Owning an Audi car or SUV is a premium experience that puts you in the driver's seat of a high-tech luxury vehicle with commanding performance and a compelling design. And at the Lumin Auto Group, we strive to make the purchasing process for pre-owned Audis feel just as special. Whether you start by visiting our online showroom or stopping by in person, our expert consultants will treat you with the respect, honesty, and integrity you deserve. We also showcase some of the finest used Audis for sale in Sacramento, all with transparent pricing and simple financing options. You'll notice the difference when you start your drive at the Lumin Auto Group!


Due to depreciation, the pre-owned Audis for sale in Sacramento tend to be less expensive than their brand-new counterparts, and that holds true even when those used Audi's are in top condition (like the ones at Lumin Auto Group). A typical used car, for example, can easily lose more than 20% of its value to depreciation in just a single year. Depreciation rates can then exceed 60% after a new car's been driven for five years. Now, when owners sell those cars as used models, they have to price them lower to reflect depreciation - saving you money. It's a smart way to enjoy intelligent German engineering while being smart about what you pay.

Used Audis for sale at Lumin Auto Group also bring some unique advantages of their own. The starting point is the vehicles themselves: We only sell the highest quality Audi cars and SUVs, and we're so confident in our vehicles that we provide a free 30-day/1,000-mile warranty, plus one year of roadside assistance, with each one. We even have a risk-free three-day exchange program to make sure you get into a ride you'll love. Be sure to ask about the details when you go shopping!

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Audi's brand principles begin with progress through technology and that's obvious as soon as you take a look at the company's amazing cars and SUVs. In fact, the used Audis for sale in Sacramento can have more high-tech benefits than many other brand's new models. Highlights include some of the industry's top driver-assistance and infotainment systems, along with a wide array of high-tech creature comforts and sophisticated powertrains. Just keep in mind that exact features can vary by model and model year.

  • Audi puts a high priority on helping you stay out of harm's way with advanced safety measures such as adaptive cruise control, automatic braking, intersection assistance, blind-spot monitoring, lane-keeping assistance, and even night-vision with pedestrian and large-animal detection.
  • Used Audis can also make it easy for you to keep an eye on important vehicle information with dual-touchscreen infotainment systems, large head-up displays, and the brand's innovative “virtual cockpit” digital instrument panel.
  • Must-have connectivity resources offered by pre-owned Audis include WiFi compatibility, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, Amazon Alexa integration, and wireless charging.
  • Tap into Audi's long list of luxuries for elegant cabins that can combine crafted attention to detail with leather heated/ventilated massaging seats, massaging rear-seat footrests, real wood inlays, panoramic sunroofs, and laser-light LED headlamps.
  • Bang & Olufsen, Audi's long-time audio partner, can supply incredible sound systems that have to be heard to be believed.
  • Audi is at the forefront of the EV revolution with electrified powertrain technologies that can be found in a growing number of pre-owned Audis for sale in Sacramento.


The team at Lumin Auto Group sells some of the most popular used Audis in Sacramento, and that includes as many of the brand's convertible models as possible so you can take full advantage of our sunny days. Of course, we also like to showcase pre-owned Audi models with the company's innovative “quattro” all-wheel-drive systems for when the weather doesn't cooperate. The result is a carefully considered selection of used cars and SUVs that can fit your lifestyle and your budget. (Note: Audi's alphanumeric naming system is easy to understand if you remember that the bigger the number, the bigger the vehicle.)

  • For driver-focused SUVs that combine capability and compelling luxury, look to Audi's Q line: Models like the Q3, Q5, Q7, and Q8 can make any adventure feel special.
  • Dedicated high performance SUVs such as the Audi SQ5, SQ7, and SQ8 are just as happy on the track as on the trail. Topping the range, the stunning RS Q8 can pack a turbocharged 591-hp V8 for a 0-60 time of 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 190 mph.
  • The Audi A4 allroad and A6 allroad, plus the RS 6 Avant, extend the brand's utility to highly versatile wagon-style packages that are hard to find at other automakers.
  • Audi sports cars that put a premium on performance are led by the Audi TT and Audi R8 supercar. The former is a fast-moving machine that can rocket to 60 in 3.6 seconds, while the latter can leverage its 602-hp V10 for 3.2-seconds to 60 MPH, and a top speed of 205 mph.
  • The Audi A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, and A8 are available in a multitude of body styles that include sport sedan, coupe, and cabriolet configurations, all boasting the brand's first-class approach to motoring.
  • Audi's growing family of e-tron EVs will soon be making its presence felt in the pre-owned marketplace as well.


The automaker we now know as Audi traces its origins back to August Horch, who began building cars around the turn of the 20th century under his own name. He was eventually forced out of his own company, however, and when he got back into the car business soon after, he called his new operation Audi: from the Latin that essentially means “listen up”. That was in 1910, and in 1932, Audi, the Horch company, and two other early German automakers joined forces to form Auto Union. Today, the four rings found on Audi brand vehicles represent the four original companies that came together to create Auto Union. Rebooted after World War II, Auto Union first came under the control of Daimler-Benz and then was purchased by the Volkswagen Group in the 1960s. VW then set Audi on its current path to upscale all-wheel-drive dominance with the debut of the 1980 Audi Quattro Coupe.

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