20th December 2016
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The epitome of understated class. Nobody can challenge an Audi cars’ authenticity, and the feeling of self-confidence you get from driving an Audi isn’t replicated in any other brand.
Audi is always future-oriented and carefully conceived, so we offer a range of new and used cars that allow you to experience spectacular driving on a day-to-day basis.
Audi is known for its sophisticated sports design and future technology, from the diverse A3 to the refined, luxury A8 model. We stock a range of Audi models, and if you can’t find the model you’re looking for, we’ll source it for you.
We have plenty of lease options available to you as well, such as business leasing, personal leasing, no deposit leasing and bad credit leasing – we tailor lease contracts to your needs. Are you ready to drive a vehicle that offers pure class, style and performance? Browse our best Audi lease deals and submit an enquiry for the car you love.Types of Audi Leasing
Leasing an Audi doesn’t have to come with upfront payments, as we allow you to avoid paying a deposit altogether. Use your money where you need it, and prevent any payments for 30 days. Relax and save for your first payment without having to worry about a deposit.
Audi’s aren’t only available to people with good credit; we offer bad credit deals for people who’ve suffered financial hardship. That can include anything from defaults, bad credit, IVAs and CCJs. And while we can’t guarantee acceptance, we work with specialist lenders that do their best to get you behind the wheel.
If you spot something you love on our website, don’t delay and drive away on the same day. Our in stock vehicles are available right away, here’s how to get one:
If you’d prefer us to deliver your car, we can arrange to send it to any location in the UK for a small extra cost.View all used Audi lease deals
Are Audis luxury cars?
While they don’t fall into the same price bracket as Bentley or Ferrari, Audis are still luxury cars, but they’re more accessible. Luxury cars perform better, have more lavish interiors and advanced technology. Audi certainly fits into this bracket!
Where are Audi cars made?
Audi makes cars all over the world, such as Germany, Italy, Belgium and Mexico. There is no production plant in the UK.
Should I lease or buy an Audi?
It all depends on what you want from your car and agreement; if you like to switch cars every few years, leasing is ideal. If you prefer to own an asset, then you should look into buying. There are pros and cons of each method, so do some research before you decide.
What type of vehicles does Audi make?
Audi makes cars that suit businesses and individuals. Audi is equally well-known for their more accessible models like the A1 hatchback, sporty SUVs like the Q8 and stylish saloons like the A7.
How does Audi classify its vehicles?
Audi uses a similar alphanumeric system like Mercedes-Benz and BMW. More conventional style road vehicles get the A letter, sportier models get the S letter, and track-inspired editions get the RS letters. The letter Q denotes the SUV range, e-tron is their electric range, and the TT and R8 are outside of any denomination. For more information, read our guide to the different Audi cars.
Does Audi have an electric and hybrid range?
Audi does have an electric range, the e-tron and the e-tron Sportback – with more vehicles planned for the future. Audi Hybrids are available across the following ranges: A3, A6, A7, A8, Q5, Q7 and Q8, with the new Q3 TFSI e and Q3 Sportback TFSI e due arriving soon.
Are Audi cars reliable?
As with any car brand, Audi has some vehicles that are more reliable than others. And as with any car, it can break. However, most people lease when acare is new or nearly new, meaning the vehicle is covered under the manufacturer’s warranty. Warranties remove any extra responsibility from the leaser.
Are Audi cars expensive?
When you lease an Audi, you take away the cost of owning the car as you’re only paying for depreciation. Only paying for depreciation means your monthly payments are lower, which often means people can lease vehicles that wouldn’t usually be open to them if they were paying for ownership.
Are Audi cars worth it?
When you’re leasing, you’re getting the car in its best years, so if you want a new car and don’t want ownership responsibility, then renting an Audi is worth it.