2010 Audi A3Christopher Borekq - Pembroke, GA07/10/2016
If you are an Audi enthusiast I don't have to say anything. It is a great car.
Great car if you don't mind visiting the mechanic
2009 Audi A3Aaron C - Nashville, TN04/25/2017
This car should have a lemon warning. I got my car at 69k miles and have had it for less than a year. In that time my remote key fob stopped unlocking and locking both driver side doors. Check engine light has come on twice. I have an oil leak. The rear passenger window doesn't roll down. Oh, I had the water pump go out too. That repair was $1400 dollars. The door locks will be about $350 a piece if I do it myself. Do your self a favor and get a Honda or an Acura if you need luxury.
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2012 Audi A3Manzorama from Miami - Midlothian, VA05/31/2016
It is fast, sporty, there is room for everyone, and it is manual 6-speed!
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