New Audi RS3 Review – 395Bhp Road Rocket Launched In The Desert

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It’s the shame for BMW that the car that became the benchmark for the four-door ...

It’s the shame for BMW that the car that became the benchmark for the four-door sports vehicle genre has invited so many competitors from within the company because now it feels as if there’s so little reason to buy an M3. Attacks from fellow Bimmers include the M2 and upcoming M2 Gran Coupe if BMW decides to build it.

However, there is no need to stay with BMW when seeking the small, semi-affordable sports car with four doors.

Audi has us covered with the RS3. And the small sedan was introduced to the world at last year’s Paris Motor Show with five cylinders, the turbocharger, all-wheel drive, and 395 hp of fun for the family. Auto Express got its hands on one in order and to see how it stacks up against the old version of the car.

The verdict? Well what did you expect from the German automaker, the same one that’s known for its wild creations that include offerings for the power-hungry buyers and telepathic track cars that can double as well-insulated grand tourers?

Like any good German vehicle, the RS3 strikes the perfect balance between power, efficiency, handling dynamics, everyday drivability.

The ability to rush from 0-60 mph in 4.1 seconds before topping out at 155 mph is reserved for each and every buyer, and the bar room bragging rights may be fun fact worth mentioning because as it stands, and the RS3 carries the most powerful five-cylinder engine in the world.

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