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Is Audi A1 a good car?

Is Audi A1 a good car?

A very good small car albeit an expensive one. Nice interior although one or two bits of trim are not quite up to usual Audi standard. Performance from the 1500 engine is more than adequate with good refinement and a quick and responsive DSG gearbox.

Is Audi A1 a turbo?

The concept seats four and features a new plug-in hybrid powertrain. With this powertrain, a 1.4 L (85.4 cu in) 148 bhp (110.4 kW) Turbo FSI engine drives the front wheels via a six-speed S-Tronic, while a 40 bhp (29.8 kW; 40.6 PS) electric motor provides power to the rear wheels.

Is Audi A1 available in US?

Considering Americans don’t buy small luxury cars, it’s no surprise that Audi doesn’t sell its little A1 in our market. When we first drove the tiny Audi S1 almost six years ago, we called it the ultimate subcompact. Last year, we were unhappy to learn that the company decided not to develop a direct replacement.

Is Audi A1 good for long drive?

The A1 is very comfortable and refined on long trips, the controls are nicely weighted and the handling is sweet. But as a big MINI fan, I still think it lacks the agility and fun factor of its key rival. It rides better than most MINIs, though, despite the Sport model getting stiff suspension and 17-inch alloy wheels.

Is Audi A1 fuel efficient?

It’s only available with Audi’s S tronic automatic gearbox, and offers up to 47.1mpg and emissions starting at 137g/km despite plenty of punch.

Is Audi A1 a luxury car?

Cons. The second generation Audi A1 almost has the luxury supermini class to itself. Its only direct rival is the MINI hatchback, with the style-led Fiat 500 existing as a less luxurious and smaller, but less expensive alternative too.

Are Audi A1 good on fuel?

Low weight and frugal engines mean the Audi A1 delivers strong fuel economy. Both the 1.6 diesel and new 1.0-litre petrol engines emit less than 100g/km of CO2.

What’s better Ford Fiesta or Audi A1?

The Fiesta Active is also softer than the normal supermini version, and in both forms it rides more smoothly than the Audi, but also feels more fun. The A1 has precise steering, decent grip and a solid gearchange, but the Fiesta’s entertaining chassis and quick steering give it the advantage here.

What are common problems with Audi A1?

Common issues with the Audi A1 include a rattle from the front doors (easily fixed with a cable tie), damage to the light housings caused by hot xenon lights, and sticking electric windows. The biggest worry may be turbocharger issues on the 1.4-litre petrol model, which could be costly to fix.

Why is the Audi A1 being discontinued?

THE AUDI A1 supermini is to be discontinued, according to its boss, because tighter emissions legislation makes the financial case for building small petrol and diesel cars unviable. Audi CEO Markus Duesmann told Automotive News Europe that the second-generation A1 in showrooms currently will be the last of the line.

What can go wrong with a Audi A1?

Did Audi discontinue the A1?

The Audi A1 city car and Q2 crossover will be axed from Audi’s line-up at the end of their current life-cycles. In an official statement, the brand said that it plans to direct its efforts away from small cars and throw more resources at its larger cars and electrification.

Is Audi A1 1 litre fast?

Impressive three-cylinder engines

Kicking things off is a 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine with either 95hp (called 25 TFSI) or 116hp (30 TFSI). The 30 TFSI – expected to be the best seller – boasts 200Nm of torque and cracks 0-62mph in 9.5 seconds (the auto is a tenth quicker).

What is the cheapest Audi?

Audi A3 sedan
The base model Audi A3 sedan comes in the Premium trim and features a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 201 horsepower. That engine sends its power through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and out to the front wheels.

Is the Audi A1 the same as the VW Polo?

Funnily enough, they’re essentially twins under the skin, sharing plenty – a platform, engine, transmission and even some tech. The cars are the VW Polo and Audi A1.

Do Audi A1 hold their value?

You should consider an Audi A1 if you want a small car that’s upmarket, holds its value well and won’t cost a lot to buy and run.

What’s the smallest Audi?

THIS is the smallest Audi. The A1. The posh little supermini.

Do Audi cars last long?

Overall, Audi currently ranks 28th in dependability out of 32 car brands. You can expect a properly driven and maintained Audi to last 150,000-200,000 miles or 10 to 13 years. In general, Audis are known for their Quattro all-wheel-drive system, technology, style, performance, and well-crafted interiors.

Who is better BMW or Audi?

BMW often edges out Audi in handling, with their cars designed to offer the “ultimate driving experience.” Audi cars are slightly less agile than BMW because their overall stiffer suspension systems maximize a smooth, comfortable ride. For reliability, BMW consistently ranks higher.

What is the fastest Audi?

Audi R8 V10 Performance
The R8 V10 Performance is the fastest car from Audi in terms of 0 to 60 mph acceleration times: this sporty beauty can achieve that feat in about 2.8 seconds. The model can also travel a quarter-mile in only 10.6 seconds at 134.5 miles per hour.

How many miles will a Audi A1 last?

150,000 to 200,000 miles
But with a reasonable amount of maintenance, a modern vehicle can last to somewhere between a 150,000 to 200,000 miles.

Is a polo bigger than an A1?

Practicality. Boot size on the Polo is a pretty impressive 351 litres with the seats down, and 1125 litres with the seats up. The A1 Sportback boot is slightly less spacious, with 335 litres of space (seats down) and 1090 litres with the seats up. Not a dramatic difference, but the Polo wins this one.

Where is Audi A1 made?

The previous generation of the Audi A1 was made in Brussels, while the new Audi Q3 is now being made in Hungary’s Györ factory. The Audi A1 becomes the second premium car made in Spain after the Audi Q3.

How many miles can an Audi A1 do?

From that, the Audi reads around 420 miles of range, though I’ve been getting nearer to 500. For a car of this size and type, that kind of range is pretty sensational in my view. So if you’re after a car that is cheap to run, then the A1 certainly ticks the boxes.

Is Audi as good as BMW?

Which is better Audi or Mercedes?

While Audi and Mercedes-Benz both have an impressive lineup of luxury cars, the simple fact is that when you compare Audi vs. Mercedes-Benz reliability, Mercedes-Benz can’t be matched. In general, Mercedes-Benz models offer stronger engine options, higher efficiency, and more interior features.

Who drives Audis?

Audi drivers are…
Audi drivers are most likely to be male, based in London or Scotland and aged 25-39. They generally support the Conservative party, and are most likely to hold a professional role in the Business, Consulting or Advertising/Marketing/Public Relations sector.

Is Mercedes or Audi better?

Mercedes-Benz vs Audi: Reliability
In both consumer rankings and the official What Car? survey Audi also come out on top. That said, both are reliable brands, just not quite as reliable as mass-market cars such as Toyota, Kia and Hyundai.

What is the slowest Audi?

October 18, 2007 Audi has labeled its R8 as “the slowest car we’ve ever built” in a new tongue-in-cheek ad campaign designed to bring attention to the laborious process of manufacturing the largely hand-built high-performance sports car.

Why is Audi better than Mercedes?

Since Audi is all about all-wheel drive, and Mercedes only offers all-wheel drive on some of its models, Audi is an obvious choice when it comes to performance and reliability. Speaking of which, Audi also beat out Mercedes in Consumer Reports’ road test as being a much more reliable brand over Mercedes.

Is Audi good for long drives?

Not only are Audis fast, but they can also accommodate really long road trips and even cross-country drives. A cross-country drive can take up to six days, depending on which route you choose to take.