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Спорт-седан Audi S3 третьего поколения

Спортивный седан Audi S3 впервые привезли на Нью-Йоркский автосалон в 2013 году. Выбор места презентации был оправдан – в США трехобъемные модели пользуются большей популярностью, чем хэтчбеки. В принципе, такая же ситуация сложилась и в России.

Одновременно со своими «собратьями» по семейству весной 2016 года четырехдверка пережила обновление, которое затронуло внешность, функционал и техническую «начинку».

Внешний вид мощного немецкого седана разнится от стандартных версий «тройки» наличием иного бампера, хромированной радиаторной решеткой, воздухозаборниками и покрытыми алюминием внешними зеркалами спереди, а также спойлером и четырьмя трубами выхлопной системы сзади. Спортивный и гармоничный образ подкрепляют большие колесные диски размерностью 18 дюймов дизайна «5 двойных спиц».

Габаритные размеры кузова Audi S3 Sedan таковы: длина – 4466 мм, высота – 1392 мм, ширина – 1796 мм (1960 мм с учетом зеркал). Колесная база составляет 2631 мм, а дорожный просвет (клиренс) – 120 мм. Это означает, что автомобиль длиннее и ниже своего «гражданского» собрата, да и расстояние между осями у него меньше.

От оформления внутреннего убранства обычных представителей семейства Audi A3, интерьер спортивного седана отличается такими же элементами, что и салоны S3 и S3 Sportback.

Это означает, что автомобиль обладает качественными материалами отделки, высоким уровнем исполнения и продуманной до мелочей эргономикой.

Передние места предлагают комфортное размещение седокам различных комплекций, задний диван предназначен на троих человек, но ногам среднего пассажира будет мешать выступающий трансмиссионный тоннель.

Объем багажного отделения Audi S3 Sedan насчитывает 390 литров полезного пространства. Это на 35 литров меньше, чем у «гражданского» седана. В остальном – полный паритет: прямоугольная форма, ровные стенки, спрятанные под обшивкой петли крышки багажника, складывающееся вровень с полом заднее сиденье.

Технические характеристики. В движение спортседан из Ингольштадта приводит бензиновая «турбочетверка» объемом 2.0 литра, выдающая 310 лошадиных сил при 5500-6500 об/минуту и 380 или 400 Нм пиковой тяги в зависимости от типа коробки передач (в пользу «робота»). Совместно с ней может трудиться либо «механика», либо 7-диапазонная S tronic. Привод – исключительно полный.

До 100 км/ч трехобъемная модель ускоряется спустя 4.6-5.3 секунды, а набор скорости останавливается при достижении 250 км/ч. В среднем седан кушает 6.4-7 литров бензина на 100 км пути.

С технической точки зрения Audi S3 Sedan практически не имеет отличий от одноименных спортивных хэтчбеков. Единственное – пружины и активные амортизаторы с учетом большого веса седана немного жестче.

Комплектации и цены. В нашей стране покупка трехобъемной «эс-три» в дорестайлинговом обличье опустошит карман минимум на 2 764 000 рублей. Автомобиль с роботизированной коробкой передач обойдется на 71 000 рублей дороже (цены на обновленную машину пока не озвучены). Список базового оснащения такой же, что и на S3 Sportback, как и перечень опционального оборудования.

седаны спорткары C-класс премиальные Отзывы

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2017 Audi S3 Sedan (US-Spec)

By Audi Published: Nov 10, 2016Modified: Nov 10, 2016

Audi of America’s refreshed A3 model line continues on its path of offering a strong entry to the Audi premium lineup for 2017. With a redesigned exterior, expanded suite of driver assistance systems and increased technology offerings, the updated A3 family vehicles offer the performance of an Audi in a fun-to-drive, compact package.

The A3 family includes the A3 Sedan, A3 Cabriolet, A3 Sportback e-tron and the high-performance S3 Sedan. New for 2017, the refreshed A3 Sedan, Cabriolet and S3 models now feature more advanced driver assistance systems including standard Audi pre sense front, and available features such as rear cross traffic assist, Audi virtual cockpit, MMI® touch and smartphone integration. Together with improvements in exterior and interior design, the A3 family vehicles continue to raise the bar in the premium entry segment.

A3 Sedan, Cabriolet and S3 Sedan

The A3 Sedan and Cabriolet models continue to come equipped with a 2.0 TFSI® quattro® all-wheel drive turbocharged four-cylinder engine with six-speed S tronic® dual-clutch automatic transmission. Additionally, the model line offers a host of standard premium features such as leather seating surfaces, power sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, xenon plus front lighting with LED daytime running headlights and LED taillights.

New for 2017 is a redesigned exterior that includes a new headlight design and updated design cues such as an all-new front fascia with a wider Singleframe® grille, making the A3 appear even sportier and more aggressive on the road.

The A3 Cabriolet offers the excellent everyday driving characteristics of the Sedan, with the pleasure of open-top enjoyment. New for 2017, the Cabriolet includes exterior enhancements such as a new rear bumper and diffuser insert with standard S-line exterior appearance on Premium Plus and Prestige models and interior improvements such as standard six-way power front seats with four-way power lumbar support. The acoustic folding roof can be opened or closed in approximately 18 seconds at speeds up to 31 mph.

The S3 Sedan expands upon the already sporty character of the A3 with additional S model details that underscore the high-performance qualities for which Audi S models are known. Delivering greater performance for everyday use, available Audi magnetic ride sport suspension, available 19” 5-V spoke summer performance tires and a unique S-model exterior kit round out the aggressive position of this sporty model.

Design

The exterior of the A3 model line has been redesigned for a sportier and more aggressive on the road appearance, including a more striking lighting design. The interior design includes greater attention to detail through functional refinements and additional driver-focused technologies.

Exterior Design highlights include:

  • All-new front fascia with high-gloss Singleframe ® grille (Platinum Gray with aluminum-optic double blade bars on S3 models)
  • New, more aggressive undercut headlight design and new light signatures for the standard Audi Xenon plus headlights or optional full LED headlights
  • Standard LED taillights with available dynamic turn signals
  • New, lower front bumper styling and rear bumper with diffuser insert design (standard S line® exterior appearance on Premium Plus and Prestige models)
  • Parking system plus with front and rear acoustic sensors (standard on Premium Plus and Prestige models)
  • Door-mounted standard power-adjustable heated exterior side mirrors
  • Dual exhaust outlets on 2.0T models or quad exhaust outlets on S3 models
  • New wheel designs including standard 17” 5-arm design or available 18” 5-double spoke design wheels with gray polished finish for the Sedan and 18” 5-arm dynamic design wheels, exclusive to the S3

Standard Interior Design Highlights:

  • Three-spoke multifunction steering wheel
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • Leather seating surfaces and panoramic sunroof (Sedan only)
  • 10 speaker including subwoofer, 180 watt Audi sound system on the Sedan (9 speaker 140 watt on the Cabriolet)
  • Aluminum interior package includes air vent and door handle surrounds, mirror and window controls
  • Micrometallic Silver inlays, available Aluminum Mistral inlays
  • New six-way power adjustable front seats including four-way power lumbar adjustment (Cabriolet models only)
Technology

New benchmark technologies in the A3, including the Audi virtual cockpit, smartphone integration and the retractable MMI screen, make it easier to enjoy the driving experience and add to the driver-centric experience.

Technology features include:

  • Available Audi virtual cockpit features a large, 12.3-inch display that can deliver vibrant color at 60 frames per second with NVIDIA® quad core processing power. The virtual cockpit helps to enhance the infotainment viewing and navigating experience via the large Google Map images supported with 4G LTE (where available).
  • Available updated MMI® touch® with handwriting-recognition technology includes a simplified function-key layout with two touch-keys for horizontal menu control logic.
  • Audi smartphone interface (available on Premium, standard on Premium Plus and Prestige models) provides Apple CarPlay™ and Google™ Android Auto integration via USB connection, making smartphone interactions easier and more seamless for the driver.
  • The available 14 speaker, 705 watt Bang & Olufsen® Sound System creates almost true-to-life surround sound reproduction and visually captivates with illuminated woofers in the front doors. (13 speaker, 625 watts on Cabriolet models)
Audi connect®

Audi connect packages together all applications that help connect the A3 with the internet, the owner and the surrounding infrastructure.

The A3 now offers two available options – Connect PRIME and Connect PLUS.

  • Connect PRIME enhances the driving experience through navigation services such as Google Earth™, myAudi Destinations, Audi Semi-Dynamic Route Guidance with INRIX XD® Traffic and information services such as fuel prices, online travel info, internet radio and Twitter® alerts, among other features.
  • Connect PLUS brings the power of 4G LTE to the vehicle’s built-in Wi-Fi® hotspot with the ability to connect up to eight passenger devices (complimentary 6-month trial subscription). Connect PLUS offers a variety of data plans designed to fit the needs of even the most connected driver.
Driver assistance

The A3 model line now incorporates many driver assistance features that are designed to help drivers navigate the road and traffic with confidence.

Driver assistance features:

  • Standard rear view camera assists drivers when reversing or backing into tight parking situations.
  • Parking system plus (standard on Premium Plus and Prestige models) helps make parking easier with front and rear acoustic parking sensors, when the vehicle is in both reverse and drive, under 6 mph. With parking system plus, the driver’s path is virtually shown on the MMI display to provide an overview of the parking situation around the vehicle, including distance markers for obstacles that are in close proximity.
  • High beam assistant (standard on Prestige) automatically switches between high and low beam to produce the right light for a specific situation and help increase visibility for the driver. The high-beam can also be switched off when approaching vehicles are detected.
  • Audi active lane assist (standard on Prestige) observes lane markings and can provide gentle steering wheel warning vibrations if it is determined that the vehicle is approaching the edge of the lane without signaling at speeds above 40 mph.
  • Standard Audi pre sense front is a radar-based system which provides forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking through visual and acoustic alerts, prepping the brake system for a quicker response, and if necessary, can initiate partial braking.
  • In the case of an impending collision, standard Audi pre sense® basic can prepare the vehicle for impact. This process includes beginning to close the side windows and panoramic sunroof, and pretensioning the front safety belts.
  • Adaptive cruise control with stop & go (standard on Prestige) helps maintain a set distance from the vehicle in front, including braking and accelerating as needed.
  • Audi side assist (available on Premium Plus and standard with Prestige trim) provides blind spot monitoring via LED indicators on the exterior mirror housings at speeds above 9 mph.
  • Rear cross traffic assist (as part of Audi side assist) supports the driver when reversing out of a perpendicular parking space. Indicator arrows in the MMI® display can inform the driver of approaching vehicles, and in critical situations, a warning tone and brake jolt can be applied, prompting the driver to stop the vehicle.
Powertrain and Performance

The A3 Sedan and Cabriolet models continue to come equipped with a 2.0 TFSI® turbocharged four-cylinder engine with six-speed S tronic® dual-clutch automatic transmission and quattro® all-wheel drive, producing 220 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque.

The S3 sedan continues with the powerful 2.0 TFSI engine with quattro® all-wheel drive producing an impressive 292 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque and achieving a speed of 0-60 mph in 4.7 seconds. The S3 also offers an available Audi magnetic ride sport suspension, which can be adjusted using the Audi drive select system.

KEY SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL ENGINE TRANSMISSION HORSEPOWER TORQUE
A3 Sedan / Cabriolet 2.0 TFSI quattro AWD Six-speed S tronic 220 hp @ 4,500-6,200 rpm 258 lb-ft @ 1,600-4,400 rpm
S3 Sedan 2.0 TFSI quattro AWD Six-speed S tronic 292 hp @ 5,400-6,200 rpm 280 lb-ft @ 1,900-5,300 rpm
Additional Model Changes

The A3 FWD and e-tron models will continue to be offered and receive product updates for the 2017 model year to be announced at a later date.

Pricing Detail:

Model year 2017 A3 model line starting manufacturer suggested retail prices:

MODEL PREMIUM PREMIUM PLUS PRESTIGE
A3 Sedan quattro $34,200 $37,450 $43,150
A3 Cabriolet $40,300 $43,550 $49,250
S3 Sedan $42,900 $48,400

*Prices above exclude destination charge ($950), taxes, title, options, and dealer charges. Dealer sets actual price.

(Audi USA Press Release)

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Audi S3 Reviews | Audi S3 Price, Photos, and Specs | Car and Driver

The S3 blends Audi’s high-performance and high-tech know-how into a zesty compact sedan. With accurate (albeit lightly weighted) steering, all-wheel drive, and a sport-tuned suspension, it has great driving dynamics. The 2.0-liter turbo four makes 292 hp. A seven-speed automatic is standard; a manual is not offered. Passengers enjoy comfortable and supportive seats, but the interior is tight. A 12.3-inch driver-oriented display provides everything from vehicle speed to navigation functions.

Major redesigns occur every five years or so; not much changes in between. Dividing them into generations provides more meaningful distinctions in the shopping process.

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Unlike its competitive set of pocket-size luxury hot rods, the Audi S3 carries a little Teutonic monkey on its back: the Volkswagen Golf R, which shares the wee Audi’s guts and MQB structure yet is both more practical and more affordable. While a finer polish has been given to the updated-for-2017 S3, including additional interior tech and minor performance tweaks, that comparison still weighs on Audi’s smallest sports sedan.

The S3’s freshening is subtle, bringing the car in line with the larger 2018 Audi S4 via a more angular grille, standard LED headlights, and LED taillights with dynamic turn signals that illuminate in an outward-sweep pattern when activated. Our test car also had optional and revised 19-inch aluminum wheels (18s remain standard) shod with the newest Pirelli P Zero summer tires in size 235/35R-19. Audi fans will be able to spot the new chiseled mug at a glance, but the execution continues to be handsomely understated, adding just a touch of scrappiness from the S3’s chunky, albeit tidy, proportions.

Mechanical changes are mostly limited to the standard Quattro all-wheel-drive system, the electronic controls for which are now more integrated with the S3’s stability-control system, allowing the two to better manage the chassis’ behavior at the limit. The car also has a greater rearward bias of torque distribution and revised front and rear differentials that can each manage up to 100 percent of the engine’s torque when necessary. Taken together, the S3 is more capable than ever of maintaining massive speeds over slick, undulating pavement, even as the excitement it can generate is tempered by extreme refinement. Despite the smarter, more flexible drivetrain, the S3 still defaults to a safe and stable push when the front tires give up the fight; without taking it to a racetrack, it’s difficult to say if the changes would improve the S3’s lap time around Virginia International Raceway’s 4.1-mile Grand Course, which was a scant 1.0 second quicker than the Golf R’s. A light dusting of snow on our skidpad prevented us from confirming the Audi’s maximum lateral grip (for reference, Golf Rs have returned up to 0.95 g in our hands), but our test car was able to stop from 70 mph in an impressive 153 feet.

Audi’s magnetorheological dampers were included in our car’s $2000 Black Optic Dynamic package (19-inch wheels, body-color exterior mirrors, and gloss-black exterior trim) and excelled at ironing out Michigan’s crumbling roads while maintaining taut control over body motions. Feedback from the electrically assisted steering remains muted, but the S3 tracks well at highway speed and the weighting of the tiller can be firmed up nicely by toggling the Drive Select system to its most aggressive Dynamic setting. There also are Comfort, Auto, and Individual modes for fine-tuning the powertrain, suspension, steering, and exhaust system.

The Europe-market 2017 S3 receives a slight boost in output for the EA888 turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four, but cars bound for the U.S. get no such fortification: power remains at 292 horses at 6200 rpm and 280 lb-ft of torque at 1900. The iron-block engine is still a responsive and powerful gem, though, and produces an aggressive fizz from the S3’s standard sport exhaust but doesn’t drone on the highway—which is good when the engine is buzzing along at 3000 rpm during an 80-mph cruise. A six-speed dual-clutch automatic is the sole transmission choice and brings smart, rapid-fire shifts with only the occasional low-speed hesitation that a torque-converter automatic would never produce.

This marks the first time we’ve properly tested a U.S.-market S3, which, at 3485 pounds, is 185 pounds heavier than a 2015 model we tested in the U.K. The more powerful Mercedes-AMG CLA45 sedan is heavier still at more than 3600, but the Golf R is about 80 pounds lighter with its automatic transmission and about 150 trimmer with the six-speed manual. Utilizing the dual-clutch’s launch-control feature, the Audi mustered a 4.6-second blast to 60 mph and a quarter-mile pass of 13.3 at 104 mph—properly quick yet 0.2 and 0.4 second (and 4 mph) slower than the Euro model. More important, those times also slightly trail the Golf R automatic’s, even if our preferred VW setup with the manual stretches those figures to 5.2 and 13.7 seconds. The S3’s 5-to-60-mph run (5.8 seconds) is more telling of its actual stoplight heroics. We also succeeded in matching the S3’s 24-mpg EPA combined rating in the real world.

While the S3’s cabin gains a few small trim changes and an updated menu structure in the MMI infotainment system, the biggest update for 2017 is the availability of the 12.3-inch Virtual Cockpit instrument display. A highly functional capstone on Audi’s sleek and minimalist interior design, the configurable readout brings a wealth of data to the driver’s line of sight and is one of the most notable elements separating the S3 from its lesser VW sibling. But it’s a big screen in a small theater, as the 10Best Cars–winning Golf has a far more accommodating back seat for adults, six additional cubic feet of passenger space (93 cubes versus 87), and more than double the cargo capacity. While the S3’s seating position is actually lower than the VW’s, the heads of taller drivers brushed the headliner in a way they generally don’t in a Golf.

You’ll need at least $43,850 to secure a 2017 S3, as well as an additional $10K in options for one like our loaded test car. Along with the Black Optic bundle, the uplevel Prestige package (MMI navigation and Audi Connect services, adaptive cruise, the Virtual Cockpit, Bang & Olufsen audio, LED interior lighting, and automatic high-beams, as well as blind-spot, rear cross-traffic, and lane-keeping assistants) added $5500. S sport seats with nappa leather cost $1450, and the Navarra Blue Metallic paint ($575) and red brake calipers ($400) were both extra.

Considering the $36,475 entry point for the Golf R with the six-speed manual and that a fully loaded version is less than $42K, the S3’s upgrades simply aren’t enough to overcome the basic goodness of the Golf. Sure, the Audi is a bit classier at the curbside, and MMI and Virtual Cockpit are nice pieces of tech. But the Golf R continues to represent a better bargain for what is essentially a more functional—and nearly as luxurious—vehicle with similar equipment. For those with a persistent aversion to the Volkswagen badge, an Audi that is more clearly a step up is on the horizon, in the form of the 400-hp five-cylinder RS3 sedan.

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VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, all-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan

PRICE AS TESTED: $53,775 (base price: $43,850)

ENGINE TYPE: turbocharged and intercooled DOHC 16-valve inline-4, iron block and aluminum head, direct fuel injection

Displacement: 121 cu in, 1984 ccPower: 292 hp @ 6200 rpmTorque: 280 lb-ft @ 1900 rpm

TRANSMISSION: 6-speed dual-clutch automatic with manual shifting mode

DIMENSIONS:Wheelbase: 103.6 inLength: 175.8 inWidth: 70.7 in Height: 54.8 inPassenger volume: 87 cu ftCargo volume: 10 cu ftCurb weight: 3485 lb

C/D TEST RESULTS: Zero to 60 mph: 4.6 sec Zero to 100 mph: 12.0 sec Zero to 130 mph: 23.1 sec Rolling start, 5-60 mph: 5.8 sec Top gear, 30-50 mph: 3.0 sec Top gear, 50-70 mph: 3.5 sec Standing ¼-mile: 13.3 sec @ 104 mph Top speed: 155 mph (governor limited, mfr-s claim) Braking, 70-0 mph: 153 ft

FUEL ECONOMY: EPA combined/city/highway driving: 24/21/28 mpg

C/D observed: 24 mpg

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Powerful from end to end.

The sharp creases and swooping roofline of the S3 hint at the sports car within. Standard LED headlights catch your eye while the LED taillights leave bystanders with a lasting impression. (European model shown).

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Sporty through and through.

The sporty appeal of the S3 continues to the interior too. A flat-bottom steering wheel, available S Sport seats and numerous S badges deliver sporty and sophisticated in equal measure.

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Smart and sporty.

The S3 Sedan offers optional intuitive technologies that help you get more out of the driving experience. Smartly designed in both performance and appearance, intelligent tools are responsive to your touch to increase convenience, enjoyment, and peace of mind.

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Express your true self.

With a variety of endless possibilities to tailor your Audi to your needs and tastes, Audi Accessories can create an Audi as unique as you are.

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