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Why do the Audi A3's and Golf's tax differ?

Why is the tax between an Audi and Golf such a difference for a 1.6 engine? Seems odd!

Filed under taxation - Asked by Colin Morrissey (Lucan) - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 21:45

Neil Briscoe Answered by: - -


Hi Colin,

It depends which models you mean. I presume you’re looking at an Audi A3 and a Volkswagen Golf, which share a 1.6-litre diesel engine. On the base model of both automobiles, the quoted CO2 figure is exactly the same – 99g/km. It could be that you’re looking at an A3 Saloon, which,  with the optional 18-inch alloy wheels, has a CO2 figure of 109g/km, or possibly even the A3 Saloon quattro 1.6 TDI on 18s, which has a whopping (in comparison) figure of 130g/km. Extra equipment (or indeed a complete four-wheel drive system) and bigger wheels all have an effect on consumption and therefore emissions, you see...

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