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Audi S5 Review

The Audi S5 is a stunning coupe with performance to match its looks.

Audi Q5 Review

At a time when the term Sports Utility Vehicle has depreciated into nothing but a generic catchphrase for a high-riding station wagon, the Audi Q5 TSFI quattro is one SUV that still embodies the label’s true sporty spirit. Armed with the same potent 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine as the current Golf GTI, but with considerably more torque on tap (350Nm to the Golf’s 280Nm), the Audi Q5 is no slouch...

Audi A4 Review

The updated eighth-generation Audi A4 takes the fight to its German rivals with a range of improved powertrains, better fuel efficiency, sharper looks and added features and specifications.

Audi Q3 Review

It might be the smallest SUV in the range, but the Audi Q3 offers a premium ride, luxury interior and a bargain price when compared to its German rivals.

Audi A6 Review

Audi remains convinced wagons like its new Audi A6 Avant can be cool in Australia, despite sales statistics showing the nation’s general aversion to them in favour of SUVs. The German car makers are clearly hoping that avoiding the use of the word 'wagon' will help. While Audi uses Avant, BMW has Touring, and Mercedes-Benz has the surprisingly anglophilic Estate...

Audi Q3 Review

After the Q7 and Q5, it's now the Q3's turn. And Audi's smallest SUV is its best yet.

2012 Audi A5: Review

Renowned car designer Walter de Silva described the Audi A5 as his most beautiful creation when the coupe launched back in 2007. As such, it’s perhaps not surprising there’s only an evolutionary change to the A5 two-door - along with its range stablemates the A5 Sportback and A5 Cabriolet – as Audi aims to turn out pockets by turning heads...

Audi A1 Sport Review

Could this be the trendiest Audi yet?

Audi A6 Review

The all-new Audi A6 is a huge step forward in the luxury executive class...

Audi RS 3 Review

Model Tested: 2011 Audi RS3 Sportback, Turbocharged five-cylinder, petrol, seven-speed dual-clutch sequential manual transmission, four-wheel drive It is said that familiarity breeds contempt and any manufacturer that relentlessly assaults the marketplace like Audi does, with a constant barrage of new versions of ageing models, is in serious danger of boring the pants off the very people it is trying so very hard to appeal to...

Audi A6 Review

Audi has gone from strength to strength, seemingly immune from the ravages of worldwide recession...