If you want a car that is practical, reliable and cool, I wouldn’t go for the A3 Hatchback. If however you don’t mind settling for practical and reliable without the cool, then this car will be right up your alley. Many reviewers of the Audi A3 comment on its values, and I can see why. While it can have its pitfalls in terms of engine and performance, it completely makes up for it in sturdy reliability and aesthetic beauty. That might just be my opinion but in comparison to a lot of models these days, I find the A3 Hatchback pretty. Ok, so it doesn’t look like you just left the race track and it’s not likely to be owned by anyone on celebrity lists A to Z. You won’t drive down the street being admired everywhere you go by envious drivers as anyone with little experience of the Audi would think, but it is a good car. Assuming you might be a car snob, leave your ego behind and you might just find you like it.
The A3 hatchback isn’t the most exciting Audi ever to grace our presence. Far from it, it looks average in comparison to some of the more sporting models. That said it’s good to see Audi catering for more than just the petrol heads, and rather those who simply want to get from A to B in a decent fashion. It’s practical for anyone who needs it for a family, or just to beat the rush hour in the mornings to get to work on time. It’s not fancy and it doesn’t have any gadgets that make it particularly original, but it does function brilliantly on almost every level. The interior is extremely comfortable being nicely insulated Autel MaxiTPMS PAD, and the seats are comfortable enough to cater even for a motorway ride. If you’re going to buy a hatchback but want it to have plenty of storage room in the boot then don’t go for the sports variant as this supplies below adequate storage space, but any other variant would be just right, with folding back seats to supply even more room.
You can’t beat the Audi A3 Hatchback in quality. Reliability may be boring but I’d complain if it wasn’t, and the A3 Hatchback refuses to let you down. Inside the cabin you could try and damage it all you wanted, the likelihood is it wouldn’t work. Even a child’s practised hands of mischief would probably give up after a little while. The only real downside I find with the Audi A3 Hatchback is the price tag that comes with it. Even when being sold used it tends to be a little pricey in comparison to other models of a similar make. Try not to be dissuaded by this Autel Diaglink. If you look long enough you might find it for a price that isn’t the same as what many of us earn a year. Bottom line; don’t write it off until you’ve tried it.
Pete J Ridgard is a writer and a car enthusiast. He currently writes for the automotive industry. Here he discusses Used Audi cars.