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Explore the Range of Big Audi Q-Cars and Their Deposit Contribution Offers

By Phil Gardner | September 16, 2019

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Excellent deals on the new Q5, Q7 and Q8 models from Audi

Explore the Range of Big Audi Q-Cars and Their Deposit Contribution Offers

Audi’s model lineup has never been as big as it is right now. Their showrooms are overflowing with everything from the supermini A1 to the all-electric Audi E-Tron SUV. Today we’re looking at the top end of the Q range, these are the most premium, practical and luxurious models in the Audi range. They do demand some of the steeper price tags, so Audi are offering some great Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) deals that include deposit contributions. 

The Audi Q5 from £41,420

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The Audi Q5 is Audi’s best selling big SUV and it has been a roaring success since its inception back in 2008. The Q5 is only in its second generation and only released in 2018 when it received subtle improvements on the hugely popular first generation. The Q5 sells particularly well as a diesel thanks to Audi’s famously refined engines which offer very little in terms of unwanted vibrations or rattles. The Q5 is arguably the best-built model in its class and it goes up against some stiff opposition. In the boot, you can fit a whole 610 litres of luggage with the rear seats in place or a chasmic 1,550 litres with the rear row down. Right now on a 4 year PCP deal, Audi are offering a healthy £3,200 contribution towards your deposit with their Audi Solutions offer, bringing the monthly price down to just £415 per month for the Q5 S line. That’s rather generous...

  • £415 x 4 yrs at 6.7% APR

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Audi Q7 from £54,070

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The Q7 is the biggest car that Audi currently sell, and it is massive. This is a true seven-seater. The Q7 is one of the most commanding and imperious cars on the roads but it is also exceptionally practical. Fold-down all 5 rear seats for a whopping 2,080 litres of luggage space. The Q7 is also loaded with some extremely capable technology and it can now be spec’d with Audi’s world-famous virtual cockpit, which displays all the necessary driver information in a well organised, intuitive and highly customisable instrument cluster screen. Elsewhere, the material quality is as exquisite as you would expect and the build quality is right up there with the very best cars on the market. 

Better still, the current offer from Audi on their Solutions PCP offer, you can get a huge £5,000 deposit contribution towards the purchase of S Line and Black Edition Q7 models. That helps bring the price down significantly to £549 per month on a 4-year deal.

  • £549 x 4 yrs at 6.7% APR

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Audi Q8 from £67,010

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The new Q8 is Audi's flagship model. They’ve thrown every last bit of equipment, technology, design and performance at this model and they’ve come up trumps. The Q8 is a 5-seater SUV with ‘coupe-styling’ and a huge amount of standard equipment. There is only the S Line model and the Vorsprung model, both of which have an incredible amount of standard equipment, such as air suspension, all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering, mild-hybrid technology and so on. If you’re in the market for a luxury 5 seater SUV then this is the be-all and end-all without spending way over £100,000. Speaking of pricing, the Q8 is quite reasonably priced (relative to the market). Ok, it’s not cheap, no cars in this segment are ‘cheap’, but it’s great value for what is an exceptionally equipped and increasingly desirable flagship car.

If you’re considering a Q8, you’ll be happy to know that through Audi’s Solutions PCP offer you can get the Q8 from as little as £699 for 48 months at 6.5% APR.

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So, which Q takes your fancy? Why not request a test drive if you're thinking of changing?

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