Audi A3 2017
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-Great performance -Excellent interior quality and comfort -Affordable starting price
-The styling is deja vu -Not the most spacious in the class
3 Years - 45,000 Km
Benefit from 3 Years - 45,000 Km free maintenance package with your purchase!
***Disclaimer: Prices might change unexpectedly. Our all inclusive prices do not necessarily indicate the final price you will get in the showroom. The dealer retains the right to change the prices/specs at any given time.
- Price Incl. VAT = $33,000 / Registration costs might vary
- Specs and prices provided by the company
The ad - You asked, we answered:
Q: Does the price advertised get me the same car I see?
A: No, but Audi (Kettaneh) follow advertisement best-practices and show in small letters that the "picture is for illustration purposes only".
Q: And which model do I get for the advertised price of $29,900?
A: For that price, you can get the entry level A3 1.2L Turbo. After adding VAT and registration, the price including VAT + Reg. will be $35,500.
Q: So how much do I have to pay for the model in the picture?
A: The model in the picture is the higher grade with a 2.0L Turbo engine and a few upgrades. It will cost you $46,000 including VAT + Registration. Note that it's currently out of stock. Check out the next section for all the details and prices of available grades.
Prices (incl. VAT + Registration) & Options:
*Registration costs might slightly vary, which might cause a variation in the final "on-the-road" price.
Both cars are fitted with a 7-speed S-tronic transmission (Manual shifting mode). There are 2 engines to choose from:
Base, 1.2L Turbo, 4 Cyl, 110HP ($35,500) - It has all the basics you expect from a luxury car, and as long as most of your trips are on the coast, the small engine shouldn't be a problem:
- Audi MMI radio integration (Audi's infotainment system and screen)
- 8 Speakers
- Multifunction leather steering wheel
- Rear sensors
- Light & rain sensors
- Rear LED indicators
- Xenon headlights
- Rear folding seats
- Cruise control
- Color driver information center
- Dynamic sport suspension
- Traffic engine start/stop
- 16" alloy wheels 5-spoke star design
- Tire pressure monitoring
- Power adjustable mirrors
- Airbags: front, sides and knee
- Rear camera (optional) for $800
- Manual A/C
Full, 2.0L Turbo, 4 Cyl, 190HP ($46,000 - Currently out of stock) - Here's your A3 with a more brisk acceleration and upgraded interior/exterior looks:
- 80 more HP
- Paddle shifters
- Automatic A/C
- Chrome exterior finishes
- Metallic exterior color
- Interior package upgrade
- Front leatherette sports seats
- Centre armrest
- 17" alloy wheels 10-spoke turbine design
- EU6 emissions standard
Which one to go for?
Those are two grades of the same car, but the difference is bigger than one might think. The entry level car's role is to appeal to people who would love to own a luxury car without breaking the bank. You would be willing to forgo the extras that come with the full options car.
On another hand, the fully specced car appeals to people who hold design and looks in high regard, and are not willing to let go of these extra touches, even when we're talking an extra $10,000. The more powerful engine is also a big plus.
Bottom line is if you can afford to go for the second choice, we doubt you would hesitate.
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