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Total cash price £27,399. Borrowing £21,919 with a £5,480 deposit at a representative APR of 9.9%.

49 monthly payments
£309.84
Fixed interest rate
9.9%
Total amount payable
£34,440.12
Cost of credit
£7,041.12
Optional final payment
£14,088.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Audi saloon FAQs

Yes. As standard, the Audi A3 Saloon is front-wheel drive with quattro four-wheel drive available as an option. You'd be extremely hard-pressed to tell the difference when driving on the road, however, because front-wheel-drive A3s are just as grippy and confidence-inspiring as quattro versions.

Speccing the quattro system will pay dividends if you plan to tow with your A3, or you live somewhere especially rural where unpaved roads are common. For most buyers, simply fitting a set of winter tyres to your A3 during colder months, regardless of which wheels are powered, should be enough to make sure you can use it all-year round.

That honour goes to the Audi A3 Saloon, which measures in a little under 4.5 metres long. The fairly compact dimensions and standard rear parking sensors mean the A3 Saloon the easiest model for city driving in Audi's four-door lineup.

Audi saloons are a tempting option in each of the segments they compete in, so the 'best' one is most likely the model that best fits your budget and driving needs. The driving and user experience across the Audi saloon lineup is fairly uniform – all models feature plush materials, loads of on-board tech, and a supremely composed feeling behind the wheel – with the main differentiator simply being how much passenger space there is.

Audi saloons are neither especially low nor high when it comes to ground clearance – often sitting well within the average range for a regular road car. That means you shouldn't have to spend your drives tiptoeing around potholes or improvising ramps to clear awkward kerbs.

However, if you live somewhere rural where a little extra ground clearance can help avoid bonking your bodywork on an exposed boulder, for example, you might be better off with an SUV like the Audi Q3 or Audi Q5.

All Audi saloon cars have been crash tested to rigorous modern standards and include a suite of airbags and passive safety aids to minimise the risk of injury in a crash. What's more, even the most affordable Audi saloon models include features like automatic emergency braking and lane-keep assistance to try to stop a collision from happening in the first place.