It's a fun car to drive. Stylish, and useful. But it burns oil, the engine light is on because the turbo is in an under-boost condition and someone tried to fix a broken door handle with superglue under the bolt cover. They didn't fix it.
Responsive, fun car to drive
2006 Audi A3Kirby - Annapolis, MD07/15/2014
Good mileage..... GREAT to drive.... Very responsive..... Comfortable.... Nicely appointed... Would buy another in a heartbeat
06 Audi A3
2006 Audi A3Nestor - Florida10/21/2008
This is my first Audi and I love this car.
I hear horror stories about the quality of Audi, but I have not had any major problems as of 38,000 miles.
The A3 is fun to drive and great on Gas. I can get around 27 mpg, less if I have a little fun with it. The cargo space is great for a smaller car, and insurance is not that bad since it is classified as a station wagon.
Back seat area is a bit cramped for adults.
Parking brake is directly below the center console which is an awkward position.
No MP3 or AUX ports on stock radio.
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