Audi is the only manufacturer who has yet to officially announce pricing for the A4, but according to reports, it’s going to be the most expensive of the group.

The A4 is available in 4.2-liter turbocharged petrol and diesel engines, and as such is designed to be a long-term solution.

The car is expected to be offered as a leasing vehicle, with the cost of lease depending on the model year, the mileage and the type of lease you’re looking for.

As a result, a high-end A4 lease might set you back around £100,000 ($169,000), whereas a standard A4 could be available for less.

It’s important to remember that a leasing deal is not a permanent solution.

In fact, a new Audi A3 lease could cost as little as £1,000.

Audi has said that the A3 will be available with a manual transmission as a standard option, and it’s also worth noting that the standard A3’s price is lower than that of the A6.

In short, a lease on a high performance A4 will set you up for a very long period of time, and that may not be something you want to do unless you’re an enthusiast who wants to drive the best A4 possible.

What are the differences between Audi A1, A2 and A3 leases?

Audi has confirmed that it’s releasing two new A3 leasing options for the 2017 model year.

The first is called the A1 lease, which will start at £100 a month.

This is an extended lease, and the standard price for this option is £100 per month.

The standard A1 leasing option also comes with an optional 16-month lease for £100 more.

The second is the A2 lease, a six-month deal that will start from £140 per month and cost £200 per month, or £230 per month if you opt for the 18-month option.

This option will offer up to four months of lease, meaning that if you’re buying a new car, the A5 could be a great option for you.

The 12-month A3 and 12- month A4 leases will also cost £150 and £180 respectively, but the 12- and 18-months options are available to lease at £140 and £150 respectively, so you’ll be able to choose the best deal for you depending on your needs.

What do you get when you buy an Audi A5 lease?

With an extended, standard lease, Audi is offering two different options to make your A5 experience as smooth as possible.

The main difference is the choice of the engine you get, which Audi says is designed with your needs in mind.

There are also a range of options to choose from to suit your driving style, such as heated and cooled seats, an electronic parking brake system, adaptive cruise control and more.

When buying a lease, you can choose whether you want the A7 or A6 engine, and whether you’re happy with the automatic transmission.

If you buy a regular lease, the lease is only available for one year, and there’s a 12- or 18- month option.

If it’s your first Audi, the initial lease is priced at £70 a month, but it can go up to £110 a month if it’s a year-long lease.

How much does a Audi A6 lease cost?

When buying an Audi lease, we’ve found that the prices tend to be quite reasonable for the quality of the service, as well as the length of the lease.

The only thing you should pay attention to is that you’ll only get the best rate, as the standard lease can be extended up to 12 months for a total of 24 months.

If the A8 or A8+ is your first car, you’ll get an option for a four-year lease at around £60 a month on the A9, while an 18- or 24-month version is available for £90.

If Audi is building its A5 and A6 leasing business around the new A5, then you’ll likely be looking at a rate of £100-150 a month for a standard lease.

Audi is not the only carmaker offering this type of leasing option, either, as Toyota has a similar offering that is available to its A6 and A7 owners.

What can you expect with the new Audi M3 lease?

If you’re new to Audi leasing, then the basic pricing model of the new leasing plan is the same as the A series.

If, however, you’re a long term Audi owner, then there’s an option to buy an extended contract, which is the equivalent of a five-year leasing deal.

The longer you lease, as a result of the extended period, the higher the price will go.

It can be a good deal for long-haul owners, who are looking for a longer lease than a standard one.

However, the longer