Review: New 2020 Audi A3
The fourth-generation Audi A3 is now on sale with prices starting from £23,300. Choose either a hatchback or saloon, both look sleek and stylish. Read on to find out how this latest A3 compares to its previous generation.
The exterior of the Audi A3 has not changed much, with minor tweaks visible. This include a new hexagonal radiator grille, a wider opening to the boot and fresh LED headlamps. However, it is the inside where the main changes can be noticed. Taking centre stage on the dashboard is a new 10.1-inch infotainment screen as standard across the range. In addition, the new A3 is able to receive external data from municipal services and road infrastructure, in order to provide real-time information on parking availability and traffic flow.
As with all Audi cars, the latest A3 has a luxurious feel to it. The entry level Teknik model starts from £23,300, with standard equipment including 16-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors, cruise control and lane keeping assist. Alternatively, you could choose the top of the range A3 Vorsprung starting from £40,330. Upgrades include a panoramic glass sunroof, a power-operated tailgate and improved Nappa leather upholstery. Additional driver assistance technology includes parking assist, a 360-degree camera and a traffic sign recognition system. Other mid-range models are also available.
Furthermore, the A3 sportback has practical 5-door access, along with 380 litres of boot space. If you require extra boot space, then you may opt for the 4-door saloon which has 425 litres. Also, there are 9 colours to choose from. So, what do you think of the latest Audi A3? Could this be your ideal new car?
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