Below we have the Audi A7 sales figures and reporting data for the United States and Canada. The gorgeous Audi A7 or Audi A7 Sportback as it is officially known is mid-size luxury car (E-segment) that our friends at Audi have produced since 2010. With a unique five-door hatchback body style and Audi technology and quality, it is the segment leader when compared to the Mercedes CLS, BMW 640i xDrive Gran Coupe or Porsche Panamera 4 or other traditional executive offerings like the Mercedes-Benz E-class, Cadillac CTS, BMW 5-series, Jaguar XF and Volvo S90.
Although the Audi A7 fastback rides on the same wheelbase as the midsize Audi A6 sedan, it offers sportier styling and luxury on par with the full-size Audi A8 sedan. Over the years, Audi updated the A7 with new content and revised power. By 2016, the Audi A7 now made 333 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. At hefty $10,900 to jump from the A6 to the stylish A7 is a tough decision. We’re not sure the added style and cargo space is worth it. Sure the Porsche Panamera is more expensive but it is a more well rounded car with significant performance chops.
The Audi A7 competes in a tough segment, with sedan sales taking a beating in recent years and so has the A7 taken a similar beating. Between amazing offerings like the mighty Porsche Panamera, the move by consumers to SUVs (just look at Q7 growth numbers within Audi itself) and the not insignificant price premium of the A7 versus the really great Audi A6 and we the Audi A7 needs to go back to the drawing board or it will continue to struggle in terms of sales figures.
As of July 2o17 Audi A7 year to date sales were down 26% versus last year, with July down 36%, signalling that things could get worse for this top executive sedan in upcoming months.
Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Audi A7. Use the dropdown at the top right of this page or at GCBC’s Sales Stats home to find sales figures for any other vehicle currently on sale in North America.