Thinking about selling your Audi? You’ve come to the right place. Get a fair and competitive valuation for your Audi with webuyanycar.com.
We buy all Audi vehicles, from the sporty Audi TT to the executive Audi A4, meaning you can sell your Audi no matter what the model! Cars from the German manufacturer are known for being sleek, luxurious and incredibly sought-after. From owners who enjoy desirable models such as the popular Audi A3 to those who simply appreciate the high-end engineering and design of the manufacturer’s fleet, Audis have something to offer everyone.
However, for most car owners the time always comes to move on to a new vehicle, or simply let go of an older one. At webuyanycar.com we’d be happy to buy your Audi and give it a new home!
With webuyanycar.com, you can get a quick and simple online car valuation in under a minute. To value your Audi, simply enter your reg number in the box below to begin.
The A1 is Audi’s ‘supermini’ rivalling the likes of the Mini Cooper and Ford Fiesta. Although owners report that the A1 doesn’t feel as nice to drive as the Fiesta, it beats it with finesse and the luxury interior, carried over from the executive saloon models. The classic usually comes with a 3-door, but those who prefer 5-door can opt for the sportback for that extra punch of power.
The Audi A2 could also be likened to the supermini, but this model stands out for its economic performance with a range of small engines to fit inside its revolutionary weight-saving aluminium body. This town car is ideal for those who want a vehicle that is cheap to run with the upmarket image that Audi provides.
The Audi A3 is in tough competition with the BMW 1 Series when it comes to performance, but doesn’t quite compete when it comes to style due to its subtle design. Ranging from the classic hatchback, ideal for small families, to the convertible for those who like a bit of class and the RS3 for those extra specs that add power and speed thanks to the option of a 2.5 litre five-cylinder petrol engine that produces an impressive 395bhp.
The Audi A4 offers a great range of styles ranging from the executive saloon, Allroad Quattro Estate and sportier S models, easily competing with the likes of the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes C-Class. If you’re looking for comfort, a quiet drive and technically advanced features, then the A4 has got it all. Available with a variety of engines dependant on your priorities.
The sporty range from Audi! Taking the executive feel of the A4 and combining it with a low, sporty design, the A5 oozes elegance and flair. Available as a coupe, hatchback and convertible, whatever model you choose the Audi A5 will be packed full of style, practicality and class that rivals the high performers.Find out more
Combine the class of an executive model with ample space and you’ve got the Audi A6. This medium-sized luxury car boasts an impressive interior and comfortable ride across the range, from the classic saloon, SUV style Allroad Quattro Estate and the sportier models to rival the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class.
The ultimate luxury car from the Audi range. The A7 is one to impress with its sleek design and quality interior. When it comes to the drive, as smooth, fast and comfortable it is, there are others on the market that are just as good, or even better, but the A7 is ideal if you’re looking for a beautiful and technically advanced vehicle with the class that the Audi label brings.
The Audi A8 shines more on the inside than it does the outside with a simple exterior and beautifully designed interior so you can sit back and enjoy your ride. The standardised cockpit is already technically advanced enough to impress keen drivers before you add any extras to compete against top class favourites like the Mercedes S-Class and BMW 7 Series.
If you want the performance of an SUV without the overwhelming size, then the Audi Q2 is ideal. The small SUV crossover is in direct competition with the Nissan Juke but with the premium badge that Audi offers. Complete with adjustable details from the interior design, to the technical features, to the engine, the Q2 is a great option for the entry point SUV.
The Audi Q3 is a part of Audi’s SUV range to target the same audience of the Mercedes GLA or the BMW X1. One of the smaller SUV’s that Audi provide yet still has ample space for the whole family for a relaxing drive. Designed with a hatchback for a smoother design than larger SUV’s adds extra appeal.
The Audi Q5 is bigger than those below it in the range, yet is still quite a bit smaller than the Q7 providing the practicality of a 4x4 without the size of a large SUV to rival the Land Rover Discovery Sport. The interior design is simple yet has an air of luxury that Audi always provides, along with adjustable back seats and plenty of boot space ideal for a family car.
Audi may have been late on the scene with the large SUV, but they didn’t disappoint with the Q7. It doesn’t thrive off-road but the four-wheel drive gives it the ability to do so if needed. If the size of this seven seater makes you nervous when it comes to parking then the parking sensors will definitely come in handy, along with a technically advanced satnav and heated door mirrors that give this range the added detail to stand out.
If it’s flash you’re looking for then the Audi R8 is full of it. The Audi sports car comes with two versions; the coupe or the convertible, to compete against other premium designs from Porsche and Mercedes. Boasting the speed and power of a typical sports car without cutting back on the comfort makes for a desirable and unforgettable experience behind the wheel.
The Audi TT isn’t the most practical in the range due to its lack of space in the rear and the boot, but it has plenty in the way of performance and design. The attractive look of the sports car appeals to those who don’t need the space of a family sized car, but more focus on the enjoyment of the drive and the luxury that comes with the brand.
We Buy Any Car are the quick and simple way to sell. If wasting time with part exchanges doesn’t appeal and the thought of a salesman forcing their pitch on you puts you off selling your car, then we can help. At We Buy Any Car you can receive an online valuation in less than a minute just by entering your reg and answering a few quick questions with no obligation to sell. However, if you’re happy with the quote you receive, you could book an appointment at your local branch and even sell your car the same day!
With over 200 locations across the UK the average time it would take you to reach your closest branch is just 15 minutes. So there really is no fuss, no time wasting and no confusion. With webuyanycar.com it’s quick, simple and honest.
If you’re thinking, “It’s time to sell my Audi”, and you want to do it quickly and easily without any fuss, then webuyanycar.com is the car buying service for you. Here’s how to sell your Audi:
Knowing when to sell your car may seem tricky, but with these simple tips, you could score a great price at resale! The time of year is a key influencer on the value of your vehicle. This includes a couple of factors, most importantly seasonality and the plate change. The season can alter the value depending on the model; sportier models often receive a better value in the summer months, whereas off-road SUVs that thrive in all conditions can have a better value in the winter months. This is all down to supply and demand, if you wouldn’t want to drive a particular model in certain months then the likelihood is less people would want to buy it then either.
The plate change affects the age of your car, and therefore affecting its value. Everyday your car gets that little bit older, and therefore decreases in value, but it is March and September that are significant times of the year when the reg plates change and make the age of your car more prominent. If you want to sell your Audi, you could receive a better valuation before the car ages another year.
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Audi offers luxury, style and fun every time you get behind the wheel. Whether you prefer the sporty Audi TT or the family sized Q7 range, you know you’re opting for a high-end luxury vehicle.
However, like all other makes, Audi are still subject to depreciation. So, the question is, what can you do to get the best possible value for your car? As well as knowing when to sell your car, you also need to know how to look after your car. For example, keep the mileage down by only driving when necessary, drive carefully without fast acceleration, and take your Audi for its annual service to a reputable garage. Taking care of your car to ensure it remains in the best possible condition will help to retain some of its value.
Whether you’re looking to buy or looking to sell your Audi, it is worth knowing how much it is worth. Taking into consideration the model, age and condition it can be very tricky to pin point an average across the whole Audi range. However, on average after 5 years your Audi could be worth £11,485. To figure this out you need to consider the car’s age, mileage, condition and any other factors that may affect the vehicle. We’ve created a guide to get you started. The values below are based on the assumption that each year the vehicle drives 12,000 miles and is in perfect condition. So, if there are any other issues with your Audi you can deduct accordingly. Each value is an estimate and those highlighted in red are estimated based on the manufacturer as a whole.