2015 Audi A8 Review

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  1. Original MSRP$77,400 - $86,400
  2. Price Range$26,799 - $35,999
  3. Average Selling Price$31,323
  4. Fuel Economy (MPG)19/29 City/Hwy
  5. Body StylesSedan

User Reviews for 2015 Audi A8

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by Scott in PA on November 12, 2018

You May Find A Better Car, But I Doubt It With The 4.0 Twin Turbo V8
"Luxury and performance are married in this sublime chassis, excellent engine, perfect transmission and exquisite suspension. Yes the S Class also does everything right, but it can easily be double the price of the A8 for relatively marginal gains. For those of us who want the best they can get for the money, a used A8 that stickers near $100k can be had for half that on a lease turn-in, with less than 20k on the odometer. Still under full factory warranty! This is an expensive car to maintain, particularly since it is a low-volume seller. Brakes will run you $1000/axle. Water pumps are $1200. But if you are willing and able to participate, this car will reward you with a driving experience second-to-none. It is a Point And Shoot vehicle that will take on Corvettes, Challengers and Mustangs and dispense with them handily. There is nothing like the look on a guys face who has just been dusted by a Large Black Limo-Sized Sedan. "


Being Audi's flagship means you get their absolute best.... and when it comes to obsessing about details the Germans know how to do it. The switch gear is well laid out. The tactile feel, from buttons to knobs to switches has just the right combination of meaty feel and elegant execution. The MMI screen, not a touchscreen which is fine with me, is crisp, with great resolution night or day. There is a learning curve, but once you do it the system becomes second nature. Inputs ar emet with near-immediate response. The seats.... ahh the seats. Heat quickly, cool off quickly, adjust 22 ways and have massage. in this price range, cars don't have "interiors" as much as they offer you an environment. This is one environment you will love living in.


Obviously subjective. I like that it is not flashy or head-turning. it is understated and classy...not as much timeless design as it is a blend of stately achievement and ferocious performance.


Let's be clear.... if you put twin turbos on a 4.0 liter V8 engine, you are going to have a fast car. 0-60 in 4.3 is impressive, but what is MUCH more impressive is the 60-80 or 70-90 acceleration times. 95% of the torque is available from a tick over 1000 rpm all the way up to redline. Power anywhere, anytime, at any speed. Oh, but does your twin-turbo V8 get nearly 30mpg on the highway? Does your V6 Honda?? The adaptive air suspension lets you float down the freeway or attack apexes on the back roads with equal agility and aplomb. The stupid grin on your face is standard equipment, by the way.


Four stars here because you really don't want junior spilling his ice cream cone on your fine leather seats, so you'll have to pay extra attention to the kiddies in the back.


In this price range, cost is tossed out the window as it becomes relative to satisfaction. If you don't mind the cost, the incredibly complex systems in this car will amaze you for tens of thousands of miles. This is not a cost-effective car as much as it is a cost-rewarding car. In every aspect...you get what you pay for. And you will pay for it. And you won't mind.

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by PJN on October 24, 2015

"Get one! Love all the auto driving features like brake assist, auto wipers, auto high beam, excellent cruise control features. Super safe, helps me drive better, and you can set an alarm to go off at any speed you don't want to exceed. "


Nice, luxurious looking. I didn't think I'd like the side mirror fold away on park feature... but I really like it. Not only are they out of the way, they really set this car apart from all the others in the parking lot making it easier to find my car in a large lot.


Large trunk, fantastic dashboard features, great Navigator, so many great things too many to mention in detail. At first I didn't like the Nav going down when I exit, but realize that sometimes I don't want it up when I'm driving so I now prefer that feature. Love the auto assist parking... the cameras are amazing and fascinating as well as accurate. Love the a/c seats, will enjoy the heated seats if it ever gets cold in So CA. Super enjoy the luxury of massage seats up front. Drink cup holder too small for many large drinks, very tight and difficult to slip in and out. No place to place your phone so you can see it in plain view. We like to "see" who is calling on our iPhones.
Family Friendliness


We didn't get the A8L, which some refer to as the "limo" but there is plenty of room in the front and back seats for our 2 year old grandchild to maneuver in and out of her car seat. For safety I can get in the back seat and secure her, while feeling less exposed to dangers outside if in high traffic or high crime areas.
Cost Effectiveness


Premium vehicles require premium gas. Wish it had a dual of electric on demand.


Plenty of power in the "comfort mode" and if I ever feel racy the sport mode will tear it up! Consistently 25 mpg or better. The safety brings great peace. I'm fortunate I made it out alive when a driver fell asleep and rear ended my 45 mpg Prius.

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by Drwdds on August 29, 2015

"Massaging seats closed the deal. Drives like a much smaller car. Great performance in a beautiful package. 3.0L has more than enough HP to get you in trouble. "

CARFAX Info for 2015 Audi A8

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2015 Audi A8 Pricing

The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is the "sticker price" for this vehicle, including optional equipment, when it was new. The price range for the 2015 Audi A8 is $26,799 - $35,999. The average selling price is $31,323. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX. Price range and average selling price are based on the median selling price while CARFAX Value is a VIN-specific value based on the vehicle's history.

Original MSRP
$77,400 - $86,400
Price Range
This is the price range for the 2015 Audi A8 based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$26,799 - $35,999
Average Selling Price
This is the range of CARFAX Values for the 2015 Audi A8 on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$22,410 - $39,470
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2015 Audi A8 Pricing By Trim
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  2. L$26,990 - $35,999$31,553$22,410 - $39,470

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