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2016 Audi S1 Sportback 2.0 TFSI quattro review

I have owned my Audi S1 Sportback for two years. At the time of purchase, its natural competitor set included the Subaru WRX, Volkswagen Golf GTI, Volkswagen Polo GTI,  Ford Fiesta ST and the Renault twins, Clio RS and Megane RS. The Audi S1 comes equipped with the 2.0L EA888 Gen 3 with the Golf GTI turbo. From a reliability standpoint at the time, the Audi S1 was very appealing...

2016 Audi A4 2.0 TFSI quattro S Tronic review

I was seeking a replacement for my ageing E46 BMW and decided to investigate the small premium sedan range currently on the market. I’m not ashamed to admit I have a personal preference for European style even if customers tend to pay a premium for this privilege in Australia. For this reason the Lexus IS and Infiniti Q50 didn’t even get a look in...

2009 Audi S4 3.0 TFSI quattro review

I had read plenty of reviews and tests of the S4 over the last few years and had always admired them. When a well featured, second-hand one within my budget became available, it was too good an opportunity to pass up. The Sprint Blue colour is fantastic and a much better choice than the boring silver and white examples...

2015 Audi RS Q3 2.5 TFSI quattro review

I was looking to upgrade my eight-year-old Volkswagen Golf GTI and was impressed by the look and finish of the new Audi models. I was also interested in buying another performance car and also considered the Audi SQ5 and RS3 before deciding on the RS Q3...

2016 Audi RS3 Sportback quattro Review

I got the Performance pack which is a must – magnetic ride control; larger front wheels; B&O 705 Watt sound system; privacy glass which is dark glass but you still have to get clear tint on it to stop UV rays; moon roof. I also optioned the ceramic clear paint and leather protection. For a black car this is a must. I simply just hose dust off...

2016 Audi Q7 3.0 TDI Quattro Review

This vehicle type is seemingly just what the buying public desires... With a change in circumstances we traded our beloved 2013 Disco on the Q7. There were some unhappy campers who tried to block the move, but the Q7 won in the end thanks to some awesome assistance from the Audi dealer involved. Also, the Disco is due for its new gen and the current shape suffers badly in terms of std features...

2016 Audi A4 Avant 2.0 TFSI Quattro Sport Review

I was looking for a sporty family wagon that I could lease for under $1000 per month. I liked the Levorg but having come from a well optioned 2010 Euro, the Levorg just played catch up and didn't knock my socks off. So I tried an AMG45 Shooting Brake that I loved, but it was a little small for my kids and had too much of a boy-racer vibe...

2011 Audi S3 Sportback Review

In the first week, I took the car to a tuner in Mona Vale where they installed a stage one ECU upgrade with an S-Tronic (DSG) upgrade. These modifications cost me less than $2500 and moves the car from 188kW and 330Nm to 240kW and 450Nm with the engine ECU remap. The transmission remap sees the cars launch control move from 3200 rpm to 4100 rpm and also allows Tiptronic (manual mode) to rev without an automatic cut off at redline...

2010 Audi A3 Sportback 1.8 TFSI Ltd Ed Review

When I found this A3, I knew it was time for my upgrade. After having Audi's in the past, I feel right at home in my A3! I purchased the A3 used at my local Audi Centre with just under 90,000kms and have done 5,000 mostly happy miles in the vehicle. My example was an MY11 1.8TFSI Limited Edition; featuring extras such as Xenon Headlights, Navigation, 18" Alloys, Roof Rails and more over the standard 1...

2016 Audi A3 1.4 TFSI Attraction Cod Review

Owned it since Brand new. Under $50k, one of the best looking/value for money 'luxury'(I've used that word very loosely) car sedans. If you can negotiate well, you should be able to pick on up for just under $45k driveaway, making it quite the bargain! Personally looks - this car is up there with it's other german rivals (Merc C Class, BMW 3 Series, Merc CLA)...

2016 Audi TT 2.0 TFSI Quattro S-line Review

It's a two seater thrill machine! This is a car built for driving and not much else. With only two seats, the Roadster is for those looking for a fun ride from an extremely well built vehicle. If you like taking control and having a real drive, this is for you. We got the rear camera so sometimes its easier to turn the assists off and just use the camera- the buzzing and beeping in car parks can get annoying...