Sometime during the second half of 2015, Audi will release its first-ever plug-in electric hybrid vehicle, and many potential customers already are calling Audi dealers with questions about how ownership of this kind of automobile actually works. Obviously, plenty of consumers are interested in the upcoming Audi A3 Sportback e-tron, and Audi wants to make the electric vehicle ownership experience as positive as possible. To make that happen, they are initiating a new program called Audi Energy, and we here at Audi Melbourne think it will make a huge difference in getting people to try out one of our EVs in the future. Continue reading
Over the course of the last year, our customers have read reviews for the upcoming 2015 Audi S3 and drooled over the possibilities that would one day come to them in the form of an actual, tangible Audi automobile. While we do not have these delig
+htful little luxury sedans at your friendly neighborhood Audi dealership just yet, the good news is that Audi has officially released the online configurator for the new S3, which means you can go and spend some time on the internet putting together your dream car. Continue reading
Buying a luxury vehicle for the first time is a really big deal, especially when that luxury vehicle is made by Audi. Of course, deciding which Audi cars would be the best to start with can be a little trickier, though a recent study by Polk and IHS Automotive found that one Audi model stood above the rest in terms of drawing consumers away from non-luxury brands: the 2015 Audi A3. Continue reading
While it is true that luxury vehicles are, by definition, more expensive than the non-luxury brands, that doesn’t mean there is not an entire group of consumers that could own an Audi vehicle if they understood that there were plenty of used models from recent years available for under $30,000. Continue reading
If most of us had our way, we would drive nothing but convertibles, like the 2014 Audi S5, all summer long. It is not as though anything is wrong with cars featuring traditional roofs, but this time of year in particular the temptation for rolling back a car’s lid and really feeling the rush of the wind in one’s hair is almost too much to ignore. Summer is the season for convertibles, and we here at Audi Melbourne just so happen to sell one of the best of them in the business. Continue reading
We can all probably go ahead and admit that the 2014 model year has been an undeniably enjoyable one, both for your friendly neighborhood Audi dealership and the loyal customers that shop there. Still, there really is nothing quite like the onset of a new model year and all the brand new and updated models that come along with that changing of the guard.
Of course, “2015” in automotive terms is not quite as universal as it is on the Roman calendar. Automakers can sprinkle their new releases throughout the 2014 calendar year, giving us plenty to look forward nearly every month of the year. Continue reading
Every Audi dealership in America has been waiting patiently for the refreshed 2015 Audi A8 for almost a year now, but now that it is finally arriving onto lots we can say with plenty of confidence that it was, in fact, worth the wait. It is not a generational upgrade, but rather a pretty massive refresh, with new technology, more power and an updated features list. In short, our flagship sedan has gone from great to greater!
Here is a quick rundown of the changes our customers can expect in the new 2015 Audi A8: Continue reading
Obviously, we here at Audi Melbourne believe that the cars on our showroom floor are beautiful. Luxury cars are supposed to be pretty, after all, but that does not stop die-hard autophiles from taking the time to sit and debate which brands design the most aesthetically-pleasing machines.
Our own opinion is obviously very biased, but the people over at Gear Patrol had no reason to be when they listed the 2014 Audi A7 as one of ten vehicles mentioned among their “Present Perfect” feature, which lists what they believe are ten modern automotive designs that “nailed it.” Continue reading
The “U” in “SUV” stands for “utility,” which suggests that when a consumer purchases one of these automobiles they are doing so because they need a vehicle that can do work. It would have to have plenty of seating and cargo space, obviously, to haul around kids and all of the stuff that comes with them, and in some cases that work would also include towing trailers or boats, grocery shopping, cross-country vacation travel, and any of a number of other jobs that a SUV may be asked to do. Continue reading