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Audi Orlando North


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Test driving a 2017 Audi is like stepping into an episode of the Jetson’s: the “space age” cartoon TV series that astoundingly predicted the technology of the future. Gee whiz technologies are the norm in Audis, reflecting the highest caliber of German engineering on the market today. Audi dashboards look like plane cockpits. Many of those advances won’t make it onto the general market for years to come, so these cars are especially popular with early adopters.

Take some test drives right down the road at Audi North Orlando (on Oregon Boulevard at I-4 and SR 46) and you’ll see for yourself. Be sure to include these two new models: the Audi Q7 (SUV) and the Audi A3 (luxury small sports car) on your test-driving agenda. 

First, try the Audi Q7. This is the vehicle that is converting SUV owners who didn’t think they could get power and ride with luxury.  It even won first place in the “Chariots for Dads” Car and Driver Comparison Test.  This car exudes safety, and seats seven big and little passengers.  

It’s getting rave reviews from critics and owners alike. The 2017 Audi Q7 epitomizes German engineering prowess.  All come standard with:

• Quattro®  all-wheel drive
• Powerful, supercharged engine
• Lighter, more rigid body
• Remarkably nimble performance that, according to the Audi website, “belies its size”. 
• Sun roof
• Parking assistance 

And, for even greater driver assurance, check out these safety-savvy options:
• Audi “pre sense®” pedestrian detection
• Collision avoidance assist technologies
• Traffic jam assist feature 

Next, take the wheel behind the redesigned Audi A3 and experience a virtual cockpit driving experience. Critics describe the Audi A3 as having “cutting edge technology with an exhilarating performance” (and it starts at just $31,200). When was the last time you described driving your car as “exhilarating”? Makes you want to head down there right away.

U.S. News & World Report  declared the Audi A3 as one of the top 10 luxury small cars in the world with a “top flight infotainment” center that you’d expect in such a high-ranked car.  It has a driver-focused virtual cockpit that includes extras that Indy drivers envy. And, unlike NASCAR vehicles, this one comes with the option of a cabriolet (convertible). 

Check out all of the Audi model inventory –new and pre-owned- at Audi North Orlando. The dealership is a proud sponsor of Orlando City Soccer and is part of the highly trusted Holler Classic family of dealerships. The Holler family has gratefully served the Central Florida community for 78 years. They believe in giving back to the community, donating millions of dollars to such entities as little league teams and hospitals.  

All of the Holler Classic promises are included with every purchase, including the industry-leading 5-day return policy.  Though if you buy an Audi, the chances of you wanting to return it?  According to longtime Audi North Orlando General Manager Shaun Laird, who said with a grin, “Slim and none.” And he should know.

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