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Hello everyone,

My current coupe is quite old so I'm looking around for a new one and I can't decide between the Audi A7 or the RC 350. I'm also open to looking at other models too but for now I'll just be information gathering before making the final decision.
 

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Hello everyone,

My current coupe is quite old so I'm looking around for a new one and I can't decide between the Audi A7 or the RC 350. I'm also open to looking at other models too but for now I'll just be information gathering before making the final decision.
@ that budget may I interest you to the RC-F? :)
 

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Audi is going to have such a poor service record and lexus will have very few if any problems. I have had a few different German brands and now would not go back because I hate going back every 2 to 3 months for yet another problem.
Just my 2 cents.
 

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Hello everyone,

My current coupe is quite old so I'm looking around for a new one and I can't decide between the Audi A7 or the RC 350. I'm also open to looking at other models too but for now I'll just be information gathering before making the final decision.

My advice...


If you like spending lots of time at the dealership, buy the Audi.


If you want reliability, stunning good looks, decent power and lots of luxury, buy the Lexus RC350 F-Sport.


If the budget allows and you want all of this with lots of power, buy the Lexus RCF.


Best of luck with your decision,


MrJangle
 

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Audi is going to have such a poor service record and lexus will have very few if any problems. I have had a few different German brands and now would not go back because I hate going back every 2 to 3 months for yet another problem.
Just my 2 cents.
That's why from experience if I do get a German car again, I rather it be only under warranty and from a dealership that will pick it up from me rather than me having to trek all the way out.
 

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That's why from experience if I do get a German car again, I rather it be only under warranty and from a dealership that will pick it up from me rather than me having to trek all the way out.

I agree 100% with the pickup idea, and I just found out that one of my local Lexus dealerships also has a pickup and delivery service. If I let them do that I would miss out on the coffee, donuts, and free water. HaHa. :D
 

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What are the things you are weighing between the two? Why are you so torn?
It's just mostly the cosmetics of both cars as I do like the interior of the A7 Sportback a bit more but I'm leaning more towards the RC because I'd actually like to get help when I need it.
 
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