2017 Audi RS 3 ratings and reviews

A compact car with unmistakable Audi-grade power, the 2017 RS 3 only comes in one trim level, but its impressive host of standard features give drivers and passengers a feeling of luxury. The RS 3’s handling is one of its best features, thanks to an all-wheel-drive configuration paired with stability and traction control, performance tires, and four-wheel independent suspension. Despite its small frame, the RS3 gets plenty of power from a 2.5-liter engine capable of delivering 400 horsepower. Variable valve technology and a 7-speed automated manual transmission help the RS 3 maintain a fuel economy rating of 19 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. Split-folding rear seats, premium leather upholstery, hands-free entry, USB connection, and speed-sensitive volume control are just some of the perks owners can expect from the RS 3, although available packages can add even more, like sport exhaust and a tire pressure monitor system.

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A compact car with unmistakable Audi-grade power, the 2017 RS 3 only comes in one trim level, but its impressive host of standard features give drivers and passengers a feeling of luxury. The RS 3’s handling is one of its best features, thanks to an all-wheel-drive configuration paired with stability and traction control, performance tires, and four-wheel independent suspension. Despite its small frame, the RS3 gets plenty of power from a 2.5-liter engine capable of delivering 400 horsepower. Variable valve technology and a 7-speed automated manual transmission help the RS 3 maintain a fuel economy rating of 19 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. Split-folding rear seats, premium leather upholstery, hands-free entry, USB connection, and speed-sensitive volume control are just some of the perks owners can expect from the RS 3, although available packages can add even more, like sport exhaust and a tire pressure monitor system.




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