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2021 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro
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18,910 Miles | West Covina, CA
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21,933 Miles | Sewickley, PA
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2017 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro
64,117 Miles | Westborough, MA
$59,995
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2021 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro
6,445 Miles | Seattle, WA
$119,880
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2016 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro Prestige
14,827 Miles | Boerne, TX
$68,888
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2021 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro
16,750 Miles | Mechanicsburg, PA
$120,000
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2022 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro
3,105 Miles | Johnson Creek, WI
$139,989
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2014 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro Prestige
61,613 Miles | Blackfoot, ID
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2018 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro performance
31,532 Miles | Arlington, VA
$79,072
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2014 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro Prestige
16,052 Miles | El Monte, CA
$63,200
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2021 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro
14,876 Miles | Onalaska, WI
$121,399
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2017 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro
59,195 Miles | Milwaukee, WI
$61,000
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2014 Audi RS 7 4.0T quattro Prestige
77,410 Miles | Sainte Genevieve, MO
$58,850
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54,066 Miles | Merriam, KS
$55,900
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Audi RS 7 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2014 Audi RS 7 - Love the way it Looks!

Laura
Newark, New Jersey
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
There was a lot of choices to consider while looking for a new sedan and the one thing that made the RS7 standout to me was the fastback styling. I love the sleek and sporty look, while keeping the functionality of a 4-door. Sitting in the interior makes you feel like a fighter pilot, The diamond stitching and three driver mode settings make it all surreal. The heads up display is a really neat feature and becomes very useful. No squeaks rattles or unusual sounds, overall the car feels very solid. Trying to fit a set of golf clubs in the trunk can take a little bit of persuading and creativity but you can get them in there. A good amount of road noise can be heard throughout the cabin, but that is because of the low profile tires painted on the massive wheels. The eight speed t... (more)
Story
Picking it up at the dealer, never thought I would be able to purchase such a nice car. Enjoying very much!
Pros
Ridiculously fast, Interior design is fantastic! Very drivable car, so many options in the cabin, over whelming but nice to have.
Cons
Road noise, Smaller trunk, Heads up display is cool but can be annoying to use at night.

2015 Audi RS 7 - Nice to drive.

RS 7 Owner
Los Angeles, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
It is more comfortable than I exceptions. Almost every Audi to wear an RS badge has been an overwhelmingly competent machine, delivering enviable levels of power, poise, tech and luxury. That said, not every one of the German automaker's performance-branded models has simultaneously managed to deliver an aesthetic and visceral punch to match their dynamic abilities. Many -- especially the company's four-door RS models -- have instead adhered to Teddy Roosevelt's oft-quoted foreign-policy maxim, "Speak softly and carry a big stick," like the brand signed some sort of gentlemen's decorum agreement. As you can see by the 2020 Audi RS7 Sportback pictured here, that far more subtle approach is evidently dead and buried. In fact, one look at the front end of this swoopy five-door grand toure... (more)
Story
It's not just the gas engine making the magic happen, there are electrons at work, too. At the Frankfurt show, Audi's Oliver Hoffman told Roadshow, "Electrification is the foundation of RS Sport in the future." As the managing director of Audi Sport and head of technical development for Audi AG, he should know. To that end, the RS7 and its RS6 Avant station wagon sibling are the first RS model... (more)
Pros
Even in shades other than this tester's tango red, and without our photo car's optional black optic package, the RS7 finally has the visual muscle to stand up to its Volkswagen Group kin, Porsche's Panamera Turbo, as well as rivals like the Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door and the forthcoming BMW M8 Gran Coupe. Some buyers may prefer the outgoing RS7's more reserved appearance, but Audi says owners and cross-shoppers alike have been vocal in seeking more visual aggression and greater differentiation from lesser familial models. It's hard to fault that logic, especially when the RS7 is likely to cost... (more)
Cons
Of course, there could be incrementally higher-performance RS7 models yet to come, but either way, it's awfully hard to find a place to deploy this kind of firepower in public. Fortunately, I had a better shot at than most, as at the test drive event, Audi let me loose on both derestricted sections of Germany's famed Autobahn as well as on some surprisingly challenging mountain roads just hours after the car debuted at the Frankfurt Motor Show

2012 Audi RS 7 -

RS 7 Owner
33503
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
The 5-spoke coupe is painted in black and the brake pads are quite large in carbon. It is possible to see the tailgate behind the oval quite fancy. The engine has yet to be revealed but is expected to be a 4.0L V8 engine and will deliver 600 horsepower.
Story
When I drove my car, I could see many people look at me, I feel I was the best when I picked up that car.
Pros
The redesigned RS7 was launched a few months ago, but the appeal of the Sportback has so far not fallen. If you look closely, you may find that the recently discovered vehicle lacks some of the features of the car exhibited a few months ago.
Cons
Specifically, the A7 badge on the back of the car is no longer, so many people think that this may be a test prototype of the Audi RS7 Sportback high performance version. On the transmission, many believe the new RS7 will be powered by the all-new V8 biturbo engine that delivers about 650 horsepower, delivered to the wheel via a full-time four-wheel-drive system.