Which is better Audi A3 or VW Golf?
There’s no debating the Golf looks great. But out of the two cars, the Audi A3 definitely has the better looks. It’s more classy, has that extra bit of style and features more fancy details. We think this will justify any extra costs.
What is the VW equivalent to Audi A3?
Both the Audi A3 Sportback and Volkswagen Golf share the same platform and technologies, with the former being a more premium alternative in the compact hatchback segment.
Does Audi use VW engines?
So, while Audi got the VR6 engine, Volkswagen made use of Audi’s 4.2-liter V8. In Audis, it’s found in the 2004-2009 S4, the 2008-2012 S5 Coupe, the 2002-2012 A8, the 2010-2014 Q7, the 2005-2010 A6, the 2006-2014 R8, as well as the 2007-2008 and 2013-2014 RS 4.
What’s better Volkswagen or Audi?
The Audi brand has become much more successful and enjoyed record sales for 2016. Audi is positioned as a more powerful and luxurious option than Volkswagen, though several of their vehicles still share platforms and engineering.
Which is better Audi A3 or Volkswagen Golf?
When it comes to fuel economy the winner has to be Audi A3, averaging around 5.7 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers (50 mpg), in combined cycle. We can’t ignore that 12% difference compared to Golf.
Is the Audi A3 a 3.2 or 2.0?
The S3 is a 2.0T – T for Turbo – not a 3.2. Whether I mistyped S or A is irrelevant. A tuned 2.0tsi will and did stay with a 3.2 in the real world. A tuned 2.0tsi will and did stay with a 3.2 in the real world. The tuned 2.0T will probably be of a higher power than than the V6, and probably weighs less too so I would expect it to be faster.
Which is faster Audi A3 or GTi se?
Speaking of hauling, this GTI happens to be the quickest yet, with a zero to 60 time of 5.6 seconds, and a top speed of 126 miles per hour, which is just 0.3 seconds and 3 miles per hour slower than the Audi.
Which is better Volkswagen Golf or VW GTI?
But while the company may still be down, the Volkswagen Golf is as good as ever, and for 31 large, you can get yourself a fine example of what’s arguably the best, most versatile sports car on the planet, the GTI. So call us crazy, but can VW’s iconic hot hatch stand up to the entry-level Audi? Let’s find out in this latest Buy This, Not That.