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    S-Line vs Sport

    Hi All,

    I am currently looking at getting a new A3 2.0T, and would welcome views on the relative merits of the S-Line vs Sport versions.

    On the face of it, the S-Line special edition looks a very good buy, since it would cost about 700 less than the Sport + leather + wheel upgrade.

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    If I'd had the option when I bought mine then I would have taken the option for the upgrade. Well worth it IMO.

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    me too, i had originally specced up a sport to a similar level, without 18's and decided it best to go for the S-Line which was only just released in sportback style, I guess the biggest trrade off is in ride quality, I would imagine the sport would be a little softer but i've not tried both to confirm

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    S-line is worth it for the 18inch RS alloys alone.
    The part-leather trim and other stuff is just the icing on the cake.
    '02 to '05 - Black Audi A4 1.9tdi sport
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    I'd now go with the S-Line in a manual - they didnt do it when I purchased mine which is why I have specced up my sport to be some what like an S-Line (I like to think)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mfspen
    Hi All,

    I am currently looking at getting a new A3 2.0T, and would welcome views on the relative merits of the S-Line vs Sport versions.

    On the face of it, the S-Line special edition looks a very good buy, since it would cost about 700 less than the Sport + leather + wheel upgrade.
    S-Line all the way mate, I've just bought a 2.0TFSi Quattro......



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    A3 2.0T Quattro S-Line (55) - gone
    S3 Quattro (02) - gone

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