Used Audi A7 RS7 Sportback (2013 - 2018) Buying & Selling

Review by James Taylor on
Last Updated: 22 Oct 2015
Meet the Audi RS7, an ultra high-performance version of the A7. There’s already a hotted-up version of the A7 called the S7, which isn’t what you’d call slow, but the RS7 is one step beyond.
3 out of 5

Buying used

The RS7 will be a pretty rare sight on the roads. The regular A7 is a fairly small seller Audi expects it to make up around 5% of all A7 family sales (including the S7). As such, cars for sale could be few and far between.

Watch out for cars that may have been used on track days – stone damage around the lower bodywork and alloy wheels could indicate a trip through a gravel trap at some point in the car’s life.

Naturally, check the car has a full service history and it’s always worth getting a Parkers Car History Check too: you can find this tool by clicking on ‘Cars for sale’ and then ‘Car history checks’ on the light blue bar at the top of the page.

See 14 used Audi A7 RS7 Sportbacks for sale, starting at £31,990

2.5 out of 5


A full service history is an absolute essential. The interior appears hard-wearing and well-built, but make sure you look after the leather sports seats which could be vulnerable to scratches from studs in jeans and the like.

As a rare performance model, advertising the car on an enthusiast site or Audi owner’s club forum could be a good way to generate interest.