Audi has marked the end of the A3 Cabriolet with the Final Edition model line-up, which starts at £23,775 to £30,615 for the 2.0 TFSI S line Final Edition.Audi A3 Cabriolet Sport Final Edition (£23,775 – £28,180)
For a premium of £2,340 over the Sport the model it is based upon the A3 Cabriolet Sport Final Edition gains full Vienna leather, front seat heating, rear parking sensors, automatic headlight and wiper activation, cruise control and a Bluetooth mobile phone interface. The Final Edition represents over £1,600 saving over a Sport model specified with these options.
The standard Sport equipment remains including 17-inch alloy wheels, sports suspension, dual-zone climate control, a Concert CD audio system with auxiliary iPod/MP3 socket. The Sport model is still available to order.Audi A3 Cabriolet S line Final Edition (£26,210 – £30,615)
The S line Final Edition models replaces the original 18-inch S line alloy wheel with a new five-segment spoke design, adds full Vienna leather upholstery, xenon plus headlights with LED daytime running lamps, DVD-based satellite-navigation, Audi Music Interface iPod connection and a BOSE sound system. The differential between S line Final Edition and the Sport Final Edition costs an additional £2,435, effectively saving £3,640 compared with choosing its additional equipment separately
The engine choice for the A3 Cabriolet line-up includes three petrol units – the 1.2 TFSI with 105PS, the 1.8 TFSI with 160PS and the 2.0 TFSI with 200PS – or two turbo charged direct injection diesels – the 1.6 TDI with 105PS and the 2.0 TDI with 140PS.
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