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The Audi A-Models

If you prefer to ride lower to the ground then you'll love the Audi A-Models. The A3 sedan is the entry-level model and is great for young professionals, college students, and even lucky "sweet sixteens". You'll love the A3 e-tron if you prefer an alternative engine and/or hatchback. This plug-in hybrid comes with a 240-volt charging unit and can be fully-juiced in just 2:15! That means less time waiting around and more time behind the wheel of a German-built ride.

Up next are some of the most iconic models in the Audi A-Model lineup: the Audi A4 and the Audi A4 Allroad. The A4 is for shoppers who want a sedan, whereas the A4 Allroad is a stylish wagon that is a great fit for families who need more space but don't want a luxury crossover.

To finish up the A-models we'll go a little out of order, starting with the A5 and A7. These two are sleek, 4-door coupes. The shape is classic, but still shakes things up the right amount. Traditional sedans include the midsize A6 and the full-size and executive A8.

The Audi Q-Models

Looking for a larger luxury vehicle? You're in luck with the Audi Q-Model offerings. Starting off the series is the Q3. Like the entry-level A3, the Q3 is compact, but you'll still find plenty of luxury features after you buckle up. The Q5 steps it up in size and amenities. This model is perfect for small families or single drivers who need more cargo space. We just cannot get enough of its confident and elegant style. The largest of the bunch - and the most well-stocked crossover at our dealership - is the Q7. Large families will appreciate the three-rows and the fact that it's earned top safety ratings. When properly equipped the Q7 can also tow up to 4,400 pounds!

The Audi S-Models

The Audi models we mentioned have legendary engines that are smooth and fun to drive. However, if you want a little more performance while still owning a car suited for daily driving, then you'll want to check out the Audi S-Model lineup.

Aside from the 'S' badge that's prominently featured on the grille, these models also have stronger brakes, tuned suspensions, and carbon fiber interior accents. To get an idea of the performance differences, below are the Audi S-Model horsepower specs compared to the most powerful engine options on traditional A- and Q-Models.

  • S3: 220 horsepower on the A3 versus 292 horsepower on the sport variant
  • S4, S5, and S5: 252 horsepower on the A4, A5, and Q5 versus 354 horsepower on the sport variants
  • S6 & S7: 340 horsepower on the A6 and A7 versus 450 horsepower sport variants

The Audi R-Models

The S-Models pack quite the punch, but the R-Models hit even harder. These vehicles were even tested on some of the the best tracks Germany has to offer, and we promise they won't disappoint.

  • RS 3: you'll be surprised by the compact RS 3 sedan's engine that has 400 horsepower and 354 lb-ft torque!
  • RS 5: a 2.9L V6 engine will get you to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds, and you'll thoroughly enjoy the 444-horsepower engine.
  • RS 7: this one has a 4.0L V8 engine with 605 horsepower! Get ready to hit 60 mph within 3.6 seconds.
  • R8: this is one of the most iconic Audi R-models and it sports an aggressive, GT-inspired look. Can you handle the 602 horsepower V10 engine?

The Audi TT-Models

Rounding out the lineup are the Audi TT-Model vehicles. These 2-door coupes have a look that is both charming and zippy. The TT is available in one trim and has Alcantara® leather seats, adaptive rear spoiler, and a 220 horsepower and 258 lb-ft torque engine. Continue to up the ante with the TTS and its stronger 292 horsepower engine, and go even further with the TT RS that has an impressive 400 horsepower engine!

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