Audi Oman’s latest prodigy – the powerful and stylish S3 sedan is here, and available at the Wattayah Motors showroom in Azaiba.
The new S3 Sedan expands upon the already sporty character of the A3 sedan, adding specific features that underscore the high-performance characteristics for which the Audi S model range is known.
With a starting price of just RO15,500, the S3 is equipped with features such as MMI navigation plus, a panoramic sunroof, parking aid front and rear with rear view camera, 3-spoke multifunction steering wheel, a Bang & Olufsen sound system and a comfort key.
A top-of-the-line version of the A3 – the S3 Sedan, with its 2.0 TFSI engine, produces 286hp and 380nm of torque. The sprint from zero to 100 km/h takes just five seconds with the six speed S- tronic transmission engine. Speed is electronically capped at 250km/h. Its four cylinder turbocharged engine averages 6.9l of fuel per 100km.
Ahmed Shariefi, general manager of Wattayah Motors said, “The S3 is your quintessential premium compact sedan, thanks to its taut dimensions, sporty dynamics and attractive pricing. With Audi’s renowned engineering, performance expertise, and style we are confident the S3 Sedan will be a tremendous appeal to the market.”
The S3 also boasts a singleframe grille with aluminium-look, double horizontal bars and a chrome frame outline. Aluminium-look double ribs and honeycomb inserts fill the air inlets in the bumper and optional LED headlights add to an unmistakable look. The S3 also comes with sports suspension and unique S3 specific 18-inch alloy wheels. Inside, the S3 adds further sporting characteristics such as S model instrument dials that are in a dark gray metallic finish with the numbers and needles in white. The tachometer features a three-dimensional S3 logo and boost pressure indicator. A leather-covered, multi-function sports steering wheel with the rim flattened at the bottom, S3 badging and shift paddles with aluminium details are also standard features on this new performance car from Audi.
SOURCE: Muscat Daily