2018 Audi A3

  • Starting at : $405 / Mth
  • *Price w/loyalty : $389 / Mth
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The Top Rated 2018 Audi A3 Lease Offer in South Florida

2018 Audi A3 Lease Standard Key Features

  • Sunroof/Moonroof
  • Post-collision safety system
  • Pre-collision safety system
  • Upgraded Headlights
  • Leather Seats
  • Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel
  • Bluetooth
  • Alarm
  • Heated seats
  • Power Driver Seat
  • Back-up camera
  • Tire Pressure Warning
  • AWD/4WD
  • Multi-Zone Climate Control
  • Rear Bench Seats
  • USB Inputs
  • Trip Computer
  • Auto Climate Control
  • Aux Audio Inputs
  • Automatic Emergency Braking

Check out the full range of features on the 2018 Audi A3

Overview of the 2018 Audi A3

Audi’s entry-level car is the A3. It’s available as a sedan or a four-seat convertible. With prices starting at $31,950 for the sedan and $38,850 for the drop-top (not including $975 destination), the A3 represents good value among German luxury-branded cars. Having received a thorough refresh for 2017, the A3 drives into 2018 with only minor equipment changes, including heated seats and dual USB ports as standard for all models and blind-spot monitoring for the midlevel Prestige Plus.

A well-finished interior, a fun-to-drive nature and an appealing mix of features put the 2018 A3 right up at the top of the entry-level luxury segment. The A3 doesn’t feel like a dressed-up compact car; it feels more like a proper Audi rendered in a smaller size, with the same fit and finish and expensive-feeling switchgear you’ll find in the company’s pricier models. On the downside, the A3’s small size results in a small back seat and trunk. Also be beware of the options list. It doesn’t take much to raise the A3’s price into the territory occupied by Audi’s larger A4 and A5.

The Audi A3 is definitely a top contender if you’re shopping for an entry-level luxury sedan. Mercedes-Benz has been improving its CLA 250 sedan over the years, but we still think the A3 is the better driver’s car.

The A3 sedan offers seating for five, while the A3 Cabriolet accommodates four people. The front seats are as roomy and supportive as those in a larger car, though the back seat is a squeeze in the sedan and even tighter in the convertible. The interior is designed with Audi’s typical austerity (which we see as a good thing), and materials quality is very good, which is a nice surprise given the A3’s low entry price. Visibility is excellent all around thanks to the A3’s upright shape.