Luxury Audi Cars At Amazing Prices

Ten years ago if you were buying a high-end saloon car it would be one of two choices; a Mercedes Benz or a BMW. You may have already noticed, but over the past decade there’s been a slight change in the choices of the British public. Another car company has overtaken the competition and is now one of the most prominent automobiles on the road today.

The answer is the four ringed German manufacturer; made famous by their wins in the rally circuit with the Quattro, they now have a large part of the high-end car market.

Buying a car is huge decision with many different cars on the market, but now Audi with their wide selection of different models have made the decision a little bit easier. Especially when you see some of the great Audi offers available today at AutoBytel.co.uk.

This wasn’t always the case and in the late 80’s Audi got caught up in a safety scandal and this all but destroyed the brand and Audi has been playing catch up ever since. But now, after nearly three decades of working hard to re-image the car’s brand and push sales forward.

This ploy strangely paid off and with a flood of new products across the entire range, from the big Q7 SUV and the powerful R8 to small compacts like the A1 – Audi now has a car for everyone, and everyone wants one.

In 2011 Audi hit record sales in the US of 117,561 and has since set new records each month. In essence if you’re looking for a new car that is going to be sleek and stylish Audi is one of the best you can choose.


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