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Old 05-09-2012, 01:49 AM   #1
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Default Cargo Net

I think this was discussed in a different thread, but I am unable to find it. Does anyone know if the cargo net from previous model years of the A6 or A4 will fit the A7? I think the cargo net should be included considering the cost of the car but I have been able to find used nets on eBay for considerably less than what Audi charges. Thanks in advance!
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I think this was discussed in a different thread, but I am unable to find it. Does anyone know if the cargo net from previous model years of the A6 or A4 will fit the A7? I think the cargo net should be included considering the cost of the car but I have been able to find used nets on eBay for considerably less than what Audi charges. Thanks in advance!
The new part number is 4F9-861-869-01C, replacing the old part 4F9-861-869-4PK

This is a universal part that fits the A4 Avant, A4 Cabriolet, A4 Sedan, A5 Cabriolet, A5 Coupe, A6 Avant, Allroad Quattro, A6 Sedan, A7, A8, A8 L, Q5, Q7, RS 4, RS 6, S4 Avant, S4 Cabriolet, S4 Sedan, S5 Cabriolet, S5 Coupe, S6 Sedan, S8 Sedan and the TT Coupe for the model years 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012

The same part fits various VW and Seat models also.

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Old 05-09-2012, 01:37 PM   #3
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Default I use my old Audi net quite well

It fits well. I stretch the six points to make three compartments that keep things like groceries, bags or a suitcase from moving around too much. (The old backpack contains my emergency kit: tools, tire repair, poncho, gloves, air pump and extra clothing for when I am in a suit or for winter.
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Save yourself some money and get the VW Passat cargo net. Here, in Vancouver, it was 70% cheaper than Audi's and works well for me.
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Awesome; thanks for all of the feedback!
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It fits well. I stretch the six points to make three compartments that keep things like groceries, bags or a suitcase from moving around too much. (The old backpack contains my emergency kit: tools, tire repair, poncho, gloves, air pump and extra clothing for when I am in a suit or for winter.
You should treat yourself to a new backpack!

Maybe one of these? http://uncrate.com/stuff/rush-24-backpack/
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Save yourself some money and get the VW Passat cargo net. Here, in Vancouver, it was 70% cheaper than Audi's and works well for me.
Do you have part number? how well does it fit?
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Do you have part number? how well does it fit?
I haven't seen the one designed specifically for the A7. Based on jerry S4's pic, I would say the VW net is slightly narrower in the middle and only has four clips, not six. It would be easy to fasten two additional clips although I don't see the necessity. It has a pocket for smaller items. I have transported many items at one time including 5 picture frames and a large 17 inch notebook in its box. I find it easy to use and it holds the items well. It will stretch to the level of the trunk insert. It does not form a perfect rectangle so there are some areas not covered at the sides of the net at its center.

I can't locate the receipt so I don't have the part number but I have attached a picture of the net and a picture of the tag attached to it. MSRP Canadian is $89, I paid $80. If you still can't locate the net, I can call the VW dealer to get the part number for you.
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I found a few on eBay from A4/6 models for less than $50. Just another resource. I will let you know how well it fits once I receive it.
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Kept the cargo net from my D3 A8. Fits perfectly.
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