Official price list reveals UK pricing for the Audi A1
22 March 2010

Audi’s A1 will cost from £13,145 in the UK.

The entry-level model will be the five-speed manual 1.2 TFSI model in SE trim. Also available in entry-level SE trim is the 1.6 TDI equipped with a five-speed manual gearbox that will cost from £14,180.

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The mid-range Sport trim levels cots from £14,945 for the 1.2 TFSI model and from £15,345 for the 1.4 TFSI variant equipped with a six-speed manual ‘box. A seven-speed DSG gearbox is a £1420 option with this engine. The final engine available with Sport trim is the 1.6 TDI, which will cost from £15,980.

The range-topping S Line trim is available from £16,460 for the 1.2 TFSI variant. The 1.4 TFSI is also available in this trim from £16,860; seven-speed DSG is again a £1420 option at this trim level. The 1.6 TDI costs from £17,495 in S Line trim.

Sales of the three-door Audi A1 will kick off in the UK in October and will be followed by five-door, S1 and cabriolet variants within the next two years.

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22 March 2010

Good news for the DSG haters (not me), the 1.4 tfsi with 6 speed manual gearbox.

22 March 2010

[quote beachland2] Good news for the DSG haters (not me), the 1.4 tfsi with 6 speed manual gearbox.[/quote]

Thats hardly surprising given that every car with the 125PS 1.4 gets a 6-speed manual. Its only the twincharged 180PS 1.4 (not available in the A1 yet) that seems restricted to DSG.

22 March 2010

oh right, will have to wait and see on that one then. Will audi be different i wonder.

22 March 2010

I'd be interested in a 1.4 tsi SE, if they do one. It should come in at £13545 according to this price list. I just hope that it has a decent ride quality, as i fear the Sport and S-line will be rather hard on the road.

22 March 2010

I have noticed the harder ride on a lot of these VAG models. Even though they have some stiffer suspension i'm sure a lot of it could be made better by swapping the oversized alloy wheels they come with for some 14" or 15" ones with deeper cusion of air and high quality rubber...

22 March 2010

"according to a leaked price list" They have been on Audi.co.uk since Saturday http://www.audi.co.uk/new-cars/a1/a1/pricing.html Hardly "leaked"

22 March 2010

Hardly a leaked list - its been on the official Audi UK web site since last Friday.

Specs are out too!

22 March 2010

I'd read somewhere else that they would be using more individual names for the A1 range, rather than the boring SE, Sport, S-Line that they use in every other Audi. After all, this car is supposed to have its own identity. SE just seems a bit over-used now, same with Sport. Still, £13000 doesn't seem too bad, it includes air conditioning and alloy wheels. However, I see that those fancy LED daytime running lights are an option, and only on the top-spec S-Line model! Hmm.

"The creative adult is the child who survived."

22 March 2010

[quote Mini1]However, I see that those fancy LED daytime running lights are an option, and only on the top-spec S-Line model! Hmm.[/quote]

Thats one thing in its favour then!

Looks like I can't have my 1.4 SE, though, which is a shame....

22 March 2010

Thats no very bonnie!

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