Motorway can help you sell your Audi and get you an excellent price for your vehicle. We are highly experienced buyers of Audi cars and are able to use our network of contacts to ensure our offer to buy your car is competitive and often higher than elsewhere.
Audis are known to hold their value as they are made superbly and typically perform well, even after 5 or even 10 years of continued use. For that reason they are very popular used cars and fetch a very healthy price at auction or through local dealers. Audi sits alongside other premium brands like Porsche, Mercedes and BMW for holding value as durable, hardy and therefore re-sellable machines.
Whether a classic Audi, an early Audi TT model or the latest Audi A4, Q2 or Q3, we can help you sell your car and strive to offer you the best online price for your vehicle. We do not have a preference for a specific model of Audi, and peg our offer price at the amount that specific car is selling for in the UK at the moment. We buy any Audi old or new.
One of the most popular car makes in the UK, there were approximately 1,500,000 Audi cars on the road in the UK as of October 2016. Erring towards the luxury side of the car market, Audi’s premium legacy in high-end motors, makes it a default option for many auto enthusiasts looking for a premium car to drive beyond the more budget likes of Citroen, Vauxhall and Fiat.
Audi is a truly iconic car brand, with the four rings in its logo as instantly recognisable as Coca Cola or McDonalds. But those 4 rings – while iconic – actually mean something to Audi owners (and aspiring audi owners!), they mean luxury, quality and expert, precision engineering.
The German company’s slogan is “Vorsprung durch Technik” which roughly translated means “Advancement Through Technology”. There has rarely been a more apt title for a company as Audi strives to offer advanced, next-generation perfection in its vehicles.
Beyond the iconic slogan, there is perhaps less known about the company’s origins. Those 4 rings are not just there purely for visual effect, each ring symbolises each of the four companies the company originated from to become “Auto Union”.
The name is actually originates from Latin and is a spin on the founder’s name, and that founder was August Horch – one of the forefathers of the automobile industry. Horch actually means listen, which when you translate it in Latin becomes “Audi” – a neat, instantly recognisable brand name if ever there was one. Audi was merged with the Volkswagen (VW) group in 1966.
Audi cars are popular worldwide in every market and are sold in great numbers across all continents. Audi runs its worldwide operations from its HQ in Ingolstadt, Germany. The VW-owned Audi manufacturing plants that make Audi parts or assemble Audi cars are located in Belgium, Hungary, Spain, Hungary, Slovakia, China, India and Indonesia. Audi will be opening an assembly plant in Puebla, Mexico to serve the North American market – the plant is expected to open in late 2016. The iconic Audi A3 is currently made in Hungary.
We can help you sell the following modern models of Audi (as well as all the other older models):