Are indicators still an optional extra on these?



I wish the 1980s jokes were optional.... I would opt out

YAWN
sparklehedgehog

Be prepared to invest in an oil company as these engines burn it at an … Be prepared to invest in an oil company as these engines burn it at an alarming rate that Audi says the accepted amount is 1 litre per 1000 miles! I had an a5 that burned it at that rate and they claimed its within limits!Load of cow dung! Lovely cars but with limitations and unacceptable business practicesNo ford, Vauxhall, Toyota, diesel I've ever owned has burdened a drop of oil




Audi A6.. 18 months and no oil.
http://drewisdope.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Ghey-Audi.jpg cold
Moonwolf1976

cold


Find me VW same class for 17K and I will buy you Audi poor guy.
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