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Audi A8 Ranked Highest in Class in J.D. Power & Associates Owner Survey for 2013

Scottsdale, AZ, November 2012 – Audi North Scottsdale is pleased to announce that Audi is the recipient of another coveted J.D. Power and Associates award, this time for one of the newest 2013 models.  The 2013 Audi A8 was recently awarded the “Highest Ranked Vehicle Appeal among Large Premium Cars” in a study of new-vehicle owners.


“We are thrilled that the 2013 Audi A8 has been given this amazing honor,” says Audi North Scottsdale General Manager, Mark Reicks.  “The award is especially meaningful because it is determined by Audi owners, who have first-hand experience with the car and have shared their satisfaction with all this incredible vehicle has to offer.”


The 2013 Audi A8 presents lots of features to impress drivers, and it is no wonder that Audi A8 owners are pleased with their purchase.  The large premium sedan leads the way with progressive technology, precision driving dynamics, and impeccable fit and finish.  The 2013 blends dynamic and athletic exterior design with a luxurious interior with aspects like the bold Audi Singleframe® grille and dazzling LED headlamps, and an elegant sweeping dash made of premium wood or the innovative Audi MMI touchscreen control system.


Paired with premium design, the heart of the Audi A8 lies in the powerful engine.  For those who crave power, the 2013 Audi A8 is available with the incredible W12 engine which provides a generous 6.3 liters of displacement to power 500 horsepower.  With this much power under the hood, the sedan rockets from 0 to 60mph in an astonishing 4.1 seconds.  Moreover, the Audi A8 is the only twelve-cylinder sedan in its league with available all-wheel drive capabilities.


Drivers can learn more about what makes the 2013 Audi A8 so incredible at Audi North Scottsdale or view available inventory online at


About Audi North Scottsdale

Arizona Audi fans can experience their favorite Audi models for themselves at Audi North Scottsdale in Phoenix, Arizona.  Audi North Scottsdale is the valley’s premier Audi dealership.  Audi North Scottsdale is conveniently located near Scottsdale, Peoria, and Phoenix.  Audi North Scottsdale offers a diverse array of new Audi models including the Audi A4, A8, Q5, and S5.  They are also a proud member of the Penske Automotive Group and are committed to providing exceptional sales and service assistance.  Audi North Scottsdale welcomes Phoenix Audi fans to stop by anytime to learn more about Audi models, technology, and news.


Audi North Scottsdale

18088 North Scottsdale Road

Phoenix, AZ 85054
(480) 538-4000

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