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2014 Audi A3 Review

Four adults, a surfboard, a kayak, two weeks worth of luggage, and a long 1,000km interstate journey. So far, so good. As you have no doubt read the title of this review, I am sure you will know what is coming next. So – can two couples travel 1,000km in a small hatchback over two days, and still remain on speaking terms at the end of the journey? First up, let's look at the luggage carrying capacity...

2015 Audi A1 Sportback 1.4 TFSI Sport Review

I change my car every 18 months. Ive been extremely happy with my Audi A1 in cortina white. I like having a prestige badge in a compact car especially for the streets in newtown and the inner west. The followup care with Audi Australia has been exceptional. The is my second german built car and I really notice the exceptional build quality...

2015 Audi Q3 2.0 TFSI Quattro (155kw) Review

I've bought it as an offer after quoting a VW Tiguan. It was a very good choice. It rides smoth in town, with an avg 6.5km/l consumption, and on the road it reaches amazing 13 km/l when not forced beyond 120km/h. When you need power, to pass other vehicles, or climbing a hill, the torque responds with no complains...

2012 Audi Q3 2.0 TDI Quattro (130kw) Review

Love my Audi Q3, amazing fuel economy (diesel). Drives beautifully, and corners the road, plenty of get up and go. Perfect for my bad back a I dont have to get up into it nor get down low. The diesel is a bit sluggish at times át slow speeds taking off, compared to petrol, however the pay off for fuel savings is worth it...

2010 Audi Rs6 Avant Review

I was always a huge fan of Audi's RS models. (Still am) The Quattro rally car was the car to have back in my day, and most of my mates who were into that type of fun had one. But now things have past and it's time for Audi's flagship's to shine. My wife and I purchased this 2010 Audi RS6 Avant in 2011 with 9k on the clock...

2013 Audi A4 2.0 TFSI Quattro Review

I did not intend buying an Audi in 2013, actually was more set on a BMW. However the specifications, power and AWD Quattro system was hard to pass up, considering the equivalent BMW was about $15,000 to $20,000 more. The salesman at Audi was much more accommodating which complemented the buying experience...

2015 Audi S1 Sportback 2.0 TFSI Quattro Review

An honest little car! With a simple software upgrade (REVO, ABT etc) it goes up to 300+ HP and then becomes a serious performer as it should have been if the marketing people of AUDI did not want it to compete directly with S3 which is 25% more expensive. The Quattro works perfectly and the feeling is of a fast car. Handling is as good as you would expect...

2011 Audi A4 2.0 TDI Review

I've owned the 2011 A4 B8 2.0 TDi since October 2013. When I bought it it had 22,000km which was a major selling point for me. Prior to purchasing it I test drove a 2011 BMW 328i and a 2009 Mercedes C200 Kompressor. The BMW I didn't like all that much due to its heavy steering and slightly boring interior, I did however like the GPS unit, and the bi-xenon headlights...

2014 Audi A3 1.4 TFSI Review

  Great build quality and beautifully finished. Exceptional economy and surprising performance from the 1.4 L. Have been averaging under 6l/100km on long trips and under 8 around town. Acceleration and overtaking performance is amazing and comparable if not better than our previous SP23 Mazda. Economy is far better than the Mazda though...

2013 Audi A4 1.8 TFSI Review

The Audi A4 1.8t is a real sleeper. Build quality and materials are bullet proof and provides a comfortable, quiet driving environment. While the 1.8t provides a flexible power source with great torque for city driving and spirited overtaking and hill climbing in the country. The turbo constantly puts a smile on your face off the line and up any incline...

2013 Audi A3 Sportback 2.0 TFSI Quattro Amb Review

This top of the line A3 series model comes with 1.8 engine but it was the best compromise, not too powerful for my wife and not too weak for me. Still it does 0 to 100 km/h under seven seconds as promised. When I retired our point was that the number of driving wheels must stay at four though we don’t need two cars any more. Now with 13 months and 20...