Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Audi A2

Quality doesn't come cheap. If you need proof, look no further than the Audi A2. The baby German is smaller than a Citroen C3, yet prices start at more than £13,000 for the entry-level model. The Audi's new move has inspired his competitors to jump into the compact cars and downsized cars to compete with the Audi and the changing environment.

The Audi is a design masterpiece. Built entirely from aluminum, which keeps weight to a lowest amount, the A2 is freezing enough and also precedes excellent fuel economy, with an impressive combined figure of 66mpg for the commended 1.4 TDI diesel models.
As many buyers are moving to the car from bigger Audis and similar executive models, specification levels are high and most of the A2s on the market are SE trim at least. Interior fitting and finishing is as good as you would expect from Audi, and there's enough room to seat four adults with a modest amount of luggage with comfort.

Build quality is excellent, and the A2 has a fine reliability record so far. It's nearly three years since the car was launched and used examples are being offered for sale in greater numbers - so is now the right time to pick up one of life's little luxuries?

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