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As a private motorist you have many options when it comes to paying for or leasing your car.
Personal Contract Purchase is the most popular method, as it allows you to upgrade typically every two to four years and avoid depreciation costs.
Hire Purchase is the straightforward approach, and one that enables you to take full ownership after all payments have been met.
Personal Contract Hire differs by giving you access to the latest models without committing to ownership. When the contract ends, simply hand back the keys.
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Sytner Audi is pleased to support the Motability Scheme, a registered charity which enables disabled people to lease a new car by exchanging their Government-funded mobility allowance.
Motability provides thousands of people with a brand new, worry-free car.
With Motability everything is taken care of so you can enjoy the freedom to drive. Get a car through Motability, and insurance, maintenance, RAC breakdown recovery, servicing, tyres and windscreens are all included at no extra cost. You lease your car on a 3 year Contract Hire and get a brand new car every three years.
Choosing an Audi isn't just a matter of deciding on the model you want, it's about creating a car that suits you perfectly.
To help you do that, Audi have designed a range of accessories you can add to your Audi, enabling you to customise it down to the last detail. Our accessories are professionally crafted and extensively tested. Only when our products have passed all these tests and more can they be called Audi Genuine Accessories.
Why not browse the catalogues, you'll be amazed at the choice available.
The wide, low-placed Singleframe grille and the implied side air inlets dominate the distinctive front. Below the edge of the hood are three flat slits – an homage to the Sport quattro, the brand’s rally icon. The distinctive daytime running light graphics of the optional full-LED lights echo the dynamic wing shapes from sailing, known as hydrofoils. A low-set, concentrated look in conjunction with the small rhombus segments in the top section of the headlights provides a sporty appearance.
The new Audi A1 Sportback is fit for the digital future. Even the basic version comes standard with a fully digital instrument cluster with a high-resolution, 10.25-inch display and a multifunction steering wheel. The optional Audi virtual cockpit with an extended range of functions presents comprehensive and diverse information such as animated navigation maps and graphics of some driver assistance systems in the driver’s direct field of vision. The Audi smartphone interface ensures you are always well connected on board the new A1 Sportback.
Space and comfort
The new A1 Sportback is much more spacious, making life much more comfortable. The A1 Sportback has grown significantly in length – with an additional 56 millimeters (2.2 in), it now measures 4.03 meters (13.2 ft). At the same time, the width has remained almost the same at 1.74 (5.7 ft) meters. The new-generation model is only 1.41 meters (4.6 ft) in height – including aerial, the car is 1.43 meters (4.7 ft) tall. Luggage capacity has increased by 65 litres (2.3 cu ft). Normal capacity is 335 litres (11.8 cu ft); with the rear seats folded down, this increases to 1,090 litres (38.5 cu ft). Loading sill height is a comfortably low 67 centimeters (2.2 ft).
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There is a new test for fuel economy figures. We are currently changing our systems to use data from this new test – in the meantime, you should not rely on the fuel consumption data included in the configurator (which is based on the old (NEDC) test and will be out of date from 1 January 2019) or use that data in comparisons with other vehicles. For the official (WLTP) fuel consumption data for your chosen configuration, please consult your local Audi Centre. Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption and CO2 figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. There is a new test used for fuel consumption and CO2 figures (known as WLTP). The CO2 figures shown however, are based on a calculation designed to be equivalent to the outgoing (NEDC) test cycle and will be used to calculate vehicle tax on first registration. For more information, please see audi.co.uk/wltp or consult your local Audi Centre.