The A3 Saloon is wholly worthy of its premium executive billing, being good to drive, comfortable and beautifully finished inside. A BMW 3 Series is a better alternative if you want the ultimate handling executive car, or for those that need masses of space a VW Passat is a much bigger, but if a more compact car suits your needs, make sure the A3 Saloon is on your shopping list.get the best price
Trim: S Line
S line trim is focused on sporty looks; you get 18in wheels, a bodykit, LED headlights and part-leather upholstery. It’s worth noting that you can specify a more comfortable suspension set-up for no extra cost; we’d certainly recommend it.
Engine: 35 TDI
We think this 148bhp 2.0-litre diesel engine is worth the premium over the 1.6 (30 TDI) because it’s a little smoother and offers punchier performance. It should still return good MPG, too, keeping running costs down.
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