Audi A1 Review

The Audi A1 is a saloon car that is as practical as it is luxurious. It was released in August 2010 by Audi, with Germany as its first market. The car is a product of the Volkswagen Group, and it has a sporty and compact design. From stunning dashboards to dynamic colours, this car makes for the perfect companion for urban travelling.

Features of the A1

audi a1 reviewAs you’ll read in our Audi reviews, the car has front and rear parking sensors as well as a rear-view camera. These help you judge the distance between your bumpers and any obstacles. It uses light aluminium wheels and has a tyre pressure monitor to tell you when your tyre is deflating. These German cars feature turbocharged petrol engines, including the three-cylinder A1 30 TFSI and the four-cylinder 35 TFSI and 40 TFSI.

The Price Of An Audi A1

You can get cheap Audi models at less than £20,000. These include the 25 TFSI Technik and 30 TFSI Technik. Other price ranges of this car are £22,670 for the 25 TFSI S Line Tronic model and £24,475 for the 35 TFSI Sport Tronic model. The most expensive A1 model, the S1, goes for around £27,000 before adding any on-road costs.

Other Audi A1 Features

With windscreen wipers and headlights that run on auto mode, the Audi A1 is among the most user-friendly cars out there. The earlier versions of this car had three seats but later upgraded to have five seats, ideal for a family. And to control skidding, there is an electronic stability control system. Finally, all Audi A1 models come with a guaranteed unlimited-kilometre warranty that extends for three years.