Audi RS 3 Sportback Lease

An Audi RS 3 Sportback car lease is the ultimate choice for those wanting a sleek design and the kind of power that used to be reserved for competitive racing cars. Audi car leasing has always been popular for its style and power, but the RS 3 manages to take this to a whole new level from the standard Audi A3 design.

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Audi RS 3 Sportback Audi Sport Edition

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RS 3 TFSI 400 Quattro Audi Sport Ed 5dr S Tronic
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£3,227.58
From £537.93

Audi RS 3 Sportback

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Fuel
Economy
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0-62
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RS 3 TFSI 400 Quattro 5dr S Tronic
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29.7
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194
4.1
£3,258.12
From £543.02

Leasing an Audi RS 3 Sportback

Background to the Audi RS 3 Sportback

Audi RS models came onto the market in 1990, although the R was added sometime later. It is essentially a badge that screams high-end performance, and in the case of the Audi RS 3 Sportback, it can be said to be the best of its class. The new car has five doors and 315-litres of boot space, giving it a degree of practicality. It is available in two trims; the standard RS 3 and the Sport Edition, both have Quattro four-wheel drive.

Audi RS 3 Sportback Engines and Performance

There’s just one fuel type and one engine. Just like the RS 3 Saloon, both models have the 2.5-litre petrol TFSI unit producing 400 PS, and it is mated to a 7-speed S tronic automatic gearbox. The RS 3 Sportback will return around 30mpg and goes from 0-62mph in 4.1 seconds. 

Audi RS 3 Sportback Trim Levels

Carbon inlays, a sunroof and black stylings are upgrades that come with the RS 3 Sportback Sport Edition, but these can be added individually for the standard model. Depending on the Sportback you choose, other equipment includes child seating, exterior racks, driving modes along with Comfort and Sound Packs, exterior aluminium stylings and the RS Sport Exhaust System.

Audi RS 3 Sportback Safety and Infotainment Features

The virtual cockpit allows access to many of the car’s features, including the stereo system. Through this, you can connect a smartphone for voice control. The MMI navigation system is also displayed here. Technology plays a major part in the car’s safety options, including speed limiting cruise control, Parking System Plus with cameras and 360-degree sensors and automatic headlights. 

Audi RS 3 Sportback Servicing and Warranty

Audi offers a three-year warranty as standard, which includes a 60,000-mile limit. This can be extended for up to five years and 90,000 miles. Audi recommends servicing takes place every year to maximise the car’s performance.

Related Models from other Manufacturers

If you want to look at similar models from rival manufacturers, then our BMW M2 lease deals and our Mercedes A Class Hatchback lease deals are worth considering.


Finding an Audi RS 3 Sportback Lease Deal with LeaseFetcher

The LeaseFetcher website allows you to view deals side-by-side according to our in-depth filtering system. These may include your mileage, initial payment, business or personal leases and performance specs. You can even switch manufacturers to see what they have to offer, including Volkswagen and Jaguar. All leasing deals shown are from BVRLA car lease brokers in England, Wales and across the UK.


Frequently Asked Questions

How Much is it to Lease an Audi RS 3 Sportback?

An Audi RS3 lease deal will be made up of many features, which allows you to avoid paying for aspects of the contract hire that you do not need. This could include mileage limits, trim levels, business or personal contract hire and the basic aspects of the model in question. Road tax is included and you need to be aware of excess mileage charges.

Is it Better Buy or Lease an Audi RS 3?

The RS3 Sportback is a high-end model, and these do not come cheaply. Car leasing can be an affordable way of driving one and means you do not need to worry about the car’s depreciation after it leaves the showroom. With contract hire, you can also upgrade to the latest models once the lease ends. You can organise a callback from a broker’s registered office, usually Mon-Fri, to discuss your leasing needs.