New Audi A1 available

The new Audi A1

The new Audi A1 is now on sale at a starting price of €21,450. This updated model brings enhanced standard equipment such as a driver information system, multi-function steering wheel, Audi Concert Radio with music streaming and Bluetooth, worth a total of €1,715.

There are two new 3-cylinder ‘ultra’ engines, the 1.0TFSI 95bhp and the 1.4TDI 90bhp, the new A1 is highly fuel efficient with a low CO2 output of 89g, falling into the road tax band A2 (€180 per year). Automatic S tronic transmission is also available for an additional €2,300.

The exterior gets a new lighting design, rear diffuser and front single frame grill.

The A1 is also available in two enhanced lines: SE and S line. The SE features 16” alloy wheels; LED rear lights; sports seats; rear-parking sensors; contrast colour rear spoiler and wing mirrors; and a front centre armrest for a €1,600 premium.

For a €3,000 premium above the entry model, the sporty S line model comes additionally with 17” alloy wheels; xenon headlights; sports suspension; front fog lights; Audi drive select; S line exterior styling; sports seats; chrome exhaust tips; and gloss black air vent inlays. There is also a five-door Sportback version at a premium of €600.

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