Used Audi A7 S7 (2012 - 2018) Buying & Selling

Review by Parkers on
Last Updated: 13 Aug 2012
Despite the limited popularity of the Audi A7, the German manufacturer has seen fit to give the four-door coupe the high-performance makeover with the Audi S7. It joins the long line of S models and is fitted with a new 4.

3 out of 5

Buying used

Audi S7 models available on the used market are will be limited in numbers so it may take some time to find the exact model you are after with the options you want, and you may have to spread your search further than you’d like. Once you do find the car you want, you're likely to get it for a good price as the value drops quickly. There is always the option of trying the Audi approved used scheme, which also means you will get a 12-month warranty with the car.

As is the norm for more high-performance models, you will want to check tyres and the interior for signs of abuse.

See 3 used Audi A7 S7s for sale, starting at £25,485

2.5 out of 5


With its high running costs, it may be difficult to find a buyer for the Audi S7. The relatively small numbers that are likely to be sold could be a bonus, however, and the rarity of the car could help move it on quicker. The car is likley to lose its value quite quickly, however, which means you're unlikely to see a good return on the initial purchase price.

With a high-performance car like this, buyers will want to ensure it has been through the correct servicing procedures and has all the relevant paperwork.