Audi 1983-2006 - 2018 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Audi 1983-2006

Audi 1983-2006 - 2018 Market Review
Audi A4 Quattro

Sadly for those with a hankering to own one of Audi’s trend-setting 100/200 models, very few of these landmark cars seem to be left.

Should you find a 100CD or Avant wagon though, they will likely cost less than $5000 and still turn heads. Move into the 1990s and availability improves, however older Audis usually sell for minimal money. They include the compact S3 Hatch and A4 Turbo both at $5000-8000.

Sporty TTs are only a little dearer than the conventional cars but upping your spend to $25,000 will buy some very classy kit.

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The A8 as an example comes with Audi’s cracker 4.2-litre engine up front and costs less than $20,000. Real road warriors will want the 309kW RS4 wagon, even at $50,000.

S3 Turbo 1999-02 $7250 [14]

S4 4.2 $17,495 [17]

A4 Turbo Quattro 1996-02 $5440 [29]

A8 4.2 1995-03 $16,780 [17]

RS4 Wagon 2000-01 $47,820 [10]

TT Coupe/Cabrio 1999-04 $10,720 [47]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.


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