Audi A7 S line 40 TDI S tronic Business Lease Deal
A7 – a captivating drive
Audi has taken the executive saloon and given it all the excitement of a coupé and all the practicality of a hatchback. That’s what makes our Audi A7 S line 40 TDI S tronic business lease deal the ideal choice for your company car or to add to your fleet.
Our Audi A7 S line business lease deal brings you a car with performance-orientated looks, generous space in the cabin and advanced technologies built in as standard. Settle into the heated Valcona leather front sports seats and you’ll understand what Audi luxury is all about. And with S line styling inside and out, this is a car that turns heads too. Take an A7 for a test drive today.
A7 S line 40 TDI S tronic, 10,000 miles per annum, 3–year Contract Hire example:
|35 monthly rentals of
||£524.91 (Plus VAT)
£3,149.46 (Plus VAT)
Audi A7 – bring ultimate sophistication to your business
Find out more about our Audi A7 S line 40 TDI S tronic business lease deal by calling us or sending us an Audi A7 lease enquiry
Business users only: Further charges may be payable when vehicle is returned. Available to 18s and over from participating Centres only for vehicles ordered before 31st March 2019 and delivered by 30th June 2019 (subject to availability). Offer may be varied or withdrawn at any time. Specification correct at time of publication. Prices quoted and examples shown are correct at time of publication January 2019 and do not take into account any variation to government taxes or charges arising after the date of publication. Terms and conditions apply. Audi Finance, Freepost Audi Finance. Finance subject to status. Accurate at time of publication [January 2019] Audi Finance, Freepost VWFS. We can introduce you to a limited number of finance providers for which a commission may be received. This introduction does not amount to independent financial advice. Group 1 Automotive, Chandlers, Victoria Road, Brighton, BN41 1YH is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Above image is a visual representation of the relevant model and may not represent the exact finance examples.