There's an almost Olympian strength to the four interlocking rings on the Audi badge, and it's in no way misleading. Whether you love the stoic Germanic styling of these cars or not, you can be in no doubt you're buying a level of solidity that even the Japanese can't beat. But they're pricey and not dynamically flawless.
$33,950 - $66,297
The low-end of the Audi range deserves kudos. It carries the build quality and ride of its more expensive stablemates, at a fraction of the cost.
$50,900 - $113,010
Safe, reliable and even drives well. But for some reason, it still doesn't excite us all that much.
$93,944 - $98,181
Audi's answer to the BMW 3-series Coupe won't
appeal to all, but those that like it fawn over it.
$76,996 - $155,381
Good-looking sedan, station wagon or off-roader ranging from your standard family mover to the insane RS6 Avant.
$165,020 - $341,916
Lovely, a proper exec express. A great range of engines as well.
$81,233 - $127,840
Even by stupidly huge SUV standards the Q7 is stupidly huge. Hilariously, there's a hybrid version for California, liked by the stupidly huge Governor Schwarzenegger.
$277,196 - $293,085
Audi's Porsche-bothering supercar. We like it. A lot.
Audi has always done a good job of filling niches you didn't even know were there. With the new RS4 Avant, it's (big) business as usual.
Imagine fitting a tower block with enough power to leave almost every supercar for dead over any road. That's the RS6. Awesome, but curiously terrifying.
$66,403 - $70,000
A rich man's Golf GTI. Clearly it's a very fine thing, but on Planet Hatchback you exit the atmosphere at big dollars, and by the time you get to S3 money you're into deep orbit.
$68,900 - $103,265
The ever-green of the Audi fleet, the TT just will not fade in popularity. Probably because it is so damn fun to drive.