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Used Audi A3 with Parking Sensors in Dulles, VA for Sale

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2016 Audi
A3

$20,998* 31K miles
CarMax Lancaster
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
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Location: CarMax Lancaster in Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Description: Used 2016 Audi A3 Premium for sale - $20,998, 31,863 miles with 4WD/AWD, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Navigation System
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4 reviews) This was my first non Honda or Toyota. My entire family drives nothing but Toyota, and myself I have had 3 hondas prior. So deviating from this was a difficult decision. I shopped online for months prior and solidified my decision as soon as I was in the drivers seat preparing for the test drive. The Audi is comfortable and rides like a cloud. Seat is easily adjustable, audio system is easy to navigate and the Sirus radio offers lots of options. The sunroof has a screen cover to block light if I need to. Unfortunately I do not have the navigation system or the backup camera. This was available on the A4 which would have a few thousand more, or have these installed later. Overall, great car

Reviews for Audi A3

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(49 reviews)

06 Audi A3

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. Some Cons: 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.

- Nestor, 2006 Audi A3

Solid Car

Great mileage with good styling, reliability, handling, and storage space.

- Dan, 2010 Audi A3

2007 Audi A3

My 2007 Audi A3 (automatic, 2WD, cold weather package) has never disappointed me. It's a blast to drive. As a former Volkswagen GTI Turbo owner, I was looking for something understated but responsive. I find the Audi A3 very pleasant to look at, and fun to drive. The steering and brakes are smooth, but allow quick decision-making. Acceleration is powerful, allowing for ease with merging, passing, and thrill-seeking. At times the car feels like it almost leaps off the ground. Front and rear seats are comfortable. The quality of the leather seats is high, and seat warmers do the trick on cold mornings. My only complaints are 1) temperature controls, 2) seat belt alarms, 3) dash display 4) moon roof, and 5) performance in snow. The heating and cooling are determined by setting a temperature control, as opposed to directly turning on heat or cooling. The override options are somewhat confusing. I still can't figure out how to use the front and center air vents. An annoying dinging noise is heard repeatedly whenever the power is on and seatbelts are not latched. This is annoying all the time, but especially when sitting in a parking lot wanting free body movement. The dash displays, while very high-tech (allowing visualization of miles traveled, time since departure, miles to next gas fill-up, current MPG, average MPG for current trip, etc.) are a distracting shade of red. The double moon roof (with only a screen and the glass for closing) enhances a feeling of openness, but can easily cause excess heat in warmer weather Lastly, my 2WD model does not do well in snowy conditions, especially when traveling up hills. Overall, I love my Audi A3. It's very sporty and feels like a luxury car. I don't see many of them on the road, but I think it's just because people don't know the secrets of this car. I give it both thumbs up.

- Car Talk, 2008 Audi A3

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