China-made Audi A3 Limousine launched on the Chinese car market

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The Audi A3 Limousine has been launched on the Chinese car market. ‘Limousine’ is the Chinese name for the Audi A3 sedan, just marketing fuzzy-wuzzy, as it has exactly the same size as the European A3 sedan. Price starts at 205.900 yuan and ends at 296.700 yuan.

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The Audi A3 Limousine is manufactured in China by the FAW-Volkswagen joint venture, in a new factory in Guangzhou City, rolling off the line alongside the Audi A3 Sportback. The A3 is available with two four-cylinder petrol engines: a 150hp 1.4 TFSI and a 180hp 1.8 TFSI, both mated to a 7-speed DCT. Audi is using a completely different engine type naming-system in China, the 1.4 is called ’35 TFSI’ and the 1.8 is called ’40 TFSI’.

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A gray 35 TFSI seen at an Audi dealer.


A 40 TFSI on stage, looking so much better in red.

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  1. I want to clear something up.
    “Limousine” is the German word for “sedan”, so it´s not a new and confusing name change, because in Germany, this car is also called “A3 Limousine”.

    • Thanks. But in China the word ‘limousine’ is usually associated with its English meaning; a stretched vehicle. So that is why it is confusing here.

  2. Great Job you all are doing taking over from ASH!!!! Please consider when stating a Price in Chinese Also put a $ Amount equivelant would be so helpful !!! Thanks for all you do !!! Bill in Panama


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