For most folks in India, mentioning a luxury sedan would be a reference to the German trio: Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi. But that list is in fact a thing of the past, as the triad has over time grown to a quartet of luxury automakers with Jaguar-Land Rover brand (now a Tata Motors owned company) joining the list.
Following FC Bayern Munchen’s 2014/2015 Bundesliga season start, players and officials were part of another important start at Audi driving experience center in Neuburg.
Audi Kozhikode is Audi’s 35th showroom in India, and 2nd in Kerala, after Kochi. ‘The next big Audi’, Audi A3 sedan compact luxury sedan in India too was launched at a price of Rs 23.54 Lakhs (ex-showroom Kozhikode).
Audi A3 compact sedan has been successfully launched in India priced between INR 22.95 lakhs and 32.66 lakhs. Coming in to gain an edge over rivals, the new A3 will cement Audi India in its leadership position in country’s luxury car market even while facing some stiff competition from German compatriot – Mercedes Benz (GLA and CLA).
Audi A3 is a threat to competing cars in the price bracket, enjoyed until now by premium luxury hatchbacks of other German automakers. If you can get an entry level premium luxury sedan in same price range, which one would you go for? Here is on paper technical specification comparison of lavish cars drawn into competition by Audi A3 sedan in India.
2015 Audi TT goes on sale in UK priced from Â£29,770, while deliveries will commence in December 2014. The new Audi TT will be in a choice of two trim levels â€“ Sport and S Line and in a choice of both petrol and diesel engines.
Audi A3 sedan is finally launched in India and is set on a mission to assault all cars in its price range and also to allow more Indian customers join Audi family. Here we compare the most affordable Audi with the previously least expensive Audi sedan in India – A3 vs A4.
India’s first compact luxury sedan from a premium car manufacturer, Audi A3 is here for a mouth watering starting price of just Rs 22.95 lakhs. Offered in a choice of petrol and diesel engine options, here is a first drive review of the 2014 World Car of the Year.