Audi RS3 Sportback w/ Milltek Non Resonated Catback Exhaust - Dragraces!
This time I have recorded this grey Audi RS3 Sportback fitted with
aftermarket Milltek Non Resonated Catback Exhaust System and tuned by JD Engineering. It
has now 435HP and 612Nm of Torque! In this video you can see this car in
action on a closed air strip, doing very loud launch controls! Listen to
that great sound!
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Technical data Audi RS3 Sportback (stock):
Engine: 2.5L TFSI five-cylinder turbocharged
Performance: 340HP, 250 KW and 450 Nm
0-100km/h: 4.6 seconds
Top Speed: 250km/h (limits)
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355bhp Mercedes A45 AMG driven flat out - autocar.co.uk
The Mercedes A45 AMG is the first AMG to be powered by a four-cylinder
engine. But with 355bhp any doubts as to its performance evaporate. Could
this be the first hyper hot hatch? Steve Sutcliffe finds out.
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The Mercedes A45 AMG is the German car-maker's first proper hot hatch, and
with the world's most powerful production 2.0-litre petrol engine, it marks
quite an entrance. The hand-built motor is allied with four-wheel drive
instead of the driven rear wheels of its main rival, the BMW M135i, and
gets the AMG to 62mph in 4.6 seconds. Steve Sutcliffe drove it flat-out on
track to find out if handles as well as it goes.
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Audi 80 QUATTRO helps BMW
An Audi 80 Quattro pulling a BMW out of the roadside ditch.
Luckily the BMW had taken no Damage, not even a scratch.
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2015 Audi A3 - Can it Knock the CLA Down a Peg or Two?
Matt goes to the mountainous roads of northern California to drive the 2105
Audi A3 in both 1.8T FWD and 2.0T AWD versions. For a small car, the A3 is
pricey. But so is the CLA. Is the A3 enough car to move to the top of the
"entry level luxury" throne?
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2015 Audi A3 Review
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The Audi A3 is finally back - and it's bigger than ever! 2015 brings us a
fresh new format - the Sedan. In fact, there will be 5 different variations
of the new Audi A3 as the model rolls out:
- Audi A3 Sedan with 1.8T front-wheel drive (170hp)
- Audi A3 Sedan with 2.0T quattro all-wheel drive (220hp)
- Audi A3 Sedan with 2.0T TDI clean-diesel engine
- Audi A3 Convertible
- Audi A3 Sportback (Hatchback) with etron plug-in hybrid system
Oh, and did I mention there will be an S3 sedan? :)
What's incredible about the A3 is that it packs all of the possibility of
the flagship Audi A8 and the tech-wizard Audi A6.
Noteworthy is the next-gen Audi Connect system that connects the A3 to the
internet via a T-mobile SIM card at up to 4G LTE speed. Trial subscription
is 6 months, then pay-as-you-go.
With the Nav and other vehicle systems online, you get so much more
capability than before. For example, let's say you know the name of a
restaurant that you're going to, but not the address. Usually you would
whip out your phone and do a search - now you can let your A3 do the
searching. How about reading the reviews about that restaurant? Yes, the A3
can do that. Check the weather? Yep. Fuel Prices? Uh-huh. City Events?
Be sure to subscribe to our channel for updates and test drives of the new
A3 as it continues to emerge!
2002 Audi A3 1.8 T QUATTRO 4x4 SPORT Full Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
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Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice
Whenever a car manufacturer launches a new car it is worth taking a look at
the outgoing model because cars at the end of their production life are
often the best built.
A new generation of Audi A3 was launched last summer, so now is a good time
to snap up a used Mk 1 bargain. The original A3 was launched in September
1996 and was positioned as an upmarket alternative to the VW Golf. Despite
sharing many of the Golf's components, the A3 justified its higher price
with superior build quality.
Even today the earliest cars fetch close to £5,000 and are usually still
in excellent shape.
Initially only available with three doors and petrol engines, the A3 soon
had diesels added to its range, and a five-door version was introduced in
All the petrol engines are reliable and capable of high mileage. The
cheapest are the 101bhp 1.6 and the 125bhp 1.8; the 1.6 works hard if the
car is loaded, so the bigger engine is far more desirable.
The addition of a turbocharger to the
1.8 litre in the T Sport model Boosted power to 150bhp. The extra power and
torque make this the most sought-after petrol A3, but beware of used
examples that have had a performance upgrade "chip". The extra performance
is often gained at cost to engine and turbo life.
More powerful is the A3 T Sport quattro with four-wheel drive and 180bhp.
The additional power compensates for the weight of the quattro system, so
it's scarcely quicker, and you pay a penalty at the petrol pumps.
For ultimate performance there's the S3. Again with quattro and the 1.8
litre engine, this 210bhp model can reach 151mph and hit 62mph in 6.6sec. A
tribute to the car's desirability is that early-1999 examples still fetch
around half the original new price, so expect to pay £12,500 for a decent
If fuel economy is important, diesels are the obvious choice. Despite there
being only one engine size, there are four power outputs, and the 1.9 litre
unit is frugal and refined. Audi has used different injection set-ups to
achieve 90bhp, 100bhp, 110bhp and 130bhp — all versions capable of more
Cars built before July 2001 have either 90bhp or 110bhp units, and the more
powerful engine adds about £500 to the value — money well spent. In July
2001 Audi increased the power of both units to 100bhp and 130bhp
respectively. Again buyers will find a £500 differential exists on used
examples, and again it's worth paying the extra. The 130bhp version is a
The A3 comes in three trim levels: unbadged base model, SE and Sport. All
have alloys, alarm, antilock braking and front airbags. The SE gains
climate control, a front armrest and a useful split folding rear seat.
Sport models are distinguished by larger alloys, lowered suspension, sport
front seats and a sunroof in the place of climate control.
With the new Audi A3 now in the showrooms dealers are bound to be handling
more of the old versions in part exchange, so now could be the ideal time
to pick up a great deal.
Model: Audi A3 1.8T Sport
Engine: Four-cylinder, 1781cc
Transmission: Five-speed manual
Fuel: 36.2mpg (combined)
Acceleration: 0 to 62mph: 8.2sec
Top speed: 135mph
Climate Control: A desirable option, standard on SE models
turbo: Check for smoke from Exhaust under hard acceleration - a sign of turbo wear
Quattro: Expect to pay £1,200 extra for quattro (4x4) models. The system
also increases tyre wear and fuel consumption
Water pump: Prone to failure on early 1.8 litre models
Facelift: Post-September 2000 cars have revised bumpers and headlights
ESP: Electronic Stability Program standard on facelifted cars
Alloy wheels: Standard on all models, Sport derivatives get larger rims and
Rear seat: Folding seat standard but split/fold seat not fitted on base
Door lock: Cars built after July 1998 can be distinguished easily by the
deletion of the passenger-side door lock
Security: Central locking, engine immobiliser and alarm system standard,
but check the deadlocks work properly
Safety: Four-star Euro NCAP rating on post-August 1997 cars when side
airbags became standard
Bodywork: Galvanised body must be repaired using genuine Audi-approved
THE ONE TO BUY
Audi A3 1.8T Sport 3dr, manual, 2000 X-reg with 40,000 miles. Pay £10,395
at a dealer with a 12-month warranty, or £9,500 privately
2015 Audi A3 0-60 MPH First Drive & Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2015 Audi A3 is all new and so far only
available as a sedan in the United States. While in the U.S. it maybe
Audi's least expensive model Audi says that it still has much of the same
technology as you can find in the range topping Audi A8. In another
accurate, fun and informative first drive review, Nathan and Roman find out
just how fast and fun to drive the newest 2014 Audi A3 is on the Pacific
Coast Highway near San Francisco.
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