At once striking and elegant, the Audi A7 Sportback fuses the refinement of an executive saloon, the practicality of a hatchback and the looks and agility of a coupé. From the enhanced single-frame grille to the retractable spoiler, every element combines to deliver the ultimate in sophisticated presence.
Get a personalised A7 PCP quote or take a test drive, contact Audi Centre today.
Complimentary Accessories Pack when you finalise your 181 Audi order before 2nd December.*
|Audi Genuine Accessories Pack Contents||Value €|
|Rubber Floor Mats||81|
|Rubber Boot Liner||99|
|Collapsible Boot Box||36|
|Audi Cleaning Kit||80|
Avail of exclusive pricing on the following equipment packs when you order the 2018 Audi A7.
Offer Price: €2,235 | Saving: €2,187 (save 50%)
S line Competition Pack
Offer Price: €2,669 | Saving: €2,690 (save 50%)
Get €5,500 towards a new 2018 Audi A7 Sportback when you trade-in a qualifying pre-Euro 5 diesel of any Make or Model.
At Audi Centre we have finance offers available on the Audi A7 range. The example PCP offer below is for the Audi A7 3.0TDI 190 ST SE. Find out more about Audi Finance here.
|Model||A7 3.0TDI 190 ST SE|
|36 monthly payments||€649|
|Optional final payment||€26,704.00|
|Total cost of credit||€3,259.07|
|Total amount payable||€70,869.07|
*Free 181 equipment pack: Available exclusively at Audi Centre to existing customers or eligible family members. Available on selected 181 models only. Customers must register their interest and order their 181 Audi prior to 2nd December 2017 to avail of this offer. Free Accessories pack offer: Limited packs available, on a first come first served basis. Offer available on any 181 Audi model – customers must order their 181 Audi prior to 2nd December 2017 to be eligible. PCP Offers:Total Cost of Credit includes acceptance fee (€75) and completion fee (€75). Minimum deposit is 10%. Subject to lending criteria. This offer is made under a hire purchase agreement. Audi Finance is a trading style of Volkswagen Bank GmbH Branch Ireland, authorised by the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority in Germany and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules. Images shown for illustrative purposes only.