2015 Audi A7 Values
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2015 model year changes
The Audi A7 is mechanically unchanged in 2015, however there are several new features and amenities available across various trims this year. Four-zone climate control is now standard on Premium Plus models, while Prestige trimmed A7s now come with the S line exterior package included. The RS7 meanwhile, is available with a new Carbon package that includes new suspension and steering settings as well as a new diffusor and a sport exhaust system.
A shape like no other; exceptional interior trims and materials; responsive handling; comfortable ride; good rear seat space; class-leading tech features; fuel efficient diesel; potent performance-oriented RS7 model
Special features for 2015
From a design standpoint, the Audi A7 is a standout in the market; while competitors such as the Acura ZDX and BMW 5-Series GranTurismo come close, the A7 is the least "SUV" in this segment. Inside, the A7 is a paragon of great design, as its cabin feels lush and detailed without being functionally complex. Even so, the A7 is very roomy, with enough space for adults in back. Technologically, the A7 is also near the head of its class. The Google Earth mapping with live updates feels a full generation ahead of the systems in many rival models; and the MMI touch system--bringing a fingertip scratch pad that allows data entry without looking away from the road or focusing on a screen-based pointer--is also revolutionary.
The Audi A7 is a car to write home to your mother about. The 29 miles-per-gallon EPA rating is darned good for a car of this size and engine type (albeit the diesel does help; the car is also available in a gasoline-powered A7 3.0T). When the crunchy zero-to-sixty grabs you by your shoulders and thrusts you back in your leather-trimmed, custom bucket seat (goes to 60 mph in about 5.5 seconds flat), you will know that you are driving a sport-tuned full-sized coupe. The added middle seat makes it capable of transporting five passengers, as opposed to the four that were limited before this year’s model. The 310 hp engine gets a surprisingly decent fuel economy for its brutishness and raw power. The cramped yet comfortable interior offers rolling Wi-Fi, touchscreen GPS-enabled master computer, premium sound system and alloy trim, along with a good several dozen other desirable features that have cemented the Audi nameplate as being synonymous with luxury. The standard 4 year/50,000 mile warranty is decent, but certainly not the thing you will be sending mother a letter for when you drive this beautiful car off the lot and onto the open road.