We’ve already had our stint behind the wheel of the new 2016 Audi A6, S6, A7, and S7, courtesy of a trip to Dresden, Germany, but today, Audi announced U.S. pricing of the lines. Updated exteriors and refreshed interior technology are among the updates justifying a mild price hike on all models.
The Audi A6, for examples, rises $1,400 in price to $46,200 (plus $925 destination fee) for the entry front-drive Premium trim. Add quattro and the price climbs to $48,400. Premium Plus models start from $49,900 and range up to $59,500 for the A6 TDI quattro; opt for the Prestige tier and the range is $61,600-63,700.
For the S6 model range, the jumping off point is the Premium Plus trim at $70,900, while the Prestige version starts at $75,300.
The A7 line starts out considerably higher than the A6, with only Premium Plus and Prestige trims available, starting from $68,300 for the gasoline model. The A7 TDI starts from $70,400. Add the Prestige level to either version and the prices rise $2,650.
That takes us to the S7 and RS 7. Both are only available in the Prestige line. The S7 starts at $82,900, while the RS 7 starts at $108,900.