|Model Tested: Audi A3 Cabriolet 2.0 TDI Sport
Price: £37,335, including Metallic Paint (£525), Alcantara/Leather Seats (£795), 19” 5-Arm Wing Alloy Wheels (£1,495), Drive Assistance Pack (£1,300), Technology Pack (£1,495), Auto-Dimming Rear View Mirror (£245), Storage and Luggage Pack (£145), Interior Lighting Package (£225), Heated Front Seats (£260), Advanced Key (£425), Tyre Pressure Monitoring (£75), Electric Lumbar Support (£195), Wind Deflector (£290), Audi Pre-Sense (£200), Audi Side Assist (£450), Bang & Olufsen Sound System (£750).
The Audi A3 Cabriolet range starts at £25,790 for the 1.4 TFSI SE, rising to £32,420 for the 1.8 TFSI S Line.
|Good and Bad
Good Stuff: Excellent build quality, superb fit of the fabric roof, good economy, plenty of space.
Bad Stuff: Not exactly razor-sharp, pop-up LCD screen looks a little aftermarket, optional extras soon add up.
Maximum Speed: 139 mph
Economy and Costs
Official combined fuel economy: 67.3 mpg
Engine: 2.0 litre 4-cylinder common rail turbocharged diesel
Length: 4,421 mm
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