Several pieces of news from Audi today, one of which will be of particular interest to fans of the Q7 SUV
Several pieces of news from Audi today, one of which will be of particular interest to fans of the Q7 SUV.
70% of Q7 buyers have opted for the S line trim level, which costs £900 more than the standard SE. From January 1 to March 31 next year, the £900 will be waived, which means that both SE and S line versions will cost between £41,225 and £50,990, depending on engine.
In the A6 range, any four-cylinder petrol or turbo model ordered from this month and registered by March 31 will be provided with DVD satellite navigation (including TMC congestion avoidance) and a 6-CD autochanger at no extra cost.
V6 and V8 versions of the A6 are having the cost of their optional communications packs reduced by £500. This means that Pack 1 (CD satellite navigation, 6-CD autochanger and GSM mobile phone preparation) will cost £850, while Pack (the same, but with DVD satnav) will cost £1350. This offer applies to models registered between January 1 and March 31.
A more permanent change relates to the introduction of the new Apple iPhone, which will be fully compatible with any A5, A6, A8 or Q7 fitted with the optional GSM phone preparations system with Bluetooth interface.