AUDI RS3 FOR HIRE BIRMINGHAM
PERFORMANCE. PASSION. POWER
Self Drive 25+
ABOUT YOUR AUDI S3 RENTAL BIRMINGHAM
Hire Audi RS3 for a day for any type of occasion, Our Audi RS3 has stood out from anything on the road. Our Audi RS3 has its unique colour which is Midnight Blue. Certainly it is a head turner whenever you see it on the road. We service our Audi RS3 before giving it to you on hire. This is to ensure that the car is safe for you.
Audi RS3 for rental is fully equipped with the best features possible that you can get from Audi.
AUDI RS3 RENTAL NEAR ME BIRMINGHAM
At Envy Self Drive we can deliver the car to you anywhere within the United Kingdom. Extra cost does apply when applying for delivery with your rental.
WHY RENT THE AUDI RS3 FROM US?
We regularly service the car weekly so you can get the best experience possible from the Audi RS3. The Audi RS3 is fully loaded with all features. Besides, you will have 24 hour support from our Envy Self Drive team. We are here to help with your hire vehicle.
AUDI RS3 WEEKEND RENTAL BIRMINGHAM
We offer Audi RS3 hire for the weekend as well, which is one of the features that most hiring companies do not offer. We know that the majority of special occasions are on the weekend hence why provide rental on the weekend.
OUR TAKE ON THE AUDI RS3
Let’s start with acceleration. The quoted 0-60mph is 4.2 seconds however, when we tested it, with launch control in the rain, we managed to achieve a 0-60mph time of just 4.6 seconds. That’s even quicker than what Audi quote. That’s thanks to its small 2.5-liter capacity engine producing 400 horsepower and 480 NM of torque. Most of the torque is available in the lower rpm range which means the RS3 saloon pulls in any gear and the S3 Saloon’s engine has a nice grunt at the higher end of the rpm range meaning its 155mph top speed is capable.
Let’s talk about handling capability. Simply put, the RS3 handles. Even in the rain, because of Audi’s superb Quattro all-wheel-drive system, when the front end loses grip around the corners, the car sends power to the back to push you out where most front-wheel driven cars give up.
The suspension has different settings, and in dynamic mode, the suspension stiffens up to give that extra grip. Having said that, the steering doesn’t give much feedback from the road and there’s not as much feel from it as you would get in a BMW, and putting the car into a dynamic road makes the steering a bit heavier, but still doesn’t give the feel.
The steering is precise and driving the RS3 Saloon feels very much like a go-kart in the way that, whichever way you turn the steering wheel, that’s the way the car will go.