2009 Audi R8
46,056 Miles | Chantilly, VA
$62,877
Est $906/mo

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2018 Audi R8
4,492 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$162,995
Est $2,349/mo

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2010 Audi R8
4,932 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$88,750
Est $1,279/mo

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2011 Audi R8
23,948 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$80,995
Est $1,167/mo

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2018 Audi R8
106 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$182,995
Est $2,638/mo

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2012 Audi R8
29,749 Miles | Reno, NV
$109,990
Est $1,585/mo

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2017 Audi R8
8,047 Miles | Santa Monica, CA
$145,831
Est $2,102/mo

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2017 Audi R8
7,228 Miles | Raynham, MA
$130,500
Est $1,881/mo

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2011 Audi R8
20,886 Miles | Middletown, RI
$86,900
Est $1,253/mo

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2012 Audi R8
34,873 Miles | Richmond, CA
$84,888
Est $1,224/mo

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2017 Audi R8
6,074 Miles | Davie, FL
$129,995
Est $1,874/mo

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2015 Audi R8
9,071 Miles | Davie, FL
$88,994
Est $1,283/mo

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2012 Audi R8
20,546 Miles | Great Neck, NY
$89,900
Est $1,296/mo

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2018 Audi R8
1,754 Miles | Bellevue, WA
$139,750
Est $2,014/mo

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2014 Audi R8
39,467 Miles | Upper Saddle River, NJ
$109,422
Est $1,577/mo

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2015 Audi R8
2,739 Miles | Henderson, NV
$92,748
Est $1,337/mo

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2018 Audi R8
3,225 Miles | Beaverton, OR
$170,000
Est $2,450/mo

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2012 Audi R8
16,841 Miles | Clearwater, FL
$89,950
Est $1,297/mo

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2009 Audi R8
7,735 Miles | Evanston, IL
$71,977
Est $1,037/mo

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2014 Audi R8
6,399 Miles | Crystal Lake, IL
$109,900
Est $1,584/mo

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Audi R8 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.6
12 Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.3
Performance
4.1
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.4
Reliability
4.3

Audi R8 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2017 Audi R8 -

Amanda
80421, Colorado
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
The R8 is probably the only exotic that can be used as a daily driver. The main limiting factor is a lack of storage space for trips to Costco. It's very comfortable for distance driving. It's perfectly balanced because it almost drives itself. A lot of R8 owners feel that the V8 handles just a little better than the V10 but of course the V10 has more HP. The all-wheel drive helps it to handle securely in the rain. You'll get tons of attention. The R8s are still relatively rare, and they have a presence on the road because they are wider than any 911.
Story
It's great. People are very interested in the car because it's still relatively rare, but I guess that would depend on where you live. But the car is very technical looking, and I get a lot of engineers that ask about it. I'm very happy to open it up and show them. The engine under glass (coupe) is cool, and people are surprised how clean the engine bay is. It requires almost no cleaning excep... (more)
Pros
For me, Audi R8 is one of my dream cars. If you are a racing freak who just love to hear that humming sound of the beast, then this Audi R8 car is for you. The car is more powerful then second generation LMS and includes best in class V10 engine and much more to say. The new R8 however shares 50% of its parts with the race car version, the R8 LMS, which you definitely feel. The new Audi R8 likes to turn much more than its predecessor, and with its 610 HP engine in the top version, it accelerates faster than many other supercars.
Cons
Opening the door is a bit tricky. Depending on how far you open the door, it will either want to return to its closed position or pop out to the fully open position. Passengers who don't know this will most likely end up hitting a car with their door if parked too close. People will want to race you or pull up along side of you on the highway.

1990 Audi R8 - Audi V8 Quattro: A Rare Treat

Roger
Belfast, Maine
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I searched for this car for nearly a year and traveled half way across the country. This compact four door sedan has all wheel drive and V8 power. It is well made and a very unusual design for its vintage: 1990. I knew this car would provide the security of all weather performance and comfort which we needed in our rural environment. This is the third example of this model I have owned. Built in Germany it was imported for four years from 1990-1994 in small numbers. It was very expensive at that time, but my car was inexpensively priced at $6500 and had only 60,000 miles when I bought it. Thus nearly new, it represented nearly perfect automotive value.
Story
I always enjoy it when people I know and people I don't know ask if the car is new. Always garaged both before and after I purchased it, it gives me pleasure to see the amazed looks on peoples' faces when I tell them that my car is now twenty-six years old.
Pros
The top things I enjoy the most about this vehicle is that despite its relatively small size it is extremely comfortable, having more than sufficient power from its eight cylinder engine. With all wheel drive the car is relatively heavy, but the large, internally mounted front brake calipers make short distance stops easy. The overall driving experience is pleasurable. In our normal operating environment, despite the car's powerful engine, the fuel mileage is excellent.
Cons
I really don't think of any "cons" with this vehicle, but there are considerations involved with the cars "care and feeding" that might well be of concern to others. First of all, the car requires a qualified mechanic who knows and understands the unique systems that this particular car has. When Audi produced this car it was intended to be better and different than the other "high line" European competition. Thus while not temperamental the car requires its services when they are supposed to be performed and it requires the right parts and fluids to be used. Many people are unwilling t... (more)

2006 Audi R8 - The best I have ever ride.

R8 Owner
Enterprise, Nevada
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
Audi’s luscious R8 is beautiful to behold, easy to live with, and simply marvelous to drive—everything you’d want in a sports car. The base engine is a 5.2-liter 540-hp V-10; the V10 Plus makes 610 hp. All-wheel drive is standard, as is a seven-speed automatic. The handsome interior features a 12.3-inch configurable display in lieu of traditional gauges; there is also 4G LTE connectivity and Wi-Fi hotspot capability. Only a coupe is offered for now; expect the Spyder version in spring 2017.
Story
I made a old lady scared by the speed. She ran for her life. She threw her shoe at my car.
Pros
Encased under glass and lit up like a museum piece, Audi’s ten-cylinder totem to human ingenuity looks as if it should be accompanied by a soft-spoken docent to narrate its very existence: At 610 horsepower, this naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V-10 is the most powerful engine ever put into production by Audi. It revs 20 percent quicker than its predecessor, spinning from idle to its 8500-rpm redline in 0.66 second.
Cons
I'm disappointed more power and less weight then a gtr and awd like a gtr. why is it 2 ticks slower to 60 and why can Lambo make a 700 horse car that's about the same weight as a gtr and its only matching it 0-60 runs. I'm the first to admit 0-60 isn't everything but come on.

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