The 2015 Audi A3 was announced in March of last year, and we recently took it out on a first-drive experience. Following this, the full roster of details on pricing and features have been revealed, with the auto maker smoothing out the details for those looking to get their hands on the upcoming model.
The 1.8 TFSI FWD S tronic model will be priced at $29,900, while the 2.0 TFSI quattro S tronic version will be a touch more at $32,900 USD. There will also be a Premium Plus package for those who want the boost, with that holding steady as a $2,900 option.
The standard equipment, which we got up close and personal with during our first drive, encompasses a variety of luxury options and the features expected in an Audi. Among them are 17-inch 5-spoke wheels, Audi’s concert radio, which works out to 180 watts and ten speakers with a subwoofer, and leather seats.
Those who toss the Premium Plus package into the mix will have their standard equipment boosted to 18-inch 10-spoke Audi RS wheels, the Aluminum Style package, dual-zone auto climate with an activated charcoal cannister, and the cold weather package. There will also be a 12-way power passenger seat, the Audi advanced key, and the Audi music system with an iPod cable.
Rounding it all out is a Prestige package option — $8,800 on the car’s price tag — that adds on to the Premium Plus package with the S line exterior kit, Audi’s MMI navigation plus, which you can check out in the video above, the convenience package, Full LED headlights, and more.
Be sure to check out our full first drive write up, then head on into our Audi tag portal for other recent news from the auto maker and our SlashGear Cars Hub for more automotive news, reviews, and first rides.