The A3 will come to us as a gas-burning sedan and a plug-in hybrid hatchback, but this diesel-powered version for Europe gives us an early look at what we’ll get.
Born as the upscale derivative of the classless Volkswagen Golf, the Audi A3 has led a bit of a duplicitous life. Critics might call it badge engineering because deep down it’s a people’s car. But it’s more than badge engineering. The A3 looks, feels, and acts like a different car. The things you see and touch are nicer than what’s in the VW. The formula works.
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