German luxury car maker Audi launched the new A3 sedan in India for
Rs. 30,50,000 (ex-showroom Delhi) for the 35 TFSI petrol variant. Prices for
the 35 TDI diesel variant starts at Rs. 32,30,000 (ex-showroom Delhi). This is
Audi's 5th product of 2017 and will be powered by a 1.4L TFSI petrol engine as
well as a 2.0L TDI diesel mill.
The car was launched in the capital by Rahil Ansari, Head, Audi
India in the presence of Bollywood actress Nimrat Kaur and former cricketer
Alongside efficient engines Audi is also offering newly designed
headlamps and tail lamps on the new A3 sedan. The 1.4L TFSI variant gets Audi's
Cylinder On Demand technology and the company has claimed that it will be
capable of returning 19.2kms to a litre. The 35 TDI diesel variant is said to
return 20.38kmpl and produces a maximum of 143hp while the finely tuned petrol
1.4L engine is capable of turning 150hp.
The engines on the new A3 sedan have been mated to a 7-speed S
Tronic transmission for the petrol engine and a 6-speed unit for the diesel.
The A3 sedan also features a 7-inch electrically retractable MMI display, LED
headlamps, rear dynamic turn indicator, Audi Sound System, Cruise Control with
a speed limiter function, panoramic sun roof, Milano leather seats,
electrically adjustable front seats, dual zone air conditioning, Audi Phone Box
with wireless charging and lots more.
Audi's latest offering also gets spacious interiors and a luggage
capacity of 425 litres. The sedan gets a wheelbase of 2637mm and is 4458mm
long. Also on offer are sporty looking 16' alloys while the new front grille
gets a sharper contour and a wider single frame. Both the headlamps and the tail
lamps have been redesigned and look more appealing than before.
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