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The Audi S5 has won Wards 10 best engines award for five consecutive years. The winner was based on 8 different components: power, noise, vibration, drivability, packaging, fuel economy, technical relevance and specifications. Audi has produced a consistent product with an engine that is both powerful and fuel efficient. The 3.0L supercharged V-6 engine has proven to outshine the competition year after year.

The 2014 Audi A5, A6 and Q7 all received recognition at the L.A. Auto Show for their residual value awards. The awards recognized auto brands that produced 2014 vehicles foreseen to retain their value years down the road.

The A5 sets the bar high within the Premium Full size car category at ALG between its powerful engine along with its luxurious interior and exterior.

The A6 also holds it competitors to a higher standard with its V6 engine with 310 horsepower.

The Q7 received the residual value award within the Premium Midsized Utility Vehicle- 3 row category. The Q7 is a superior SUV from its powerful engine to its stylishly sophisticated interior design.

The Audi SQ5 won the award for Active Lifestyle Vehicle of the year in the Luxury on-road category. This is an especially exciting award because it is the only one that is judged by automotive journalists and elite athletes. This is the third year in a row that Audi has won in this category.

The 2014 Audi A6 TDI made it into to the “Top 5 Green Cars for 2014” list along with a “Green Car Product of Excellence” honor. Since 2009 Audi has been using clean diesel on select vehicles. The all new 2014 TDI has raised the standards in fuel efficiency within Luxury vehicles.


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