Audi India also introduced a Q7 Black Edition which is limited to just 100 units
German manufacturers, Audi, has sashed the prices of the popular Q5 by Rs 5.9 lakh and Q7 prices have been dropped by Rs 6.1 lakh. This is a limited period offer which is available because of the model’s 10th year anniversary.
In June 2019, Audi India followed a similar scheme, however, that scheme was a permanent price cut of the Audi A3. Yes, the prices of the entry level sedan from the manufacturers were slashed by a whopping Rs 5 lakh.
Now, continuing with the prices of the Audi Q5 first then the 45 TSFI petrol and 40 TDI diesel trims now start at Rs 49.99 lakh (ex-showroom, pan India). The earlier price of the SUV started at Rs 55.80 lakh, thus indicating a total discount of Rs 5.9 lakh.
The big size SUV, Audi Q7 now starts at Rs 68.9 lakh for the 45 TFSI trim from the earlier Rs 73.82 lakh. This particular variant faces a reduction of Rs 4.92 lakh. The 45 TDI diesel trim starts at Rs 71.99 lakh from the earlier 78.01 lakh. The prices of the diesel trim have been slashed by Rs 6.1 lakh. All prices stick to ex-showroom, pan India.
Commenting on the automaker’s latest move to stoke demand, Balbir Singh Dhillon, head, Audi India, said, “Since their market introduction in 2009 in India, the Audi Q5 and Audi Q7 have won several hearts and have paved the way for the success of the Audi brand in India.
Furthermore, as these two immensely popular models from our portfolio complete a decade in India, we want to reward our customers and Audi enthusiasts with special prices. This celebratory pricing will make our iconic Q-models accessible to luxury enthusiasts.”
Audi Q5 comes in a 2.0L petrol and diesel motor which churns out 248 bhp/370Nm of torque and 188 bhp/400Nm of peak torque respectively. The transmission on both the trims is controlled by a 7-speed automatic gearbox.
Coming to the full blown, three seater Audi Q7 then the big SUV comes with the same petrol motor as one in the Q5. The diesel gets a 3.0L turbocharged motor which produces a greater power of 245 bhp along with 600 Nm of peak torque. Transmission on both the trims sticks to an 8-speed automatic transmission.