Audi A7 Car Reviews

The Audi A7 Sportback offers a go between for the A6 and A8, but it is still a very roomy executive car, with an excellent build quality and tasteful interior. It has been described as an elegant, beautifully built car, whilst the sloping roof gives it the sleek profile of a coupe, rather than an executive saloon.

Price Range: £-1 - £-1
Insurance Groups: N/A - N/A
MPG Range: N/A - N/A
Score: 4.5/5
Quality interior
Smooth ride
Impressively refined
Sloping roof restricts headroom
Not enough standard kit
Not that sporty

Latest Audi A7 Car Reviews:

Audi A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI 5dr - March 2012
The A7 Sportback is a fantastic hatchback with a powerful 3.0 litre engine and fairly low fuel usage. The engine is fairly efficient for its size and the hatchback is practical in space too, making...
Audi A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI quattro SE 5dr - March 2012
The 3.0 TDI Quattro SE is a powerful car with a refined engine and sleek Audi good looks. The cabin comes with loads of equipment as standard with the SE trim and much improves on the equipment of ...
Audi A7 Sportback 3.0 TDI quattro S line (245ps) 5dr - January 2012
The quattro S line is a car that offers quite a sporty driving experience when compared with the other cars in the range, and is perfect for those who are looking to drive long distances in comfort...

Audi A7 Overview

Performance is decent from all engine choices, a 2.8 litre and 3.0 litre petrol, or two 3.0 litre diesels, with the more powerful 3.0 litre diesel offering the best blend of performance and efficiency. For those buyers who require a little more performance, the S7 may be worth a look.

Inside is spacious up front but the sloping roofline can limit head room in the back for taller passengers. The acoustic windscreen, which is supplied as standard, helps to reduce outside noise, whilst the optional double-glazed acoustic side windows will eliminate it almost entirely. The high level of refinement, coupled with the supportive adjustable seats, allow you to make the most of this vehicle over long distances, where it is most effective.

The brilliantly stylish interior taken from the A6, gives this car a really luxurious feel. And since the only other car to feature it is the A6, it has an air of exclusivity too.


Originally a concept car, which first developed the A5 Sportback, the A7 went into production in 2010. It is built on the same MLB platform as the A5, and a number of the new generation Audis. The A7 Sportback represents Audi’s return to the executive hatchback market, and has been directly compared to the BMW 5 Series Gran Tourismo, which went into production a year earlier.


The A7 Sportback is stylish both inside and out. Built to sit between the A6 and A8, and to compete with the BMW 5 Series GT and Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class, it is a large executive hatchback that laps up motorway miles with ease.

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