2012 Audi TT – sell my car
2011 Audi A1 – sell my car
2015 Audi A3 – sell my car
2015 Audi A5 – sell my car
2013 Audi Q7 SLine Wagon White – Sell my Car
2008 Audi A4 S Line – Sell My Car
2005 Audi A4 Sline Sedan – Sell my car
2009 Audi Q7 S Line Wagon – Sell my car
2012 Audi A3 Hatch – Sell my car
2003 Audi A4 Wagon – Sell my car
2006 Audi A4 Quattro Sedan – Sell my car
2014 Audi A5 S TRONIC QUATTRO 8T Coupe – Sell my car
2007 Holden Commodore Clubsport R8 VE Sedan – sell my car
2004 Holden Commodore R8 VY Sedan – Sell my car
2012 Audi A1 AG 8X Hatch – Sell my car
2011 Audi A4 MY 12 Sedan – Sell my car
2005 Audi A3 2.0 8P Wagon – Sell my car
2011 Audi A6 Tronic Quattro 4GL Sedan – Sell my Car
2010 Audi A4 – E 8K MY10- Sedan – Sell my car
2009 Holden Clubsport R8 VE Sedan – Sell my Car
Is it time to upgrade to a newer model Audi? Well there’s never been a better time to sell! Contact us at areyouselling.com.au and you’ll have cash in your account the next day, guaranteed! So what are you waiting for? It’s as easy as 1,2,3 (literally), it only takes 3 steps, submit your online enquiry, we’ll contact you regarding an inspection, you get the cash!
Find out more about Audi:
Audi may now be a member of the Volkswagen Group, but Audi drivers definitely feel like it’s a car in it’s own class. While the Volkswagen emblem showcases the Blue and White state colours of Bavaria in its classic old windmill symbol, the four enjoined rings on Audi cars represent the 1932 merge of Audi, DKW, Horch, and Wanderer. These automobile manufacturers, previously autonomous, make up what is now the AUDI AG. Perhaps it is this particular amalgamation that gives this car the unique edge it has today.
Here at areyouselling.com.au, we’re enthusiastic about all kinds of makes and models, regardless of the country of origin. We’ve seen our fair share of Audi’s pass through so we thought we’d contribute some information about this popular car company. If you’re selling an Audi yourself, you might be interested in the models of cars we buy, in what condition we get them, and how much we generally pay. We’ve included some real-life examples below from the last couple of years to give you a better idea on how your car fits in. If you’re looking to upgrade to a new car and you want to stay loyal to the Audi brand, you might want to scroll down and learn a little more about the car you’ll be driving around.
Audi’s we’ve bought recently in:
A 2013 Audi Q7 SLine Wagon went for $49,000. This car had 66,836 kilometres and is a Diesel, 4WD. The tyres had low tread and the rims were damaged. There was a crack in the undercarriage cover and the car needed a full detail. Car was bought in cash.
Another Audi Q7 S Line Wagon, this one a 2009 model, was purchased for $30,000. It had an oil leak and a service light on and did not have a service log available. It was a diesel 4WD and had 47,300 kms.
A 2006 Audi A4 Quattro Sedan owner went away with $9,000 in cash for this diesel 4×4 in great condition. It had 2 months left on the rego and 128,555 kms.
A 2005 Audi A4 SLine Sedan snagged $6,700. This car had a repaired front guard and needed two new tyres. It had a whopping 158,700 kms and was an automatic four-by-four.
A 2011 Audi A6 Tronic Quattro 4GL Sedan came in for $31,250 and had 72,611 kms. It was an automatic diesel, had a dent on the driver’s door, and needed some detailing performed. This one still had 8 months rego.
A 2010 Audi A4 Multitronic B8 8K MY10 1.8T Sedan was valued at $11,800. This automatic FWD had 112,963 kilometers on the odometer.
A 2012 Audi A3 hatch was bought for $22,500 cash. It was in need of a service and had damaged back panels. It had 39,564 kms and was an automatic front-wheel-drive.
A 2014 Audi A5 S Tronic Quattro 8T Couple (that was a mouthful), sold for an even $42,000. This diesel 4×4 was in very good condition and had done only 37,092 kilometres.
A 2012 Audi A1 AG 8X Hatch was exchanged for $16,000. This was a great automatic Front-wheel-drive with just under 25,000 kms on the odometer.
A 2005 Audi A3 2.0 8P Wagon was purchased by areyouselling.com.au for $4,500. This one was lacking a service history and had an oil leak and some damage to the front bar. It had over 100,000 kilometres and was an automatic front-wheel-drive.
A 2003 Audi A4 Wagon sold for $2,000. The lower price tag was due to the need for heavy detailing and the age. It had about 132,000 kilometres and had 4 months left on the registration.
Hopefully you’re feeling more confident about selling your Audi now that you know a little bit more about the range of cars we see and the various conditions we take in. Selling your Audi might mean you’ve got room for a new model, so read on for some info on this German company’s unique background.
A few decades before the created of the four-ring emblem we talked about earlier, a mister August Horch was in process of creating his own company after a disagreement in Horch & Cie where he had worked at the time. Horch had gained a small amount of fame with his role in the Austrian Alpine Runs and he was able to get his name out relatively quickly. The name he chose for his new company was the Latin translation of Horch, which is of course, Audi. In 1932 the company joined force with the other three members of the rings, and so began the history of Audi AG.
In 1913, the small Puppchen car was released. Originall called the little wanderer, this small our-cylinder engine mobile gained it’s new name from it’s role in the operetta that went by the same name. The recognition was thought to contribute to its success.
The Audi Type K made it’s mark in 1921 as the very first car produced with left-hand drive. It was presented at the Berlin motor show and by 1928, many other German car manufacturers had adopted the design. At the time, the car had 50 horse power and its maximum speed was 90 km/h. Only 192 were produced during the 5-year span of the series.
Audi established the Auto Union GmbH in Ingolstadt towards the end of the second world war in 1949. In 1964, most of the Union’s shares were acquired by the Volkswagen AG, which took full ownership two years later.
In 1980 Audi made a major statement at the Geneva Motor Show when it released the Audi Quattro. This car was the first of it’s kind as a high-performance vehicle that doubled as a four-wheel-drive sports coupe. The permanent four-wheel-drive feature had previously been reserved for off-road vehicles and commercial trucks and this unique feature in a luxury car led to Audi’s international triumph. Since then, all the cars manufactured by the Auto Union AG have been given the popular Audi name and emblem and the company has continued to develop it’s entire successful range.
The 1985 Sport Quattro S1 is probably the most famous model to this day. This was an extremely capable group B rally car and juiced 591 horsepower from its I5 engine. The 1984 model was not far behind in popularity and was winner in several races.
The 1994 Audi RS2 was a four-door family wagon, far from the fame of the racing tracks but not one to be underestimated. The car can hit 60 mph from standstill in only 4.8 seconds which is faster than many sports cars made today.
The original model made by Horch in 1907 was the Horch 26/65 PS and was the first well-known six cylinder engine the automobile world had seen
Thanks for tuning into our adventure in the history of Audi, hoping you’re feeling as pumped as we are about your next set of wheels! If you’re ready to sell your old Audi, we can make that process simple and smooth.
Are You Selling works like this:
- If you’re serious about selling, we can have cash in your hands in exchange for your Audi usually within 24 hours
- We have locations right around Australia that you can visit, or we can come to you if it’s easier. If you want to get an idea of how much you’ll get, simply enquire with us and we’ll give you an estimate
- As long as it was made from 2001 onwards and has travelled less than 185,000km, we will buy any Audi!
Fill out the enquiry form to the right today, or call us on 1300 788 067.