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The A3 is about to be redesigned—a sedan will join the hatch—and the related VW GTI offers much of the current car’s goodness at a lower price, but this former 10 Best-winning Audi remains an attractive and practical option. An available diesel should satisfy any efficiency cravings.
A first-rate sports sedan, the A4 offers refinement, style, and a great engine. It trails BMW’s 3-series as the best driver’s car in its segment, but it offers a dash more luxury than its Bavarian competition and standard AWD. The S4 remains the sportiest, with its powerful supercharged six.
Gorgeous and refined, these are among our favorite coupes. The A5 uses an efficient turbo four, while the S5 has a burly and sonorous V-8. If the eight is what you want, pounce this year, as it will be replaced by a supercharged six for 2013. The 450-hp RS5 coupe joins the lineup then, too.
The A8 was redesigned for 2011 and again uses aluminum construction to save weight. It’s our current favorite flagship sedan, having bested the BMW 7-series and Jaguar XJ in a comparison test. Bristling with tech and featuring a cavernous interior, it’s a limo with the soul of a sports sedan.
If you’re looking at compact luxury SUVs, here’s all you need to know: This is our current favorite. It’s fun to drive, quiet at speed, looks great, and has a beautifully rendered interior. It’s available with two smooth engines. Standard AWD aids acceleration when the road gets slippery.
The Q7 combines everything that Audi is known for—AWD, efficient engines, handsome interiors and exteriors—in a family-friendly three-row SUV. An efficient diesel and a supercharged gas V-6 (with two outputs) are available. None is fast, but each has the torque to get the Q7 moving.
Audi’s second-gen icon is available in three strengths, with the new-for-2012 TT RS both the most powerful TT ever and the only way to get one with a manual transmission. All are sporty, agile, and pleasing to behold, with capabilities increasing based on how much you’re willing to spend.