What are the key standard features of the Audi A1?
The A1 has three trim levels, starting with SE, which includes 15in alloys, DAB radio, Audi’s MMI infotainment system with a 6.5in screen, an aux input, an SD memory card reader, air conditioning, electric front windows and heated electric mirrors.
Sport adds 16in alloys, sports suspension, Audi’s Drive Select system that allows you to toggle the characteristics of the car, Bluetooth with voice control, USB connectivity, a second SD card reader, a multi-function steering wheel and front fog lights.
S line adds 17in alloys, S line sports suspension, half leather seats, a leather steering wheel, an interior lighting pack, xenon headlights with daytime running lights, LED taillights and various bits of sporty trim.
What are the key options?
There are plenty of options available including different alloy wheels, trim and sat nav systems but it’s best to go for one of the many packs, which bundle several options together for a fixed cost. They include a technology pack with sat nav and various infotainment features and a comfort pack with the likes of cruise control and rear parking sensors.
How spacious is the Audi A1?
The A1 Sportback is roomier than the three-door, so that’s the one to go for if space is a priority. The Sportback is 6mm taller and 6mm longer than the three-door A1. Both the three-door A1 and the five-door Sportback model have 270-litre boots that increase to 920 litres when the rear seats are folded flat.