The Audi RS 3 Sportback

Audi's most powerful five cylinder engine

Starting from £44,300

Featuring the most powerful production Audi RS five-cylinder engine ever seen, the new Audi RS 3 Sportback continues to honour the legendary Audi quattros of the eighties. The 2.5 TFSI engine delivers an impressive 400PS.

Capable of 0-62mph in 4.1 seconds, and featuring RS Sports suspension and RS braking system as standard, our latest RS model is an everyday sports car.

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Highlights include:

  • Faster reacting quattro all-wheel drive
  • Lighter bucket seats
  • Optional ceramic brakes
  • Audi's most powerful five cylinder engine ever
  • Audi Virtual Cockpit
  • RS sports suspension
  • MMI navigation plus with MMI touch
  • Audi parking system plus
  • Heated Front Sports Seats in Fine Nappa Leather

Audi RS3 Accessories

Choose from a range of personalised accessory options to make your Audi your own.

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Audi Finance

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.

One of our accredited Business Managers will be on hand to discuss all options with you when you book your Audi test drive.

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Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures are obtained under standardised EU test conditions (or, in cases of vehicles with WLTP type approval, are the NEDC figures provided pursuant to Government guidance until further notice). These figures facilitate direct comparison between different models from different manufacturers, but may not represent the actual fuel consumption achieved in ‘real world’ driving conditions. More information is available at Choice of wheels and other options may affect fuel consumption and emissions data.