USED AUDI FOR SALE IN PORTLAND, OR


THE SMART SHOPPER’S GUIDE TO BUYING USED AUDIS IN PORTLAND, OR

When you’re shopping for pre-owned Audis in Portland, OR, it really makes sense to go to the experts — like the ones at iDrive Autohaus. We have extensive experience selling and servicing these premium cars and SUVs, and we’re committed to using that experience to satisfy our customers. It’s an advantage you can experience for yourself by coming into our showroom today or visiting online today. Be sure to ask about our certified pre-owned models as well for added peace of mind. With the easy financing, smart pricing, and fantastic customer service you get at iDrive Autohaus, it’s time to stop dreaming and start driving!


WHY BUY USED AUDIS?

Shopping for pre-owned models can be an excellent way to enjoy Audi’s unique driving experience while also getting the most bang for your buck. That’s because you’ll generally pay fewer of those bucks for used Audis compared to new ones even when both have the same high levels of equipment. And most of the difference is due simply to depreciation, which reduces a car’s value over time regardless of its condition. The bottom line is that the typical new car can often depreciate by some 20% in one year and by more than 60% after five. Beyond saving money on the purchase price, it’s usually less expensive to insure the used Audis for sale in Portland, OR, than it is to cover their new counterparts. This can really add up since auto insurance is one of your highest ongoing ownership costs with nearly any vehicle.

It can also be easier to find the exact Audi you want by considering a pre- owned edition. After all, this is a fairly exclusive brand that doesn’t sell new cars in the same quantity as the usual mass-market companies. But looking at more model years means looking at more Audi models, too.


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LUXURY AND TECHNOLOGY HIGHLIGHTS IN USED AUDIS

Audi’s long-time slogan is “Vorsprung durch Technik,” or “progress through technology,” and it’s something that the automaker takes very seriously. As a result, even the used Audis for sale in Portland, OR, offer the kind of high-tech benefits that can make modern-day driving a lot less stressful. You can also pair those digital advantages with the ultra-luxurious amenities you expect from this premium German brand. Just keep in mind that exact features can vary by model and model year.

  • Audi’s impressive virtual cockpit digital driver displays, dual- touchscreen infotainment systems, and large head-up displays can help you focus on key vehicle information with customizable layouts to meet your needs.
  • Audi's advanced driver-assistance systems include adaptive cruise control, automatic braking, intersection assistance, blind-spot monitoring, and even night-vision with pedestrian and large-animal detection.
  • Pre-owned Audis can put you in touch with your world through WiFi compatibility, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, Amazon Alexa integration, and wireless charging.
  • Lavish luxury awaits in select used Audis with leather heated/ventilated massaging seats, massaging rear-seat footrests, real wood inlays, panoramic sunroofs, laser-light LED headlamps, and meticulously crafted attention to detail.
  • Audi’s audio partner, Bang & Olufsen, can bring you breath- taking sound with some systems approaching 2,000 watts of power.
  • Electrified powertrain technology is available in an increasing number of pre-owned Audis for an efficient spin on the brand’s racing-inspired performance.

POPULAR PRE-OWNED AUDIS FOR SALE IN PORTLAND, OR

Used Audis can be especially well-suited for Portland’s often wet conditions thanks to the company’s signature all-wheel-drive systems. These quattro setups are available on many pre-owned Audi cars and SUVs, and the brand also offers its share of drop-top models for when the sun does come out. In fact, the Audis we list here are just a few of our favorites. We’ll be glad to work with you to find a pre-owned Audi that’s not currently on our lot. (Note: Audi’s alphanumeric naming system is easy to understand if you remember that the bigger the number, the bigger the vehicle.)

  • Audi’s lineup of Q model SUVs includes the Q3, Q5, Q7, and Q8 that all showcase premium capability and increasingly high levels of power, luxury, and technology.
  • Take sporty utility to the next level with high-performance SUVs like the Audi SQ5, SQ7, SQ, and stunning RS Q8 — which can pack a turbocharged 591-hp V8 for a 0-60 time of 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 190 mph.
  • Models like the Audi A4 and A6 allroad, plus the RS 6 Avant, put the brand’s benefits into highly versatile wagon-style packages that are hard to find with other companies.
  • Sports car enthusiasts can look to the Audi TT and Audi R8 for incredible driving thrills, complete with convertible models. At the top of the food chain: the R8 supercar that sets the pace with a 602-hp V10 that rockets you to 60 in 3.2 seconds with a maximum velocity of 205 mph.
  • The Audi A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, and A8 are available in a multitude of body styles that include sport sedan, coupe, and cabriolet, all boasting the brand’s first-class approach to motoring.
  • You can expect Audi’s growing family of e-tron EVs to make their presence felt in the pre-owned marketplace with expressive designs, innovative technology, and satisfying all- electric driving ranges.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF AUDI

The company we now know as Audi traces its founding back to a turbulent time in the German auto industry. It all started when August Horch began building cars around the turn of the 20th century under his own name. However, he was forced out of the Horch company and started a new automaker, dubbed Audi, to get back into the business in 1910. Audi — and Horch, plus two other early car brands — then merged to form Auto Union in 1932. Today, the four rings found on Audi brand vehicles represent the four original companies that came together to create Auto Union.

Auto Union was rebooted after World War II and came under the ownership of Daimler-Benz, and the Volkswagen Group took control of the business in the 1960s. By the 1970s, further consolidation in the German auto industry saw the Audi brand re-emerge under VW’s leadership and reach the United States. The big breakthrough came with the 1980 Audi Quattro coupe debut that set the tone for today’s remarkable range of all-wheel-drive models — including the used Audis for sale in Portland OR.