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Audi has been around for over 100 years
Last updated: 11 October 2018 Audi has proven itself
to be one of Germany's top automotive brand and rightly so. They've had over 100 years of trial and error behind their proverbial belt. They live up to their slogan "Vorsprung durch Technik", meaning "Advancement through Technology", having produced a number of vehicles that were ahead of their time. For Audi insurance
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It's no secret that the VW group pairs the A1 with the Polo in its development process. However, the Audi is aimed at a more sophisticated crowd and thus has more technology and style than the VW Polo. The A1 is a supermini that'll sweep you off your feet after your first drive.
It's accurate and responsive and once you get onto the highway, the stability will fool you into thinking you're driving a car above the A1's class.
The Audi A3 is sexy and sophisticated, a car that speaks to both men and women. Audi has spared no expense on build quality when looking at an Audi and the A3 is no exception. They are miticulous with every detail, from the click of the air vents to the smell of each material used inside.
The standard equipment on the A3 is impressive. This includes forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, rear-cross traffic alert and rearview camera.
If you're looking for a compact executive car, the A4 should spark your interest. It's refined and has such great performance that it's been used in touring championships. Don't let this fool you into thinking it doesn't have any luxury. In fact, the exact opposite is true. It sits in the same class as the BMW 3 Series and Jaguar XE.
Audi introduced the Q1 as an attempt to lead the fast growing small-crossover segment. It comes in a 1.4-litre turbocharged diesel and an equivalent petrol engine version. The Q1 is no longer sold in South Africa and the only available Q series vehicles are the Q2, Q3, Q5 and Q7.
The Q2 is a fairly new addition to the Q Series, having only been introduced to the global market within the past two years. The Q2 comes packed with tech such as Bluetooth, USB port and an infotainment system controlled by a 12.3in TFT screen.
The Q3 is aimed as a lifestyle and sports vehicle. This is in contrast to its siblings, the Q5 and Q7, which are positioned as practical family vehicles with off-road performance. This isn't to say that the off-road capabilities of the Q3 are bad, it's simply made for a different purpose in mind and it does a great job at fulfilling that purpose.
The interior is slick and classy. Common areas you'd touch are covered in soft-touch materials and despite the conservative design, the quality of the Q3's cabin beats Mercedes' and BMW's offerings in the same segment.
The Q5 is a top-class performer despite its somewhat plain exterior. Its performance is refined and the well matched engine and gearbox has taken it past the days of clunky starts and turbo lag. The price is a little steep though and you may find yourself considering a Q7 after ticking a boxes of extras.
The Q7 is Audi's flagship SUV, the beast of the bunch. The latest generation of the Q7 features sharp clean lines with a slightly smaller frame, but only by a fraction. Audi have been wizards in creating a spacious interior with the Q7 and truly live up to their slogan.
The R8 is a tribute to power and performance. The revs, the traction, it's a hugely exciting car to drive. Audi has certainly shown they aren't shy when it comes to making a super-sports car. The second generation is testament to that.
The Audi RS3 is a hot hatch with a large amount of power packed into a practical frame. In addition to that, it spits out that power through it's four-wheel drive quattro system, keeping it stuck to the ground as one would expect.
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