This is the first competitive product review here at the Caddy Edge. In this installment, we’re looking at the Audi A3 TDI. The A3 is Audi’s entry car in the US market. TDI is their 2.0l turbo-diesel powerplant. In this instance it is backed by the famed dual-clutch automated manual transmission that VW likes to use.
The Audi A3 might be positioned below even the upcoming ATS, but it does show what is going on in the luxury space for folks looking for a small, fuel-efficient ride that don’t want to think about a hybrid.
This review was previously posted over at Unhealthy Obsession with Cars and is based on my experience driving the car at the Rocky Mountain Driving Experience (put on by the Rocky Mountain Automotive Press). Continue Reading →