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Audi A3 Saloon
The Audi A3 Saloon is the latest member of the A3 family, following the threedoor hatch and the fivedoor Sportback. Its also the first time a saloon model has been offered as part of the A3 family, and when it comes time to introduce a convertible variant, itll use the saloon as a base. The saloon uses the same platform as the A3 Sportback, so it has slightly more rear legroom than the threedoor hatch and 45 litres more boot space than the Sportback. The design, in our eyes at least, is more stylish than any other A3, too. It borrows its engines from the rest of the lineup, kicking off with a 138bhp 1.4 TFSI engine, which features cylinder deactivation technology. At launch there are no quattro variants but theyll eventually be introduced along with an S3 version, featuring 296bhp for a 062mph time of around five seconds.
Our choice: A3 Saloon 1.4 TFSI CoD Sport
Some have criticised Audi design for being boring, but the A3 Saloon looks far more interesting than the hatch on which its based. The compact profile is very well proportioned and the sharp rear lights give it a more futuristic presence than almost every other Audi. Its a far more understated design than the Mercedes CLA, too. The interior is pretty much unmatched at this price point the design and use of materials is so good that you could be easily fooled into thinking you were driving an Audi A6.
The A3 Saloon doesnt feel any different from behind the wheel to any other A3, and thats a good thing. Its extremely refined at motorway speeds more so than cars that cost tens of thousands more and, while the ride can occasionally feel firm, it never crashes noisily or uncomfortably into potholes. Handling can be improved by going for adaptive dampers, sports suspension or quattro fourwheel drive, but none can make the A3 Saloon truly exciting. Its a bit too neutral to ever be fun, with more of a pointandgo approach to going round corners than something more involving like a BMW 1 Series Coupe. The engines are fantastic but wed mark out the 1.6 TDI and 1.4 TFSI CoD as the two to go for. The former is available from December and should boast emissions of 99g/km while still delivering enough performance for everyday driving. The 1.4 TFSI has 138bhp and claims as much as 61.4mpg. There is a 1.8litre TFSI at the top of the range, but if you want a big powerful A3 Saloon it may be worth waiting for the S3 which arrives early in 2014.
Sitting inside the A3 Saloon you could be forgiven for thinking nothing would ever go wrong. The build quality in here is seriously impressive, with solid feeling switches and a robust construction that feels as though it could handle a lifetime of wear and tear. Whats more, the A3 Saloons platform is used pretty much unchanged in the SEAT Leon, Volkswagen Golf, Skoda Octavia, A3 and A3 Sportback. None of these cars have suffered any major reliability issues, including their engines, which are also used here. If anything should go wrong, Audi includes a threeyear, 60,000mile warranty with its cars, with the chance to upgrade to fouryears, 75,000miles for 245 or fiveyears, 90,000miles for 545.
At launch, the most efficient engine on offer in the A3 Saloon lineup is a 138bhp 2.0litre TDI, which claims 67.3mpg and 108g/km. Not far behind that is the 138bhp 1.4litre TFSI petrol engine which also has cylinder deactivation. This technology can close down two cylinders of the engine under light throttle to help deliver 60.1mpg and 109g/km seriously impressive figures for a petrol engine boasting a 062mph time of 8.4 seconds. The 2.0litre turbocharged engine in the S3 Saloon will produce 296bhp while returning an official fuel consumption figure of around 40mpg.