Space & practicality

Audi S1 review

Audi S1
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25 Jan 2017 16:20 | Last updated: 18 Sep 2018 14:21

In this review

Space & practicality

How it copes with people and clutter

Driver and front passenger have plenty of space to stretch out, but things aren’t so impressive in the back – especially in the three-door version, because the near- vertical rear seatbacks aren’t very comfortable at all.

The five-door (Sportback) is much better in this regard. Two adults should be happy enough in the back of this version, although head room is still a bit tight and the S1 is strictly a four-seater.

The four-wheel drive system eats up nearly a quarter of the A1’s boot space, too. There’s still enough left for a quick trip to the supermarket, and you can fold down the rear seats when you need more, but you’ll need to pack light if you’re going away for more than a couple of nights.

All things considered, the S1 is one of the least practical hot hatches in this price bracket.

 

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