Used 2015 Audi for Sale

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2015 Audi Reviews

4.6 out of 5 (63 reviews)

fun to drive clean well taken care of.

all around easy process


  • FuelEconomy: better gas mileage then my truck
  • Braking: stops on a dime
  • CabinNoise: quite


  • CostToMaintain: sports cars naturally cost more but if you maintain them they run forever.
  • CargoSpace: it’s a bit tight but it’s only me & the wife
  • SeatComfort: seats could be wider

Fantastic car!

Very comfortable, excellent features, and my dream car for quite some time now.


  • Power: Very responsive.
  • Technology and Entertainment: Convenient and useful features (i.e. navigation, rear view camera, blind spot sensors, etc.)
  • Ride and Handling: Solidly planted on the ground despite speed in turns. Quattro is amazing in every which way!


  • Seat Comfort: I do feel slight discomfort if driving for a few hours nonstop. Part of it is I’ve yet to dial in the lumbar support settings.

Very Nice Car

Has a hatch for easier access to trunk. Little wind/road noise on the highway. More storage than the sedan.


  • Cabin Noise: Quiet at speeds above 60mph
  • Ride and Handling: Feels very stable at high speeds over 65mph. You always feel in control of the car. Handling is not too shabby either.
  • Technology and Entertainment: MMI is a little much at first. But you get used to the controls and layout over time. Note you turn counter clockwise to scroll down. And clockwise to scroll up.


  • Cost to Maintain: So far, oil consumption is not too bad. About a quart every 1300 miles. Which is considered industry standard. Other than engine oil consumption, be wary of transmission fluid change after 70k miles. And differential fluid changes which should be done around same time as the transmission. But this car is not too complicated.
  • Power: Be wary, this car has enough grunt for city driving and is decent off the line. But there isn’t a crazy amount of lower when trying to overtake at highway speed. Test drive and set expectations correctly.
  • Reliability: Still a stigma with German cars. But be wary of door lock actuators failing like in the fuel door or other doors. The fluid changes are kind of expensive but once done around 80k they shouldn’t bother you for a while. Make sure around 90k-100k to have the water pump and timing chain/timing chain guides/ tensioners looked at for issues/replacement. Other than that, car is still really good at 80k

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.