2018 Audi A3 Review

The 2018 Audi A3 is a well luxury with style, performance and content that makes it a logical springboard for Volkswagen Golf and GTI buyers.

The A3 looks the same as the rest of the Audi range, but one way or another, this little guy wears it better than most. The look is complemented by shorter overhangs at the front and rear, a small rear deck, a pleasing treatment between the main and lower grilles, and a rounded roofline with style. But when the dimensions of the sedan lend themselves to Audi’s design language, the two-door body and convertible convertible top of the Cabriolet fully embrace it. The A3 Cabriolet has a natural and adorable look. No bodywork, the standard 17-inch wheels are small. The 19 available are not worth the sacrifice in driving quality. The 18-inch alloys, however, achieve perfect balance. We love the five-spoke design, available for $ 800 on the A3 Premium and standard on the Premium Plus and Prestige.

The cabin of the A3 separates the difference between the forward-facing interior in the TT sports car and the contemporary layout of the rest of the Audi range. Audi focused the A3 cabin around its impressive Virtual Cockpit. While the 12.3-inch screen replaces a traditional dashboard, it effectively performs the functions of the traditional central display, integrating navigation, communication, entertainment and vehicle data into a unique and beautiful package. collision warning and automatic emergency braking. Blind spot monitoring with cross traffic alert is available on mid-range Premium Plus models and premium Prestige models, while a rear-view camera is standard across the range. The A3 is expected to continue with last year’s IIHS Top Safety Pick +.

The front-wheel drive car receives a 186-horsepower four-cylinder turbo and a seven-speed automatic; The Quattro version is equipped with a 220 horsepower turbo and a six-speed automatic.

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