The German luxury brand's entry-level model, the A3, omits some features but retains the overall style, including the recognizable grille in front with the recognizable four rings. In addition to the hexagonal grille, the front features lengthy headlamps that are swept back are some special features.
The front seats are comfy in the darkly decorated interior, but the back feels claustrophobic. The inside materials are of the highest caliber, just like in other Audis. Although the cabin is also well-equipped, the lower models lack some of the features seen on higher trims.
The 1.4 liter, four-cylinder, TSFI engine in the petrol version of the A3 produces 250Nm of torque between 1500 and 3500 rpm and 148bhp between 5000 and 6000 rpm. The 2.0 liter, four-cylinder TDI engine in the diesel family produces 141 horsepower between 3500 and 4000 rpm.
Audi vehicles often come equipped with a variety of safety measures, and the A3 is no exception. These features include numerous airbags, anti-slip control, anti-lock brake system, remote central locking, manual child locks, and more.
In India, the 2017 Audi A3 sedan has gone on sale, with prices starting at Rs 30.5 lakh. While the A3 cabriolet has already entered the market, the sedan has taken longer to arrive in India. The redesigned A3 is the company's fourth debut in the nation.
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