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The A3 Sedan showcases progressive technology, craftsmanship and performance, and sets new standards in the entry premium market, including the first-ever 4G LTE data connection.
The A3 Sedan will bring to the entry premium market new innovative technologies and the detailed craftsmanship found in larger flagship Audi sedans. The Audi A3 Sedan features standard leather seating surfaces and exceptional ergonomics, and offers the signature Singleframe® grille, ultra-thin retractable MMI® display, available Audi drive select, 4G LTE connectivity and Bang & Olufsen® audio. The A3 Sedan will also come equipped standard with a panorama glass sunroof and bi-xenon headlights.
In addition to the base premium package, two iconic Audi luxury packages are offered on the A3 Sedan – Premium plus and Prestige. Premium plus will include exclusive 18" 10-spoke-design Audi wheels, an aluminum interior package, and keyless entry for an additional $2,550. The Prestige package will include everything that is offered in premium plus, and will give the A3 Sedan a sportier look with the S Line® exterior kit. It will also offer the Driver Assistance package, Bang & Olufsen Sound System, Audi MMI navigation plus, Audi connect®, Convenience package and full LED headlights for $8,450.
The A3 Sedan will be joined later in 2014 by the recently announced Audi A3 Cabriolet, A3 TDI® clean diesel, the high-performance S3 Sedan and in early 2015, the A3 Sportback e-tron® gasoline electric hybrid (PHEV).
A3 Sedan highlights include:
The exterior of the A3 Sedan has been completely redesigned and specifically tailored to meet the sedan preferences of the American market.
•The Audi A3 Sedan stretches 175.5 inches in length and has a 103.4 inch wheelbase. Combined with its 70 inch width and 55.7 inch height, its proportions are compact but very sporty.
•The signature Singleframe® grille and available full-LED headlights.
The athletic exterior of the A3 extends inside, where Audi maintains its leading role in automotive interior design and craftsmanship.
•The defining element is the “wraparound” dash design, which incorporates an innovative three-dimensional inlay concept surrounding the driver and front passenger.
•The available LED interior lighting package highlights the immense craftsmanship and attention to detail.
The Audi A3 breaks the boundaries and raises the bar as to what is expected out of entry-level luxury vehicles.
•The A3 marks the first time that an A-segment vehicle will offer MMI® technology, Audi drive select, 4G LTE connectivity and Bang & Olufsen® audio.
•The MMI operating system has an electronically extending screen, its terminal housed in the console of the center dashboard. They now offer a touch pad incorporated into the rotary MMI control wheel, which offers an intuitively and simple operation typical of the brand with the four rings.
•NVIDIA graphics processing unit (GPU) – generates complex three-dimensional images used in all online, voice control, media navigation and telephone functions.
•A 705 watt 14-speaker Bang & Olufsen Sound System is optional on the A3 Sedan.
The modular infotainment platform in the Audi A3 also brings several upgrades to the industry leading Audi connect® service. Audi’s connected vehicle strategy targets features and services that enhance the experience for Audi drivers and their passengers by providing the benefits of access to information and content, when needed, through interfaces designed for the in-vehicle environment.
•Most advanced version of Audi connect® including read aloud Facebook® and Twitter® alerts, access to more than 7,000 Internet broadcast stations, RSS news feeds and more.
•The MMI navigation plus uses 4G LTE to deliver the tailored services of Audi connect to the driver – from navigation with Google Earth and Google Street View to Audi and online traffic information.
•Audi connect® services, such as, text-to-speech function for e-mail and a dictation function for text messages (SMS).
•An accompanying mobile app will allow advanced functionality between the MMI system and smartphones, passengers will be able to view high-definition videos and make video conference calls from the vehicle.
•Audi and AT&T have teamed to offer U.S. Audi drivers the expected first-ever in-vehicle 4G LTE data connection.
The Audi A3 will offer several advanced technology features which are new to the entry luxury segment, including:
•Standard Audi pre sense basic system which helps detect when an emergency maneuver is being made and prepares the vehicle and its occupant restraint systems in advance of a possible collision.
•Optional advanced technology package, which includes Audi active lane assist, and adaptive cruise control with stop and go.
The A3 Sedan will offer impressive power and groundbreaking efficiency with two engine options including the 170 horsepower 1.8 TFSI® and 220 horsepower 2.0 TFSI.
•Both engines are mated to the standard 6-speed S tronic® transmission, providing immense shifting flexibility and driving pleasure with smooth, dynamic acceleration and virtually no interruption to the power flow.
•The optional Audi drive select system allows the driver to adjust throttle response, shift points, and the electromechanical steering effort. Similar to other Audi models, Audi drive select has four settings that include Auto, Dynamic, Comfort and Individual.
The new platform allows the front wheels to move forward by roughly 1.5 inches (compared to the previous generation A3) to provide well-balanced proportions, supplemented by optimized interior space utilization, and an improved structure.
•Front suspension is a MacPherson strut design with A-arms and aluminum pivot bearings. It is joined to an aluminum subframe.
•The electromechanically assisted steering system operates sensitively and efficiently together with various assistance systems, while reducing mechanical drag for greater efficiency.
•In the four-link rear suspension, which utilizes a steel crossmember, the springs and shock absorbers are mounted separately.
•The electronic stability control (ESC) also includes an electronic differential lock. When driving through curves, it can brake the inside front wheel very slightly to help minimize understeer and improve traction.
The wait for the all-new entry-level A3 sedan is almost over, and now we have one more piece of info to tide us over: official pricing information. The 2015 Audi A3 sedan with 1.8 TFSI® will start at $29,900 base MSRP,* while the A3 sedan with 2.0 TFSI® will start at $32,900.*
The sedan will be the first of the new Audi A3 lineup, followed by the cabriolet, S3, and A3 TDI clean diesel later in 2014. The A3 Sportback e-tron® gasoline electric hybrid (PHEV) is slated to arrive in early 2015.
Along with the affordable price, the A3 sedan brings exciting standard features and technologies to energize the entry premium market. With standard leather and ergonomically-designed seating surfaces, the driver and passengers can enjoy luxurious access to a host of convenient features. The ultra-thin retractable MMI display, 4G LTE connectivity, and Bang & Olufsen® audio are just a sampling of the technologies included on every A3 sedan. Premium plus and prestige packages will also be available.
In addition, quattro® all-wheel drive comes standard on the A3 2.0 TFSI. Delivering more power to the wheels that need it most, quattro® is a must for performance enthusiasts looking to head off the beaten track. The standard 6-speed S tronic® transmission contributes to the luxurious ride.
Excited about the all-new 2015 Audi A3 sedan? So are we. Visit our dealership for more information, and get ready for the next chapter of Audi.
*Destination and Handling is $895.
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All Audi A3 sedans equipped with Audi connect® will receive a free six-month trial period.
“Having the choice of two data plans gives the consumer the opportunity to choose a contract that works best for their lifestyle and allows them to maintain connectivity in the vehicle for an extended period of time,” said Scott Keogh, President, Audi of America. “The new AT&T data plans with 4G LTE connectivity will allow Audi drivers to enjoy seamless navigation, streaming and high-speed access to the Internet.”
Audi and AT&T will offer two limited data plans: a 6-month plan with 5 Gigabytes of data and a 30- month plan with 30 GB. All Audi A3 sedans equipped with Audi connect® will receive a free six-month trial period. Previous experience with 3G+ Audi connect owners has shown they prefer either a 6-month or a 30-month term, which are designed to accommodate the consumer’s typical usage. The plans are based off typical usage in a vehicle. Customers can be sent e-mail alerts if they near the data plan limit.
As previously announced, this summer Audi will become the first automaker to offer a Mobile Share data plan option to AT&T wireless customers who would like to add their vehicle to their existing Mobile Share plan.
Audi plans to roll out 4G LTE capability across its entire lineup as new or refreshed models come to market. AT&T has the nation’s most reliable 4G LTE network.* AT&T was named America’s fastest 4G LTE network in PC Magazine’s 2013 Fastest Mobile Networks 30-market study, and also swept the top rankings in all six U.S. regions from coast to coast: Northeast, Southeast, North-Central, South-Central, Northwest and Southwest.
The new A3 family will feature the most advanced version of Audi connect, including picture navigation, read-aloud news headlines, Facebook and Twitter alerts, access to more than 7,000 Web radio stations, personalized RSS news feeds, and more.
An accompanying mobile app will allow advanced functionality between the MMI system and smartphones, reducing the need for Audi motorists to handle their devices when accessing some smartphone-based features.
For more information, please visitwww.audiusa.com/audiconnect.
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All A6 and S6 sport sedan models achieve the highest ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s New Car Assessment Program
The 5-star rating was awarded for frontal, side and rollover tests resulting in the 5-star overall rating. The A6 and S6 are the only German mid-sized luxury sedans to be awarded 5 stars in all categories. The NHTSA 5-star Safety Ratings System was designed to provide consumers with information about crashworthiness, crash avoidance and other areas that help improve the safety of new vehicles beyond what is required by statute.
“When Audi engineers set out to make the A6 and S6 models unsurpassed in their class
The A6 and S6 are two of Audi’s most innovative and technologically advanced models on the road, offering advanced safety systems and other technologies.
Key standard safety systems include:
The 2014 Best Cars for Families awards recognize cars, SUVs and minivans that improve family life on the road.
A variety of factors, including professional auto reviews, safety and reliability ratings and family-friendly features, were evaluated in determining the winners of each category. The award was announced on the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Cars website.
Additionally, the Audi Q5 topped a consideration list in a recent luxury survey conducted by GfK, the brand-consulting firm. For the first time, the Q5 led all its competitors in both “good opinion” and “would consider buying the vehicle” categories. The Audi Q5 beat the BMW X3, Lexus RX and Mercedes M-Class in each measure. GfK determined results by surveying American luxury consumers who were in the market for a vehicle in the segment from October through November of 2013. The survey is conducted twice a year.
The Audi Q5 was introduced to the U.S. market in early 2009, and Audi of America began to advertise it heavily as an upstart alternative to traditional offerings in its segment. American premium buyers’ interest in mid-sized SUVs began to rise strongly at about that time. Last year the Audi Q5 posted record sales for the nameplate of 40,355 units, up 41 percent from 2012.
The Audi Q5 is admired for its smooth and efficient 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine and is offered in V6 and hybrid variants, giving buyers options that suit their needs. In 2013, the Q5 received a freshened design that includes new unmistakable LED headlamp design, new front grill, bumper and new rear tail lamps and lift gate. The interior received some additional changes that gave the vehicle a richer feel by adding chrome and alu-optic finishes on the window and MMI controls respectively. The Q5 features an award-winning 3.0T Supercharged engine that delivers 272 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque, or the fuel efficient and powerful 2.0T engine available as the entry to the Q5 model line. The Q5 combines the sports appeal of a sedan with high variability of its interior space and many practical solutions for recreation and everyday driving.
New for 2014, the highly-anticipated and fuel-efficient Q5 TDI® clean diesel model achieves an EPA estimated 24 city/ 31 highway/ 27 combined MPG. At the same time, the Q5 TDI model– powered by the 3.0 TDI Turbocharged clean diesel V6 engine – generates an impressive 240 horsepower and 428 lb-ft of torque. The Q5 TDI offers superior handling as well as the utility and practical solutions for recreation and everyday driving. Also new for 2014, the Q5 3.0T and TDI models offer an S line® plus package, which includes 20-inch 5-segment-spoke wheels in Titanium finish, summer performance tires, matte black roof rails, high-gloss Black exterior trim, and more.
For more information on the 2014 Audi Q5, please visithttp://www.audiusa.com/models/audi-q5.
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Athletic and sporty with a compact format.
The front end of the new Audi TT has dominant horizontals. The Singleframe grille is broad and flat. Two contours form a V-pattern over the engine hood. The position of the four rings is also new: They now sit centrally on the hood, echoing the R8.
Struts divide up the large air inlets. The headlights repeat this motif – they are structured with divider struts acting as reflectors for the daytime running light. Audi can supply the headlights as an option with LED technology or its pioneering Matrix LED technology, where controllable individual light-emitting diodes generate the main beam.
Many details of the new Coupé’s profile are reminiscent of the first generation’s classic design. The sill contour forms a powerful light edge and the wide wheel arches constitute distinct geometrical entities. At the front, the wheel arch intersects the hood join, which continues over the door as the tornado line and extends all the way to the rear. The flat greenhouse looks like an entity in its own right. The shape of the C-post, with a slight kink, gives the TT a powerful, athletic look and enhances the impression of tension.
At the rear, too, horizontal lines reinforce the wide, sporty impression. The struts in the rear lights pick up on the headlights’ motif. They remain permanently on – another Audi innovation. The third brake light with a flat strip shape links the two units on either side. All engine versions have two large, round exhaust tailpipes in the diffuser. Like all Audi S models, the TTS features four tailpipes.
Inside, too, the styling is so light it almost seems to float, evoking the clean sports car character of the new Audi TT. The center console and door trims have flowing, matching shapes. Seen from above, the dashboard resembles the wing of an aircraft. The round air vents, a classic TT feature, evoke the engines and incorporate the air conditioning controls. This solution – and the elimination of the central MMI monitor, now replaced by the Audi virtual cockpit – pave the way for the dashboard’s remarkably slim architecture.
The third generation of the Audi TT, the design icon, has been systematically refined in every department, both inside and out – resulting in a pedigree sports car. It is particularly notable for its sharper lines, which have been defined very dynamically and precisely. Throughout the entire car, the interplay of surfaces creates incredible tension.
Service technicians are often asked why customers should keep maintenance records of their vehicles and what benefit it will bring. It might be best to keep a spreadsheet of what services have been done, by whom, when, and for how much. However, if you consider this process too laborious, we recommend that you at least keep your invoices and notes from your service technician in a file either at home or in your glove box. Here’s why.
· Maintaining resale value. Nothing impresses prospective buyers more than seeing that your car has been thoroughly, consistently, and professionally maintained. And nothing proves this more than ongoing and organized maintenance records.
· Ensuring parts and fluid compatibility. While it is somewhat unusual, occasionally someone will make a simple change, such as switching conventional brake fluid to silicone-based brake fluid, and the two products are not compatible. A savvy technician who reviews the records will know not to top up your vehicle with an incompatible fluid.
· Preventing redundant maintenance spending. If you are aware of when your timing belt was last changed, when your differential fluids and hydraulics have been updated, you won’t be tempted to replace those components or fluids that have plenty of service life left in them.
· Avoiding overlooking important maintenance items. Benjamin Franklin was right when he said that an ounce of prevention really is worth a pound of cure. Overlooking fluid changes, timing-belt replacement, and critical component inspection can wind up costing you far more than having these items routinely maintained. Many systems don’t require maintenance often, making it all the more important to keep a record of what’s been done when and to set reminders to make sure they’re done on time in the future. This will help you avoid costly consequences down the road.
· Maintaining new or used car warranties. In order to maintain coverage you must uphold your end of the bargain by following guidelines for maintenance and providing proof that these services have been performed. Don’t invalidate your own warranty by failing to meet these critical maintenance requirements or not being able to prove they have been completed.
· Maintaining your own safety. Many of us are guilty of it. We pay our service or repair bills, stuff our invoices in the glove box (or hopefully you will at least once you’ve read this!) without looking at them. Reading through may illuminate that your brakes are nearing the end of their service life or other components or fluids are critically worn. Being aware of this will help keep you safe.
· Ensuring continuity of service. If for some reason you change service centers or mechanics, having a record of what’s been done will aid your new mechanic in keeping your vehicle in tip-top form, without having to do a lot of time-consuming (and therefore costly) investigative work. The practice of keeping historical evidence of your service will also eliminate the need for guesswork.
We hope at the minimum you will keep your receipts and invoices organized, so when called upon, you or your mechanic can review the history of your vehicle in detail. Also, check your owners’ manual – often vehicles have a section allowing technicians to fill in and validate that maintenance items have been done and when. We recommend, if possible, maintaining that record as well as keeping your receipts and invoices. Keeping your records organized will save you time, irritation, and money.
When it comes to your car's interior upholstery, there are two main options to choose from. Most commonly, drivers opt for fabric or cloth upholstery, which is normally fitted as standard, but leather upholstery is also a popular choice. If you are in the market for a new car (or even if you are looking for a second-hand model), you may already have a preference between the two. If not, here are the main pros and cons of leather seats.
- Leather seats provide a more luxurious feel to your car's interior. Good leather seats smell great when you first open the car doors, and feel much more substantial when you sit down inside the car. Many drivers love the look and feel of leather seats, which can add a genuinely executive feel to pretty much any car.
- A leather surface can also be easier to clean. Leather is more resistant to simple liquid spills, and in many cases, you can quickly wipe off spillages of harder substances such as varnish or paint if you are very quick. With upholstery seats, staining can take place almost immediately, and once stained, upholstery seats can be very difficult to get clean again.
- Heated and/or cooled seats are more often associated with leather upholstery. While these luxuries can also be fitted in cars with cloth seats, leather seats can cope with heating and cooling systems far better.
- Upholstery seats generally wear more quickly than their leather counterparts. The fabrics used for car seat covers are intended to be hard-wearing, but they are unable to withstand the rigors of time as much as leather seats generally are.
- Leather seats are normally more expensive than cloth ones. While they are sometimes offered as standard in special editions, you will usually have to pay extra to have your car upgraded to leather seats, which can add a sizeable margin to the price tag. This may help the resale value of your car, but sometimes will be disregarded by dealers or buyers.
- The quality of leather seats can vary considerably, and you cannot assume that all leather seats are of the same standard. In some cases, especially cheaper models, leather seats may be offered, but the quality of leather may mean that they last no longer than cloth seats. Worse still, there are lots of imitation leather seats on the market, which are normally of very poor quality indeed.
- Leather requires more maintenance than a cloth cover. Leather can wear and crack if not cared for properly, and if you make no effort to look after it, leather will not last any longer than other types of upholstery. You have to be prepared to put in the effort to get the mileage from leather seats.
Grab your reusable grocery bags, small wheely cart, and a wad of cash with plenty of small bills. It’s time to go to the farmers’ market! There’s nothing quite like fresh, local produce. Every season has its own flavor. Going to your local farmers’ market is a great way to make the most of seasonal ingredients, buy organic and help out the little guy in the process.
Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your marketing.
- Get there early and have a plan, but be open to new ideas.
- Make a loop to get a lay of the land.
- Talk to the farmers. They know their stuff and are usually more than happy to give you tips on how best to prepare the food.
- Availability of some items will vary from region to region. To learn what’s in season in your region, take a trip to Field to Plate and click on your state for more information.
Not sure where to go? To find a farmers’ market in your area, check out Local Harvest.
Ah, the joys of Spring! The flowers are blooming, the birds are singing and the Yankees are headed to Florida. And, it’s a great time to head out to your local farmer’s market and start enjoying some of nature’s abundance. Here are just a few of the fruits and vegetables that spring has to offer.
Arugula - Spring is about greens. Arugula is just one of the many delicious greens available. Baby forms of greens have wonderfully tender leaves which are great for salads.
Apricots - Look for these in late spring and early summer. If you’ve never tried it, apricot cobbler is a great spring/summer desert.
Artichokes - Tastiest. Thistle. Ever. Don’t let it intimidate you. Get some kitchen sheers and show it who’s boss. Pluck off some of the straggler leaves and steam or braise for a tasty side dish.
Asparagus - Grill it, roast it, steam it. Serve it with a drizzle of olive oil or a little lemon butter. Get creative and chop some up and toss into an omelets.
Baby carrots - They might be immature, but they sure are adorable and good for you too. These are not the whittled down big carrots you buy at the grocery store; these are the real baby deal. Eat them raw or cook them and add a little dill butter.
Green garlic - They look a bit like leeks, but don’t let that fool you, this is genuine, fresh, hasn’t had a chance to dry yet garlic. They’re versatile and can add flavor to oodles of dishes. Make a pesto or a soup or plop in whole with your roast.
Fava beans - This buttery, nutty and sometimes bitter bean comes in a big alien head pod. They’re great in salad or pureed with cream and butter. Oh, and don’t forget a nice Chianti!
Fiddlehead ferns - This crazy little veggie is only available for a few weeks in spring, so be on the lookout. They’re the unfurled fronds of a small fern and look like something out of a James Cameron movie. They taste a bit like asparagus. Try them gently sautéed with garlic and butter.
Mint - Mint starts appearing in the spring and is usually available up until fall. How does some tender lamb with a nice mint chutney sound? If you’re not sure about minty food, you can always mix yourself up a Mint Julep and retire to the veranda. Oh, Magnolia!
Morels - This mushroom has built up a virtual cult following. And, if the idea of eating a little fungus among us doesn’t bother you, you’ll soon see why. Try them in a cream sauce with some Madeira, shallots and garlic.
Peas - Whether they’re snow, garden or snap peas, spring is a great time for peas. Sides, salads and soups. Peas do it all with a smile.
Strawberries - They’re beautiful, sweet and chock full of vitamin C. Put them on some ice cream, make some strawberry shortcake or just eat them by their little old selves.
Spring onions - These little guys are like the scallions’ big brother. They’re great in soups and salads or just grilled.
Meal Suggestion: Try a fiddlehead and morel salad on a bed of baby greens with a little Gouda cheese. Follow with roasted chicken flavored with spring onions and sides of snow peas and grilled asparagus. Top it off with an apricot cobbler and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Every serious biker knows about helmets and hand signals, but there are other safety tips to help you reach your destination rather than ending up in the emergency room. Following are some of the rules for how to stay safe biking on busy roads.
Stay away from busy streets
While you may be accustomed to using the most direct route from points A to B when you drive your car, that same route may not be the safest choice as a cyclist. Even if it takes longer, less traveled side streets where cars are forced to drive slower are a wiser choice.
Resist the “stubborn biker” mentality that believes, “Hey, I have a right to ride on this busy road, too!” While you may be right, it will be a moot point if you end up in the hospital. An important part of biking is figuring out safe routes through neighborhoods and finding roads with fewer traffic signals, fewer cars, and fewer risks.
Don’t skimp on bike lights
Too many bikers take to the roads without lights. New LED lights last ten times longer than older battery styles. A white LED light on the front, and a red blinker-style on the back will help cars easily identify your bike. Remember that bike lights aren’t just important for riding at night, but also for low light times in the morning, evening, and when riding in the rain or on cloudy days. Your safety is worth springing for one of the pricier models that offer the best lighting at night.
Maybe reflectors don’t look especially cool during the day, but putting some reflective tape on your bike, on your pack, and on your helmet, dramatically increases drivers’ ability to see you at night.
Go with traffic and follow the rules
Years ago, bike riders were told to ride against traffic because then they could see other vehicles coming in their direction. Unfortunately, this strategy did not result in fewer biking accidents, because motorists and bikers alike became confused. Remember, your bike is a vehicle too, and you must follow the same driving safety rules as when you drive a car.
Your risk of being hit is lowered if cars on the road know what to expect from you. On the other hand, cyclists who break the rules by hopping curbs and weaving in and out of lanes increase their chances of being injured in an accident.
Secure a proper helmet fit
It’s true that wearing a helmet won’t help you prevent an accident, but if you are involved in one, you’ll be glad you wore yours. But it’s not enough to simply wear a helmet; for maximum protection, you need to wear one that fits. Improperly fitted helmets tend to slip around or are pushed back off the forehead, exposing a very vulnerable part of the head. For the best coverage, the front edge of your helmet should sit right above your eyebrows.
By paying attention and using proper equipment, you can help your safety on the road. While there are never any guarantees that you won’t have an accident when riding your bike, at least you will have followed the rules and won’t have any regrets.
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