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Old Tue, Jun-04-2019, 03:16:51 PM   #231
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Default Re: Audi RS3 sedan Road Test

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Yeah I'm sure it's easier to own an auto/dct when you have the m3 for weekends. I will say I had zero interest in the driving aids when leasing my Golf R (but it was on the lot) and having auto speed-assisted cruise/braking and lane assist made long commutes/drives to visit parents painless. I could drive 3 hours barely touching the pedals.
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