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Audi A3

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2018 Audi A3

Audi’s 2018 A3 Sedan and Cabriolet gain standard heated front seats and two USB charging ports. The Premium Plus trim gains Audi Side Assist, while the Technology package now includes the Bang & Olufsen audio upgrade. The S3 gains a new S sport package and the e-tron, optional 18-inch wheels.

2017 Audi A3

Audi’s 2017 A3 undergoes a major refresh this year, with more angular styling and a host of interior upgrades and safety improvements. Audi’s Virtual Cockpit gauge cluster is now optional while the 2.0-liter engine is made standard on front-wheel-drive (FWD) cars, which also receive a new 7-speed automatic transmission.

2016 Audi A3

After launching the A3 last year, the 2016 A3 ups the ante on standard features, adding a rear-view camera and parking sensors, aluminum-look interior trim, and heated mirrors and windshield-washer nozzles. The plug-in A3 Sportback e-tron hybrid hatchback also joins the lineup.

About Audi A3

For 2018, Audi’s A3 compact-luxury sports car is offered as a sedan, convertible and, in the A3 Sportback e-tron, a plug-in hybrid hatchback. Although small, the A3 contains all the requisite Audi parts, including a powerful engine lineup, a quality interior, loads of high-tech goodies, and the option of quattro all-wheel drive. This combination of features and performance gives the A3, and its high-performance S3 and RS 3 cousins, a leg up on rivals like the Infiniti QX30, Mercedes-Benz CLA and Acura ILX, all while keeping its pricing well below that of the BMW 2 Series. Audi’s 2018 A3 Sportback e-tron plug-in hybrid is the line’s fuel-economy leader, but sadly it doesn’t offer the option of quattro all-wheel drive.

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