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Part of the world’s biggest car brand Volkswagen, Audi is known as a high-quality producer of modern cars. Customers of the Audi brand know that they can expect high levels of comfort, reliability and style in the price that they pay. You can find the owner’s manual for many popular Audi’s such as the Q5 and A4 on this page.


Browse by Audi Model (12 in total)

A1

This A1 model is the smallest car on offer from the German automaker Audi. It is classed as a supermini and is available with either a 3 or 5-door body. Modern versions of the A1 are built on the Volkswagen Polo platform

A3

Built on the same platform as the Volkswagen Golf, the A3 is the company's subcompact executive car. You will see the car o the road in both a hatchback and sedan configuration with a small number of convertible versions available briefly

A4

A4's hit the road for the first time in the mid-1990s and were even sold as convertibles for a short time after 2002. The RS performance trim was introduced in 1999 and has continued to be a popular entry-level practical sports car

A5

Introduced in 2007, the A5 is a liftback/Sportback model that is also available as a 2-door coupe and convertible. Engine choices range from a sensible 1.8-liter through to the 4.2-liter V8 fitted in the four-wheel-drive RS5 trim

A6

To replace the ageing 100 model Audi introduced the A6 executive car in the mid-1990s. Currently, the A6 is used by the company to exhibit some of its latest technology thanks to its large size and ample room for passengers and features

A7

A liftback-shaped auto, similar to the A5, the A7 features many high-tech comfort and safety features not found on other Audi models. An RS7 trim capable of producing 600bhp through all four wheels is available for those seeking a high-performance automobile

Q2

Built on top of the Volkswagen Golf platform, the Q2 is classed as a subcompact crossover SUV. It sits just above the Q1 in terms of size and features an infotainment system that dominates the dashboard and removes the need for buttons and dials

Q3

The largest of the German automaker's subcompact crossover SUVs, the Q3 shares its platform with the Volkswagen Golf. Impressively, the Q3 has always scored 5 out of 5 stars with Euro NCAP which is rare for an SUV shaped car

Q5

The Q5 is classed as a compact crossover SUV and sits in the same segment as the Q4. Underneath the car is the same platform used under the A4 with Euro NCAP awarding the car impressive scores continuously with each new generation

Q7

When the Q7 was first launched at the turn of the century it was classed as a full-size SUV, now it sits in the mid-size segment. It is used as a basis for many of the Volkswagen SUVs such as those released under the Bentley and Lamborghini brands

Q8

To compete with the BMW X6 and the Mercedes-Benz GLE Audi introduced the Q8 in the 2019 model year. It is classed as a mid-size luxury crossover SUV and te engine/transmission options lean towards the high-performance segment of the market

TT

Underneath the Audi TT is the Volkswagen Golf chassis that it shares with many other models. The TT has always been sold as a 2+2 coupe with some models sporting a convertible body. An RS trim has been available for a few years that uprate the car significantly

About Audi

The Audi company was formed by the merger of 4 other auto manufacturers during the early parts of the 20th century, going through several re-brands.

The original 4 ring logo represents the 4 major brands that were merged to form the initial Audi company.

Audi has a deep history in motorsport, being feared in many different disciplines such as the World Rally Championship, BTCC and at Le Mans.

The company ensures that it remains a key player on the automotive stage worldwide through its heavy investment in technology. On average the company spends around $5b per year on new technology, making it near impossible for a small company to get close to what they have achieved.

  • Models: 12