New 2019 AudiA3 2.0T Premium Plus Cabriolet

  • VIN: WAU5ULFF7K1032333
  • Stock: K1032333
On The Lot
at Audi Pembroke Pines
Location Details
Fuel Economy
26.0/35.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Nano gray metallic / Black roof
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Cabriolet/4 seats
Transmission
7 speed automatic with auto-shift
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
2.0L 2.0-liter TFSI four-cylinder engine
Audi A3

Highlighted Features

  • Blind spot sensor
  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Power convertible roof
  • Parking sensors
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Front dual zone A/C

Included Packages & Options

  • Premium Plus Package$3,400
    • Wheels: 18" x 8" 5-Double-Spoke-Design Bi-Color
    • Audi Drive Select
    • Audi Phone Box w/Wireless Charging
    • Aluminum Mistral Silver Inlays
    • Auto-Dimming Interior Mirror w/Compass
    • Color Driver Information System
    • Parking System Plus
    • S Line Exterior
    • Convenience Package
    • Tires: 225/40R18 All-Season
  • Wheels: 19" x 8" 5-Arm Wing Design Anthracite$800
    • Tires: 235/35R19 Summer Performance
Included Options
  • Audi Beam-Rings$250
  • Audi Guard All-Weather Floor Mats$100
  • Convenience Package$1,000
  • Sport Suspension$250

Detailed Specifications

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.7Out of 5
  • Most practical car I've ever owned!

    By lexieeeee on Monday, July 01, 2019

    5.0
    This was my first purchase out of college in 2015, I had a 4 wheel drive Jeep with a huge engine and was looking for something more eco friendly for my beginner's wallet. I was looking at "affordable" cars and stumbled upon this beauty. It had been owned for 6 months (purchased new) as a fleet vehicle for a company that went under and had 15k miles on it, absolute mint condition basically brand new, but I got a deal because it was sitting at a Honda dealership. Firstly, I want to say, I have the "bottom of the line" model. The smallest engine, no upgrades, just the base model...and WOW it still has all the upgrades of most premium domestic cars. Leather seats, really cool dash set up, power seats, sun roof, etc. It's a beautiful sleek car inside and out, and still has great pickup and control. I've owned this car for 4 years now, in a rural area and now a big city. The practicality of this car has only grown with me. It's a cute sporty car for young professional, but would also make a practical family car when the time comes. It's great in a big city, small enough to parallel park anywhere, handles the Boston snow with ease, and stops on a dime in traffic. Backseat is small, but large enough my 6'4" dad can fit. I also LOVE that I get anywhere from 35-45 MPG. On average I'm getting 430 miles on my 11~ gallon tank! The ONLY downside was going from a domestic car to a German. General maintenance can be a little pricey, you need a key to open oil pan (can't change yourself), and it takes extra oil during a change, but you can also go twice as long between oil changes per the maintenance guidelines. However, I will say, I have had ZERO issues with the car outside of scheduled maintenance. I had one recall (I never had an issue but my VIN was on the list) for the fuel sensor, took it to my local Audi and it was switched over in about 20 minutes. Overall a solid affordable car!
  • amazing

    By juju on Tuesday, April 16, 2019

    5.0
    Once you get into a German car you will always have one, the performance and styling of Audi has always been the best in my opinion. For 180HP geared to a dual clutch automatic DSG transmission you will feel like you are driving a luxury go kart with fancy wheels.
  • Doing what it's supposed to do

    By 5H4RK on Thursday, March 28, 2019

    4.0
    Bought this car used with 15K mikes and have owned it for about 6 months. Main goal was to reduce the amount of $'s I was spending on fuel. I went from a full size SUV (Escalade) to a tiny A3 - a bit of a shocker initially but I'm past that. My daily commute is about 50 miles round trip some on freeways and parts in heavy traffic. I'm averaging just above 45 mpg which is pretty good compared to the EPA estimates (and my Escalade at 14mpg). Car is quite luxurious and well bolted together. I'd far rather have the A3 than a similarly frugal Golf or Jetta even if it would be a little cheaper.
Dealer pricing may include incentives. The Kelley Blue Book® Fair Market Range does not factor in consumer rebates and incentives.

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