THE SALES TEAM WAS GREAT AS WELL AS THE FINANCING DEPARTMENT. I HATE BUYING CARS BUT THIS WAS A PLEASURABLE EXPERIENCE. ILL DEFINITELY COME BACK AGAIN.
by Audi from Atlanta Georgis
August 25, 2012
I researched this car for five (5) years and over those five years I watched this car climb to be better and better after 2005 they finally got it right!!
The A8L has to be driven to appreciate the excellants of the automobile itself. The extra features can't be learned all in one day, I'm still finding out awesome stuff about it and how it works.
It gets plenty of attention on the road and holds its own with the best in its class as far as I'm concern.
Great staff and great vehicles. Very honest and helpful if their is a problem they are so eager to help and fix it. Buy confidently hear you wont second guess your self with this store. Rob is great
Trouble from the start
by Lexus convert from Kansas City Missouri
November 29, 2011
We bought the car from the Lexus dealer with 15000 miles.
They new nothing about the MMI etc so we took the car to Audi. They were even confused by several options. The wheels have given the most problem, a blow out on the rear and with new tires a flat on the other side after driving on a gravel road. The heating and A/C controls are difficult.
One word, WOW! What an amazing group of guys working there. I stopped by the dealership a few days ago and I felt so welcomed by their staff. They were extremely helpful and so easy going. Unfortunately my credit sucks, so I wasn't able to buy the Benz I wanted. They worked so hard to get me approved but oh well. I'll have to come back when I have some more money down.
I was recommended to go there by my cousin who purchased his BMW there a while back ago (he's very happy with it by the way). He always praises Sea-Auto about the cool cars they have so I decided to stop by and check it out for my self. I am happy I did.
Great luxury, less reliability
by Frankie from Boston, MA
November 3, 2011
I absolutely love the comfort and drive of my A8 but it has had more than it's share of problems and they are costly to fix. Luckily most problems were covered by warranty but even an oil change cost $300 due to the location of the filter. Again, the most luxury and comfort I have ever experienced but when I think of what I'm paying for that I have to wonder if it's worth it. I said I would recommend this to a friend, but only a very rich friend.
Nate & Robert went above & beyond expectations getting me into my 2007 Ford Explorer. From walking in until financed with my keys these guys Rocked it. A Great sales experience. I recommend World Class Cars on Addison to everyone.
by Troll from
December 1, 2010
I was expecting more for my price, this car is a waste of money and u could do better for your money somewhere else.
First I got internet salesman, then when I arrived at the dealership I was referred to another salesman. I was told the car was not at dealership.....then after I bought the car and finished with the finance office, I never saw
the salesman again to congratulate me nor to instruct on new vehicle!!!
Best Flagship Sedan for $$
by Audi Fan from Midatlantic
June 5, 2010
This is my second Audi, I upgraded from an A-6. The difference from the A-6 to A-8 is substantial, I always questioned the justification of the price jump but there really is no comparison between the two vehicles. The A-8 is actually built on virtually the same platform as the Bentley Flying Spur and Continental. I did a lot of research before I bought my 8 and I feel very good about this car. Motor Trend and other auto rags have consistently rated the A8 above the BMW 7 Series and and just below the Mercedes S Class. I am partial to Audi's, I think they have a unique look and I believe they are the up and coming luxury brand. To me the S Class Mercedes seems designed for the over 50 crowd and the BMW is a little too viva Las Vegas for my taste. The bimmer has better acceleration and torque, but it not refined and it really doesn't feel like a luxury car should. The Audi has less power but the transmission is so much smoother and refined then the BMW. I don't feel the A8 is underpowered in any way, I find it fairly sporty on the rare occasions I can open it up a bit. Lets be clear this is a luxury sedan not a sports car. I really like the ability to adjust the suspension on the MMI interface. This allows the drive to tighten or loosen the suspension and raise and lower the car based on driving conditions. Even though the interior is largely unchanged from 2004 its hard to improve perfection. Bottom line for me was the 2010 A8 was about 10 to 15K less the a comparable 7 series BMW and about 20K+ less that an S class. For me going with the Audi was a an easy choice and I am very pleased with my decision.
I found a 2016 F-150 at this dealership here on cars.com for an incredible deal! Called them up and talked with Omar. Guy was super nice and was very upfront with the trucks history and was very impressionable. If I am ever in need of another car I’m definitely going back!
This was the best experience I have ever gotten at a dealership from start to finish. I am not easy to please since I'm in the car industry myself. Love this dealership product and overall customer service.
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