Audi A3 Sportback 1.8T Review: Turbo-charging saves the Earth

Audi A3 Sportback 1.8T Review: Turbo-charging saves the Earth

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
30 Jan 2008

German Rivals

Having to pay S$119,800 for an entry-level Audi is a considerable sum for some. Some might have trouble keeping that few thousand dollars more in the bank and would rather go for the Golf GTI. But you would need to sacrifice a good deal of everyday driving comfort, if you choose that.

Alternatively, if you are absolutely keen on purchasing a hatch, the turbocharged and supercharged Golf GT is something worth looking at, too.

But if you are Chinese, have at some point in your life spent some money on buying 4D or Toto, spoken to someone seriously about trying to change your luck, here’s something interesting – the engine code given to this lovely car is “EA888”. There, now you can save that money which you might have otherwise spent bidding on the number plate on some nice modifications.

In a nutshell, for this price, there is barely anything else in the market that could offer you this level of performance, quality ride and handling, looks and, of course, image. It’s almost a steal.

Credits: Text by Andy Hum, Photos by Adrian Wong

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