Audi RS3 2011 (30-01-2011)
Audi RS3 2011
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New Audi RS3 review - 395bhp road rocket launched in the desert
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BMW M135i v Audi RS3: Road, Track, Drag-race. - /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS
BMW's M135i undercuts the RS3 by £10k in base spec, it's only 20hp down and weighs 150kg less. Can a sub M-car beat Audi's premium fast car representation?