Audi they do that

Audi they do that

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Our family team here at Rix Motor Company have known for more than 45 years now that folk in this area like to get proper value for every pound they spend. This is why the used Audi in Warrington are so popular with our customers across Cheshire and beyond.

But when you add praise gained from no less a source than Top Gear, then you know this is a seriously good marque. They recently wrote that: ‘There’s an almost Olympian strength to the four interlocking rings on the Audi badge, and it’s in no way misleading’. Well, of course, we can only agree with their wisdom!

Incidentally, we’re often asked about the meaning of Audi’s four rings. They represent the four brands from the time, in 1932, when Audi merged with three other companies to form Auto Union AG, which then simply evolved into the Audi you know and love today.

All quite interesting, but our customers are more taken by the quality and value offered by our carefully selected used Audi cars in Warrington, each one with such unique and memorable designs. As we write this blog, we have around 15 superb Audi models available to view online or at our showroom just off the A49 (when you leave the M62, head towards Warrington Town Centre, and you’ll find us, seven days a week, on Hawleys Lane). Of course, if a used Audi isn’t your thing, we have well over 200 other choices, covering 20 or more major manufacturers.

Current used Audi availability includes a stunning Moonshine Blue A7 hatchback, TT TDI Misano Red Quattro S Line, or a Cuvee Silver A4 TDI. There’s also an Audi A3 Sportback TDI S Line Special Edition or a Q5 TDI Quattro DPF. All these and more, be it a TT or an SUV, can instantly be appreciated here.

Consider the terrific value in Audi here in Warrington, covering Cheshire and the North West, and how they also retain their value much better than many other marques. Then add our superb vehicle finance options, plus great part exchange prices, and you’ll soon appreciate that the answer to the question posed in our title is surely ‘superbly well’!

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