Audi A3 dimensions
Latest model: Audi A3 Diesel (2012)
Length: 169 (in) = 4293 (mm)
Width: 78.5 (in) = 1994 (mm)
Height: 56 (in) = 1422 (mm)
Compare Audi A3 dimensions to: Volkswagen Golf, Opel Astra
Audi A3 details:
The 2012 Audi A3 is a fine entry-level luxury choice with the added benefit of increased utility. Just be careful with the pricey features. Audi A3 Diesel offers the following pros: Upscale interior; enjoyable driving dynamics; versatile dashboard space; high fuel economy from available diesel motor. Audi A3 Diesel drawbacks are: Limited rear-seat space for taller passengers; unintuitive navigation controls.
The 2012 Audi A3 is a 4-door hatchback provided in two trims: Luxury and Luxury Plus.
Traditional equipment on the Luxury contains 17-inch alloy wheels, foglights, cruise control, dual-zone automatic conditioning, a tilt-and-telescoping helm, leather upholstery and a 10-speaker audio system with CD player, radio and an optional stereo slot. The Bluetooth Value suite adds an eight-way performance driver bench (includes four-way lumbar adjustment), a multifunction helm and Bluetooth.
The Luxury Plus comes traditional with the Bluetooth Value suite and adds various wheels, xenon headlights, LED running lights, helm shift paddles (with automatic transmission) and aluminum dashboard trim. The Audi navigator Plus suite adds a navigator, a dash-mounted Audi Multi Media Interface (MMI) and the choice of either a Six-cd changer or an Ipod interface. The Comfort suite adds automatic headlights, automatic wipers, back parking sensors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and a Bose luxury audio system.
Auxillary on both vehicles is the Cold Weather suite, which adds heated front seatings, heated mirrors and heated windshield washer nozzles. Also available are a panoramic sunroof, back side airbags and a Sport suite that contains 18-inch wheels, summer tires, a sport-tuned suspension and sport seatings. The Titanium Sport suite (available on the Luxury Plus) adds special look and dashboard trim to the Sport suite. .