The new BMW i3 is a gorgeous, luxurious SUV that’s only $7,700 more expensive than the Audi A3.
But that’s not the end of the story.
We’ve got a whole series of new cars, including the new Cadillac ATS-V, that can make even more money on a slightly less desirable price.
What you need to know about the Audi S4, BMW i5, and more.
1 of 7 The new Audi S3 and Audi S5 will be the most expensive new cars to ever hit the market, according to Kelley Blue Book.
Audi is already selling the S4 and S5 for $24,300 and $29,600 respectively.
And they’re the most popular two-door sedans to hit the US market, with sales surpassing 1 million in just a year.
If you can find one of these, you can go all-in with luxury.
Here’s what you need know about new Audi and S4 models.
Audi S6 vs. S4: The S4 is still cheaper than the S6 in most ways.
The S6 starts at $37,600, while the S5 starts at about $40,200.
Both vehicles can be had for less than $25,000.
But for the Ss and Ss Plus, the price is $30,800.
The Audi S7 starts at just over $36,000, while it’s a little pricier than the original S4.
Both of those cars have a starting price of $49,900.
The more expensive S5 is available in two versions: the S7, which starts at around $50,400, and the S8, which costs $58,600.
Audi and Mercedes will also offer the S3, S4S, S5, S6, and S6 Plus.
The latter two cars are the most desirable of the two new vehicles, and are almost entirely available in only two models: the SE5, which is the base model, and a SE6, which can go up to the S9, S10, S11, and some S-Class variants.
You can get a S6 or S7 in either white or black, though the SE7 is the only one in black.
But the SE6 is the most affordable of the new models, and is the one you can afford in the US.
Audi says it will start selling the SE4 in 2018.
The new S5 and S7 will be even more expensive.
Both start at $57,500 and $67,900 respectively.
But unlike the S series, which has a large sticker price, the S range will only cost $40 to $50 more than the SE range.
And both start at around the same price as the S2 or S3.
The only other new model is the new S4 coupe.
The coupe starts at roughly $61,200, and it comes with an optional five-speed automatic transmission.
The base S4 costs $52,800, while S5 runs $65,200 and S 6 costs $68,800 for the SE.
Audi will offer a limited edition S5 S6 with an automatic transmission, and another limited edition model with an eight-speed manual.
All three cars have available options for the base SE5 and SE6.
Audi has also started selling a S4 Plus in the United States, and its SE5 S5 Plus starts at almost $50K, and will cost around $56K for the Base SE5.
There’s also a S5 Turbo.
The SE5 starts around $54,000 and comes with a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and a six percent fuel savings over the SE 4.
Audi starts to sell the SE3 coupe in the fall of 2019.
The car is available with a seven-speed S4 automatic, which means it’ll cost about $51K.
And you can add a sixth automatic option, the six-speaker S5.
The cheapest SE5 available in the States is the SE8, with the S and S Plus starting at $58K.
It’s available with six-spoke alloy wheels and a rear spoiler, and comes equipped with a four-wheel disc brake.
Audi also sells the S Coupe in Europe, which started as the SE2 in the spring of 2019, and costs between $70K and $75K for a base SE Coupe.
In the US, you’ll have to pay more for the standard SE Couper, with S4 starting at around just under $70,000 in 2019, while its SE Coupes and S8 start at roughly the same level.
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