Audi A3 Cabriolet Final Edition

Stephen Dobie
30 Jan 2013
Audi A3 Cabriolet Final Edition

The Audi A3 Cabriolet Final Edition offers loads of extra equipment with savings of up to £3600

Audi has announced its A3 Cabriolet Final Edition. As the unambiguous name suggests, the current A3 drop-top doesn’t have long for this world. The all-new mk3 A3 released in 2012 is set to spawn a soft-top variant later in the year.
It follows the end-of-line special edition formula to the letter, too, ticking a host of options boxes for a smaller premium than you’d normally pay.
Final Edition treatment can be applied to both Sport and S-line spec A3 Cabriolets. Sport models range from £23,775 for a 104bhp 1.2 TFSI to £28,180 for a 197bhp 2.0 TFSI, representing a £2340 premium over standard. That buys you heated leather seats, rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, cruise control and Bluetooth connectivity. Audi claims a £1605 saving compared to specifying that equipment separately.
The S-line Final Edition costs £2435 more than standard, prices ranging from £26,210 to £30,615. It benefits from a new set of 18in alloy wheels, leather seats, xenon headlights, satnav and a BOSE sound system, apparently saving a heftier £3640.
A new cabriolet will bolster the third generation Audi A3 range alongside other models, including a saloon and – rumours suggest – a slightly more rugged Allroad Sportback model.

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