Consumer Reviews Summary
2 of 2 (100%) customers said they would recommend this vehicle to a friend.
2013 Audi A7 Overview
Few performance-oriented four-door coupes have graced the American market but we can all be thankful that the 2013 Audi A7 is one of them.
The A7 doesn’t really appear to have four doors. It has the taut, swooping lines of a coupe with a low hood and sloped roof, but the convenience of four doors for rear passengers. It’s a futuristic, modern look that does work, and works well. The front grille is classic Audi, and the metalworking is beyond its own class. The standard wheels are 18” alloys, but 19” and 20” options are available. While the standard lights are beautifully wicked, adaptive Xenon headlights are optional, as are heated side-mirrors.
The inside of the A7 is business as usual, and by that we mean it’s typical Audi: elegant and sophisticated, but still eminently practical. The standard bucket seats are leather and heated, the standard tilt/telescoping steering wheel is trimmed in leather and controls the audio system, and a ten-speaker stereo system comes standard with a five inch central display. Also standard are automatic climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, and iPod compatibility. The options list is nearly endless, with everything from ventilated seats, to satellite navigation, to a premium Bang & Olufsen sound system, and even a heads-up display for nighttime driving.
The 2013 Audi A7 is available with only one engine: a 310-horsepower, supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 which makes 325 pounds-feet of torque and puts its grunt to the ground via an eight-speed automatic transmission and Quattro all-wheel drive. Drivers of the A7 should expect to see about 18/28 mpg city/highway. An optional sport package stiffens the suspension on the A7 even more, for improved handling.
Standard safety features on the A7 comes include eight airbags, traction/stability control, and antilock disc brakes. There is also plenty of available safety technology, including lane assist, corner-view cameras, and radar-guided cruise control.