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Test drive the best new Audis

Thursday, 7th November, 2019 8:44am

Audi Cork will this month run a very special 2020 Test Drive Event in their showroom from 13 to 16 November. At the event, the 2020 Audi range will be available to test drive and there will be a host of special offers.

Offers across the range include an exclusive Audi Cork scrappage offer up to €3,000 on selected models, exclusive APR rates starting from as little as 2.9 per cent APR, model upgrade packs from €1,095 with savings up to €1,446 and three year service plans for €12.99 per month.

Included in the 2020 Audi range, is Ireland’s most popular Audi model, the new Audi A4, which is now even sportier than before.

The new A4 features considerable changes to the design, upgrades in connectivity technology and a new engine line up. The midsize model looks even more dynamic and sophisticated thanks to the sportier design highlights.

The new design language ensures the singleframe grille is now broader and flatter, while horizontal lines emphasize the width at the front.

Speaking about the event, Michael O’Brien, Audi Cork General Manager said: “Our 2020 Test Drive Event offers customers to view and test drive the incredible 2020 range with competitive APR rates. With the wide range of options from an internal combustion engine to hybrid to electric, there is an Audi for everyone. At this event our dedicated sales team have the expertise to advise customers what models best suits them.”

The Test Drive Event will then move to the Rose Hotel, Tralee on Sunday 17 November.

For further information on the Audi Cork 2020 Test Drive event visit

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