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$289,800

6,232 miles

Las Vegas, NV

Vegas Auto Gallery

$244,800

8,086 miles

West Chicago, IL

Chicago Motor Cars

$239,800

865 miles

West Chicago, IL

Chicago Motor Cars

$222,950

2,408 miles

North Miami Beach, FL

Prestige Imports

$219,996

19,090 miles

Charlotte, NC

McLaren Charlotte

$219,950

569 miles

Sykesville, MD

Magden Motors

$219,800

14,918 miles

West Chicago, IL

Chicago Motor Cars

$219,800

353 miles

West Chicago, IL

Chicago Motor Cars

$218,674

18,566 miles

Kirkland, QC

John Scotti Automotive LTEE

$209,800

12,984 miles

West Chicago, IL

Chicago Motor Cars

$204,091

477 miles

Kirkland, QC

John Scotti Automotive LTEE

$199,800

2,643 miles

West Chicago, IL

Chicago Motor Cars

$199,000

6,068 miles

Renton, WA

Heritage Cars

$189,993

636 miles

West Chester, PA

McLaren Philadelphia

$182,888

6,160 miles

Boerne, TX

Mark Motors

$179,999

6,314 miles

Costa Mesa, CA

EUROCAR

$179,995

22,432 miles

Nashville, TN

Prancing Horse of Nashville

$179,888

5,248 miles

Boerne, TX

Mark Motors

$179,800

9,547 miles

West Chicago, IL

Chicago Motor Cars

$179,500

4,375 miles

Canton, OH

Sarchione Auto Gallery

$175,991

3,346 miles

Redwood City, CA

Ferrari Silicon Valley

$174,995

2,682 miles

Bellevue, WA

OpenRoad Northwest

$169,998

18,653 miles

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Carrio Motor Cars

$169,990

7,944 miles

Thousand Oaks, CA

O'Gara Westlake Village

$169,950

2,670 miles

Great Neck, NY

Gold Coast Maserati - Alfa Romeo

$169,900

7,151 miles

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale

$169,900

9,015 miles

Plainview, NY

Ferrari of Long Island

$166,300

3,794 miles

Edison, NJ

Ferrari of Central New Jersey

$165,000

5,383 miles

Miami, FL

Speedart Motorsports

$164,995

11,906 miles

Great Neck, NY

Gold Coast Maserati - Alfa Romeo

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The history behind the name Audi is a varied story, and one of collaborative engineering. Its variety is represented in the four rings of the logo, each of which stands for one of the four companies that merged to create the company we know today. Now an Audi for sale is sold worldwide that is respected in the luxury car world.

 

The first company was Wanderer, created in 1885. In 1899, a man by the name of August Horch created August Horch & Cie. Motorwagenwerke AG. After problems with the Chief Financial Officer, Horch left the company to create another but was unable to use his own name for branding. It was then that the Latin translation of Horch, “Audi,” was introduced by Horch’s son.

The first cars from Audi were created in 1910, not long before the mergers began. In 1921, Audi presented the first production car with left-hand drive, a convertible by the name of the Audi Type K.

 

By 1932, Wanderer, Horch, Audi, and DKW were all represented by four rings as part of Auto Union AG. The Audi name was not resurrected until 1965 when Volkswagen acquired a 50% stake in the Auto Union. The incentives of owning a new factory in Ingolstadt and trademark rights were too good to pass up. The KDW F102 was fitted with a four-stroke engine that year, and the first official Audi was up for sale.

There are currently 280 Audi dealers and dealerships in North America alone, any of which can assist in the process of finding the perfect new Audi for you. Or, if a certified pre-owned Audi is more appealing, there are special financing options and competitive interest rates to help bring innovative German engineering into your driveway.

 

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