Audi South Burlington is part of the Shearer Auto Group, locally owned and operated since 1928. Shearer Automotive purchased the Audi dealership from Lewis Motors in 2009 and gave it a modern makeover. In 2012, the newly designed state of the art showroom and service center opened for business.
At Audi South Burlington we offer new, pre-owned, and certified pre-owned vehicles for sale or lease. We are dedicated to customer satisfaction and our team provides exceptional after-sale vehicle services. We're always offering unique lease and purchasing options as well as National Factory Incentives. Coupled with service specials and factory authorized part specials, we are always looking for ways to keep your costs down and your Audi running smoothly!
Below, you can find links to our latest special offers, updated monthly.
Audi U.S. vehicle sales rise 16.2 pct in September
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Sweet and Savory Cooking with Maple!
Explore the tastes of Vermont with a maple-infused dinner! Join local author, chef and avid food blogger, Katie Webster for this unforgettable event. Katie's newest cookbook, Maple, 100 Sweet and Savory Recipes Featuring Pure Maple Syrup, is a celebration of one of Vermont's greatest local ingredients. The evening will start with a lively cocktail reception, featuring local Vermont cheeses and maple appetizers. Then Chef Sarah and Katie Webster will prepare a mouth-watering, three course menu.
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The arrival of an all-new Audi A4 is no small occasion. It's the profit powerhouse, the "center of gravity" for Audi of America, as product manager Filip Brabec puts it. Cars like the A4 represent the biggest slice of the luxury-car market in the U.S., and the most competitive.
The lineup in the compact to mid-size class practically oozes credibility, aggregating everything from the perennial best-selling BMW 3-Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, to the arrivistes, the Cadillac ATS and Infiniti Q50, not to mention the Jaguar XE and Alfa Romeo Giulia waiting in the wings.
To stay in that "perennial" class, and to push higher a run of 12 million A4s sold worldwide, the ninth-generation ("B9") A4 has to stretch in new and more inventive ways. It does so, but not in the obvious directions.
The new A4 is arguably less distinctive to look at than previous models. Its aero-clean shape draws on elements from its recent concept cars and the 2017 Q7 SUV, but the brightest touches have been toned down. There are more sharply creased lines at the grille, which juts out just below its four-ring emblem, for a three-dimensional effect. Elsewhere, the A4 looks very much like the current model--with lots of front-end overhang, a bullet-smooth front end, and relatively large glass areas. On the new car, the decklid sits higher, as does the nose; the rear quarter view is its best, where the appealingly curved fenders and tumblehome (the inward curve of the cabin toward the roofline). It's a handsome car, but the proportions and details may have reached their ultimate iteration here.
Inside the cabin, there's a spare look that has the effect--intended or not--of fondly recalling the pre-A4 era. There's a horizontal theme that suggests the Audi 4000's spartan looks: it brings the cowl lower and opens up the field of vision over the dash. The stitching that runs down the seats is a subtle nod to a classic German pattern from the Eighties, too.
Audi's forte in the past generation of cars has been in interior detailing, and the new A4 is more composed and better-integrated than the prior car. The steering-wheel hub is smaller, but the Audi ringed logo is larger, leaving more room for thumb controls on the dished spokes. A strip of vents divides the dash horizontally, but the wide middle swath is there for continuity--it's not a functioning air vent. A big TFT screen is fixed on the dash, a little more deeply integrated than before. And on our test car, a rich-looking open-pore wood was paired with caramel-colored seats and a black cloth headliner--it's a handsome combination that Audi does particularly well.
See a full gallery of the '17 A4 here!
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