Used 2016 AudiA3 2.0T Premium Sedan

  • VIN: WAUB8GFFXG1036348
  • Stock: 26296
On The Lot
at Mohegan Lake Audi
Location Details
Mileage
25,130 miles
Fuel Economy
24.0/33.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Monsoon Gray Metallic
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Sedan/5 seats
Transmission
6 speed automatic with auto-shift
Drivetrain
quattro all-wheel drive
Engine
2.0L 2.0-liter TFSI four-cylinder engine
Audi A3
  • Carfax One Owner

Highlighted Features

  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Power moonroof
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Parking sensors
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Rain sensing wipers

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

If you were thinking that about buying a Honda Civic LX with hubcaps..a Toyota Corolla with alloys.. or a VW Jetta S with cloth seats, for the same $ or less, might I suggest this virtually new 2016 Audi A-3 QUATTRO..yes QUATTRO with only 25,000 miles.
For only $21,995, you can be driving an all wheel drive Audi with features the new car alternatives cannot even dream about.... all wheel drive, leather, pano-sunroof, backup camera, Audi Advanced Key, heated seats and a ton more.
And this A-3 is Audi Certified so it's fully reconditioned and has a great factory warranty extension. Suddenly the choice seems clear.,

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.9Out of 5
  • amazing

    By juju on Tuesday, April 16, 2019

    5.0
    Once you get into a German car you will always have one, the performance and styling of Audi has always been the best in my opinion. For 180HP geared to a dual clutch automatic DSG transmission you will feel like you are driving a luxury go kart with fancy wheels.
  • Doing what it's supposed to do

    By 5H4RK on Thursday, March 28, 2019

    4.0
    Bought this car used with 15K mikes and have owned it for about 6 months. Main goal was to reduce the amount of $'s I was spending on fuel. I went from a full size SUV (Escalade) to a tiny A3 - a bit of a shocker initially but I'm past that. My daily commute is about 50 miles round trip some on freeways and parts in heavy traffic. I'm averaging just above 45 mpg which is pretty good compared to the EPA estimates (and my Escalade at 14mpg). Car is quite luxurious and well bolted together. I'd far rather have the A3 than a similarly frugal Golf or Jetta even if it would be a little cheaper.
  • Great car, experience, decision

    By Bizquik on Monday, January 11, 2016

    5.0
    I want to write this review because I spent a lot of time trying to figure out what car to get and also to justify spending more money that I originally planned to. I looked at a number of SUV’s priced in the high 20’s and low 30’s. Ultimately, I either didn’t like the way they looked or how they drove. Most cars – luxury or otherwise – either were not AWD or just looked boring. Besides the look, I wanted a driving experience and a car that was reliable and safe. According to Consumer Reports, the new A3 has great safety rating and the realiability is suprisingly good. After a ton of research, I took a leap of faith on the reliability after owning Japanese cars to this point. I have owned my car for 6 months so I feel it’s a fair time to write a report. Although it is probably too early to comment on reliability, I can talk to other points. First, the driving experience is pretty amazing. It has great pick up and zips around great. I live in the mountains so going uphill or taking curves is effortless (compared to other cars / SUV’s I have driven or been in). Second, I have now driving in snow a number of times and it feels like vecro is stuck to the tires / road. It handles so well that I couldn’t possibly be happier. I never think twice about road conditions when it comes to this car (of course, you have to worry about other drivers). As for appearance, the car is really sharp. I have gotten my fair share of compliments. The interior is smartly designed – everything makes a lot of sense and it’s easy to navigate. The car heats up / cools off really quickly. The seats are adjustable in a lot of ways and super comfortable. And the interior just looks sharp. The headlights are pretty terrific especially the high beam - both make it much easier to drive at night (I live where streets are not really lit up and tend to be really dark). I ended up with the Premium Plus with the premium stereo and the driver’s assist. Actually, I really wanted the stereo after reading a lot of reviews but the driver assist wasn’t on my ‘radar’. Here is something I learned – not all dealers order the cars the same way. One dealership tried to have me believe that unless I bought the highest end A3 that the radio wouldn’t be an option. Then I went to another dealer to find out that they appreciate good sound and order a lot of their cars with the premium stereo but also a couple other features people might want. He tried to convince me that the driver assist is something I would love as well once I used it. He’s a sales guy – I’m probably not going to believe everything he says. Well, he was right. I love having it as well as the cold weather package (especially but not limited to the seat warmers). Needless to say, to this point I am super happy with my purchase. In the end, I might have spent a little more than I initially had wanted to but it was well worth it all the way around. The driving experience, the amazing stereo sound, the peace of mind, and all the other little things confirm that my research and patience really paid off. I hope my review will help you save some time and answer some questions you might have already had.

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