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Audi A7 Sportback (2011 - 2018)

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reviewed by Les. Roberts on 10 February 2019
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reviewed by G-John on 1 February 2016
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reviewed by wrenko on 1 December 2013
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reviewed by hanko on 20 November 2013
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3.0 TDI quattro SE (245ps) 5dr Hatchback

reviewed by JFC on 18 January 2013
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How it drives
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Fuel economy
5
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
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Experience at the dealership
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How practical it is
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Overall reliability

Everything a driving enthusiast could want in an everyday, multipurpose car.

I looked at the new XJ for luxury, the Porsche Cayenne and R-R Sport for 4x4/luggage/dog space, and a selection of Mercedes. The A7 Quattro SE, with air suspension, insulating glass, large wheels and a host of other options is all these cars rolled into one. It's almost as quiet and smooth as the XJ (in fact better than the XJs I drove, which all seemed to have big wheels), has the same engine as the Cayenne diesel (and better economy) and there isn't a comparable Mercedes (although the new M-Class might be an option now). The 8-speed 'conventional' auto is a perfect match for this engine, and the torque/acceleration is phenomenal.

With the hatchback and fold-down seats there is an enormous luggage space (a little narrow but very long) and the car's appearance is, in my opinion, one of the best on the road. I have fitted winter tyres so should be well-equipped for the snow (falling heavily as I write this!).

I've travelling 12,000 miles from new and it's been faultless.

I brilliant car, one of Audi's best-kept secrets.

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reviewed by hanko on 15 February 2012

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Price£41,175–£61,305
Road TaxD–J
MPG34.4–60.1 mpg
Real MPG75.5%

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