Nearly every 2014 Audi has been officially priced, from the base-model A4 to the 12-cylinder A8. Many models see slight increases in price and content, and certain Audis with a turbocharged I-4 now produce 220 hp. The TT RS has been discontinued for 2014, and Audi says all A7s now come with seating for five; the S7 and RS 7 stick with four-passenger seating.
We’ve already reported on pricing info for the 2014 Audi A8 TDI, 2014 Audi R8, and the diesel variants of the A6, A7, and Q5. Now we’ve got pricing and info on other models, including the $34,695 2014 Audi A4. Just as the 2013 Volkswagen Beetle Turbo and Jetta GLI, got a boost to 210 hp, the A4 gets a slight boost on power to 220 hp; the 2013 A4 makes 211 hp. While the 2014 A4′s base price has increased well over $1000, the car now includes as standard a package we’re guessing 99.9 percent of A4 buyers were already selecting: the $1100 Convenience package with Bluetooth, a more advanced instrument cluster display screen, HomeLink, and iPod integration. Newly available options include an S line style package and an 18-inch 10-spoke RS-design wheels. Mid-level Premium plus models now get standard hands-free keyless access, which basically accounts for the trim level’s price increase.
While the base-model front-drive 2014 Audi A4 with the CVT carries an MSRP of $34,695, the A4 can still be had with a six-speed manual and all-wheel drive for $900 more. The 2014 Audi A4 with all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic now starts at $36,795. Despite a minor price increase, the 2014 Audi S4 still starts under $50,000, at $48,995 with the supercharged 3.0-liter V-6 and a six-speed manual transmission. Add the dual-clutch transmission and the price climbs to $50,395.
Like the 2014 Audi A4, the Audi A5 coupe enters the 2014 model year with 220 hp and an increase of price mostly accounted for by the now-standard Bluetooth, HomeLink, and iPod integration. A5s in the highest trim level of Prestige now get S line exterior accents as standard. The all-wheel-drive 2014 Audi A5 coupe now starts at $39,895 with a manual transmission and $41,095 with an eight-speed automatic. THe 2014 Audi S5 coupe carries a $52,895 base price; add $1400 for the dual-clutch transmission. For those who prefer their two-door Audis without a roof, the 2014 A5 drop-top now starts at $45,395 with front-wheel drive and a CVT. Add $2100 to get all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic. If the 2014 Audi S5 convertible is more your speed, that model now costs $61,295.
Not much changes for the 2014 Audi Q5, a compact luxury crossover whose price bump to $38,195 now includes standard Bluetooth, iPod integration, and HomeLink. While that four-cylinder Q5 now makes 220 hp and comes in Premium and Premium plus trims, the six-cylinder Q5 starts at the Premium plus trim, and at $45,295, is $3200 more than the 2014 Q5 2.0T of the same trim. The 2014 Audi Q5 hybrid is only offered in all-wheel drive — like all other Q5s — and starts at $52,195 in Prestige trim, $600 below the similarly equipped Q5 3.0T Prestige model. As we reported earlier this week, the 2014 Q5 TDI diesel is priced at $47,395 in Premium plus trim, making it more expensive than the Q5 2.0T and Q5 3.0T in the same trim level. Pricing has not yet been released on the range-topping SQ5 model, which will be offered in Premium plus and Prestige trims.
The 2014 Audi Q7 crossover now includes as standard equipment HID headlights and starts at $48,595. The base-model 2014 Q7 TDI starts at $53,795 and tops out at $65,795 for the Prestige trim. The mid-level Q7s now get hands-free keyless entry and a power steering column standard.
Buyers who want a crossover but aren’t interested in the Q5 or Q7 could go with the 2014 Allroad, which now costs $41,595, and not surprisingly, gets a slight power boost to 220 hp. Bluetooth, iPod integration, and HomeLink are standard on the base model, while hands-free keyless access is now standard on the mid-level model, and the high-end trim now throws in manual side window sunshades.
The Audi A6 3.0T base model no longer exists for the 2014 model year; all diesel- and supercharged-V-6-powered A6s now start in the Premium plus trim and include a navigation system, HID headlights, hands-free keyless entry, and 18-inch wheels. The least-expensive 2014 Audi A6 — a 2.0T model with front-wheel drive and a CVT — starts at $43,995. Add $2100 for all-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic, while the six-cylinder A6 3.0T now starts at $55,995 and $58,395 for the diesel sedan. If you absolutely most have a V-8, go for the 2014 S6 that now starts at $74,295, a $1500 jump over the 2013 model.
The 2014 Audi A7 skips the base-model trim and now starts with the Premium plus trim, at $65,395 for an all-wheel-drive 3.0T four-door hatch. Add $2400 for the new 2014 A7 TDI. The 2014 S7 now carries a $81,095 base price, or $6800 more than the S6.
Further up the 2014 Audi foodchain is the A8 sedan, which still starts at $75,995 for a 3.0T model, or $3700 more for the long-wheelbase model. The long-wheelbase 2014 A8 TDI costs $83,395 and you’ll pay $1400 more for the regular V-8 model in short-wheelbase form. The more powerful 2014 S8 costs $113,395, while a 12-cylinder model still tops the A8 lineup, with a base price of $136,795.
We haven’t forgotten about the iconic Audi TT, which is only offered in one trim level for 2014. Starting at $40,795, the TT gets S Line exterior upgrades, LED interior lighting, and a Bose sound system. The TTS gets heated seats and adaptive HIDs standard. As with other 2014 Audis, the TT can be had with a Black Optic package that on the small coupe and roadster includes 15-spoke Titanium wheels, carbon fiber side-view mirror trim, and Phantom Black inlays in the cabin.