What is Audi A3 CoD?

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What is Audi A3 CoD?

Gamers will delight in the “Call of Duty” reference, but the name actually stands for “Cylinder on Demand”. It means the 1.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine can drop to two cylinders when cruising to save fuel.

Is Audi CoD good?

The Audi A3 Saloon 1.4 TFSI CoD has an official combined economy figure of 60.1mpg, with emissions of 109g/km CO2. Overall, after a week of driving the car, much of that time around the somewhat hilly Lake District, we averaged 48.2mpg, which is excellent.

What does CoD S line mean?

cylinder on demand
The term CoD associated this engine stands for “cylinder on demand”. It means that two of the engine’s four cylinders shut down when only a small amount of power is required, such as in slow traffic or even when maintaining cruising speed.

Where to test the Audi A3 1.4 TFSI?

Out on the open, twisting, quite deserted moorland roads around Rishworth and Saddleworth, the A3 1.4 dished up fun by the bucket load, its agile ride, punchy acceleration and sharp handling really making it a car that eggs you on to push it harder.

What kind of engine does Audi A3 have?

Audi’s TFSI petrol engines have been around for some years now, but the cylinder on demand thing has only recently begun to make its way down the pecking order to the smaller models, having earlier appeared in RS6s and S7s, for example, in which the V8 engines run on 4 cylinders when they’re able to.

Which is better Audi A3 or Haddock s-line?

The Audi A3 1.4 TFSI CoD S-Line, significantly better than haddock. No, but seriously, this smooth operator of a premium hatchback combines an economical, punchy engine and a remarkably composed ride with a superbly appointed interior, plenty of gadgets and attractive styling.

What’s the price of an Audi A3?

I better mention that it was also voted World Car of the Year for 2014, no less. I duly got stuck in to see how it stands up to its £30,440 price tag as a technologically advanced, premium hatchback of choice.

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