The Audi A3 Ranks as One of the Best Used Cars for Teens Under $20,000

The 2017 Audi A3 Models Are Ideal for Teens

 

The mid-size Audi A3 possesses reputable crash test scores from IIHS and NHTSA and above-average dependability, emergency handling, and braking performance ratings from Consumer Reports - all of which are needed for new drivers.

 

Letting your teen drive on their own can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to break the bank. Used 2017 Audi A3 models can be found for less than $20,000 which is a perfect price for a first car (and a luxurious one at that).

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Check Out Audi e-tron’s Fast Charge Capability

The Audi e-tron can recharge up to 62 miles of range in less than 10 minutes

 

If you’re looking for an electric vehicle that can get them on the road in minutes, look no further than the Audi e-tron. 

 

When using a 150 kW DC charger, you can have enough battery power to get you where you need to be (and back) in just 10 minutes or wait a bit longer for a full charge in 50 minutes. Using a high-speed public charger, 54 miles of range can be generated within a 10-minute charge.

 

 

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The All New 2018 Audi A5 & S5 Sportback

The 2018 A5 and S5 Sportback models mirror the coupe’s breakthrough design language, featuring a wider, flatter Singleframe® grille and longer, lower hood lines that highlight the powerful engines of the new A5 family vehicles. The precise wave-design shoulder line is more pronounced than previous generations and wider wheel arches provide design cues to the vehicle’s quattro® DNA. Rear horizontal design lines joined by the slim, yet sculptural three-dimension LED taillights offer a distinctly powerful look and emphasize vehicle width.

The refined interior of the A5, with seating for up to five standard, includes greater attention to detail…

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The New Audi Q5 has arrived

While there is some initial hesitation leaving stoplights, once underway the turbo-four proves smooth and adequately energetic. Shifts from the new transmission are quick and seamless, with responsive reactions to your right foot's demands.

Fuel economy looks to be considerably improved, with the EPA rating the new Q5 at 25 mpg combined vs. the previous car’s 22 mpg; the last Q5 achieved 21 mpg overall in our testing. We’ll measure that ourselves.

Although the ride has been made gentler, the Q5 doesn’t abandon its sporty pretense. You can feel the suspension’s underlying firmness at times…

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