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Winter is drawing in fast. A glance out of your front window during the past few days will tell you that.
The all-new Audi Q2 compact SUV is available to order in Audi Athlone. Pricing for the 1.6 TDI 110 bhp SE starts from €32,490, likely to be Audi’s volume seller, and 1.6 TDI S Line starting from €35,790.
Audi Galway tells us that its limited-time Future Now 171’ sales event takes place this weekend. To give customers a closer look at the 171 Audi range, an exclusive test drive weekend will be held on 5-6 November at the Audi Galway dealership. It says that under the headline ‘There’s an Audi for every driver, the ‘Future Now’ offers prospective and current Audi owners in Galway the opportunity to avail of exclusive Personal Contract Plan (PCP) finance offers and rates, in addition to substantial savings on equipment upgrade packs, across the 171 Audi range.
Audi Galway has been announced as Transport Partner for Food On The Edge, the international food symposium taking place in The Town Hall Theatre on October 24 and 25.
Some 213 eager applicants experienced car workshops of the future at Audi Ireland’s Advanced Apprenticeship open evenings, held at Audi dealerships across the country recently.
Audi Athlone has announced details of its limited-time ‘Future Now’ 171 sales event. To give customers a closer look at the 171 Audi range, an exclusive test drive weekend will be held on October 15 to 16 at the Audi Athlone dealership.
Audi Athlone is to continue as title sponsor of Buccaneers Rugby Football Club for a sixth season.
The Audi Q2 Edition 1 features an exclusive quantum grey paint finish, black and Manhattan grey exterior details, 19-inch wheels, and a long list of standard equipment. Irish customers can order this month.
Lorraine Davidson, working for Audi Athlone at Michael Moore Car Sales as a senior service advisor, is one of Audi’s top performing recruits and a leader in her field.
New car registrations were up 33 per cent (19,046) last month compared to (14,297) March 2015, according to figures released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) last week.