15 November 2010
90-second verdict

Audi's new A1 sees the company enter the supermini segment in style. It follows the standards of cabin quality and powertrain refinement that we've come to expect from an Audi, and although not as quirky as a Mini or a Citroen DS3, it sets a new benchmark for a premium supermini.

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4 February 2013

A small car with Audi qualities and the Audi badge can't fail. Smile All the petrol engines are good, and quality is up to the usual Audi standards. The A1 has a far bigger boot than the rival Mini. Smile

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