2017 Audi A3 Sedan vs BMW 3 SeriesWith some of the sleekest and classiest on-wheels drives available today, it is important to compare those cars which have been recommended by the public on a large scale. Two of the most striking cars, which make people go ‘wow’ as soon as anyone catches of glimpse of these beasts are the Audi A3 and the BMW 3 Series!

Interior:
Adorned by extremely striking leather seats and 4-way lumbar support, the Audi A3 comes with a dual-zone climate control, a panoramic sunroof, a telescopic steering column and much more to add to the beauty of this beast.
BMW is famous for offering Sensatech upholstery in their cars, which is usually topped-off with 6-way adjustable seats and 2-manual headrests. The key-based memory settings control the weather and air settings, while the car can be operated via a start and stop push button.

Exterior:
With a 103.8-inch wheelbase, a sporty and stylish chromed Audi badge, followed by distinct body lines of this exceptionally well-managed beast, the exterior of the Audi A3 is exceptionally striking to any bystanders eye.
The BMW 3 Series features quintessential BMW two-section grille, which is basically called the Kidney Grille, and is followed by soft lines down to the sporty 17-inch alloy wheels. Moreover, this beauty comes with a 110.6 inch wheelbase, providing an exceptional drive overall.

Safety:
The Audi A3 has been equipped with anti-lock brakes with an added flavor of force distribution, electronic stability controls, the standard airbags and an anti-theft alarm – making the safety of this car a mediocre feature.
The BMW on the other hand has been prepped with adaptive brake lights, anti-lock brakes, BMW’s own adaptive safety system and for the optional safety options. The car offers sport packages and cold weather options.

The Bottom Line:
With a bunch of additional standard technology features, the Audi A3 tends to deliver more when we talk about a luxurious package and sporty attributes. However, the BMW 3 Series can certainly offer a better driving experience with standard airbags – but fewer technical aspects. Hence, the decision depends on the buyer, and whether they like a serene drive, or a well-equipped car!