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Discussion in 'European Cars' started by SupraMan, Nov 23, 2010.
That's true, but it least it hasn't been beaten by the ugly stick!
It's mental that with 911s and GTR's and such doing 0-60 in less than 3 seconds, 4.6 (regardless of the car) just doesn't seem very quick anymore.
In fact anything more than 4 seconds is yawn territory.
And for those 10 seconds or less... I'm free.
Hard to get a fair comparison with the RS3 vs GTR and 911Turbo S PDK,
remember that the RS3 "only" has 340hp vs ~500hp for GTR and 911 TSPDK.
4,6seconds is quite impressive considering that the M3 for an example does it in ~5,0s(?!)
LOL, great car, but the price is a #$%#ing joke
The A3 sportbacks seem to have something very awkward about their proportions, but yeah, closer to the original (awesome) RS2 it won't come I think
Srsly. It's a damn shame that Audi thinks they can charge this much, because this is HOT.
4.6 secs to 100kmh
sounds like a good price to me.
let's go and have a look at post 23 again...
2nd hand car doesnt count.
a new one is cheaper still
sounds good, needs a better exhaust though.
Just have a look at what BMW is charging for their 1-series M.
RS3 has 340hp/450Nm, 1M has 340hp/500Nm
RS3's 0-100kmh = 4,6sec (55.400EUR)
1M's 0-100kmh = 4,9sec (54.900EUR)
And usually BMW charges a little bit more for the extras, considering these cars will hang with Cayman S wich costs 10k Euro more, and the RS3 has a 7-speed Auto as standard, while the 1M and the Cayman S has manual's.
Id definitely go with the RS3 in Misano-red, Yummie! <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>