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Audi Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of Audi. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching Audi.


Audi vehicles are synonymous with quality. Since its humble beginnings back in 1909, this German auto manufacturer has continually focused its efforts on technological advancements and engineering, which has allowed it to produce some of the finest vehicles in the world. Carvana has an inventory of top-quality Audis for you to check out.


Ever-Evolving Engines

Audi introduced the first gasoline-powered five-cylinder engine four decades ago. After its appearance, the car company enhanced and evolved the engine to include turbocharging and advanced emissions control among other features. However, by 1997, all five-cylinder engines were phased out for V-6s until 2009 when the five-cylinder made a comeback featuring turbocharging, gasoline direct injection, and 340 horsepower. Since then, the engine has evolved even more and now can muster 400 horsepower. As of 2018, this five-cylinder wonder had been voted "Engine of the Year" by a group of international car journalists nine times.

100% Galvanized Cars

Many Audi cars are 100% galvanized, which helps them from corroding. Audi was the first major car company to adopt this measure, which has proven very effective against rust. The protection works so well that Audi has extended its manufacturer's warranty against corrosion from 10 to 12 years.

Advanced Transmission Technology

Some used Audis come with DSG, which is a Direct-Shift Gearbox. It is a dual-clutch transmission that is essentially an automated semi-automatic transmission that offers practically instantaneous gear shifting. Although this type of transmission uses a dual-clutch system, you can drive it as if it were a conventional automatic. You can find DSG technology in models like the Audi A3, A4, and TT.


Top-Notch Basics for a Price

All vehicles come with their own version of basic amenities; however, with an Audi, the basics are often the upgradeable options on other cars. That being said, Audis are generally more expensive than other vehicles in their class, which means you are essentially paying for the upgrades.

Multi-Media Interface

In 2003, Audi introduced a control interface to manage its infotainment systems in its vehicles. It is known as MMI (Multi-Media Interface) and gives you control over many of your Audi's entertainment and comfort capabilities such as radio, CD changer, heating and cooling, and satellite navigation. Unfortunately, MMIs can get lazy and cause your entire system to freeze up or need rebooting; you could be locked out of some of your car's essential functions while the bugs are worked out.

Lightweight With Heavy Equipment

The A8, A2, TT, and R8 all come with the Audi Space Frame design. It is a technology that uses aluminum instead of steel for the vehicle's body, which results in a car that is much lighter and often faster. However, because of the heavy quattro four-wheel-drive system, weight reduction is a bit mitigated.

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