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4.5The on-road fuel cost of this vehicle is estimated at $1,990 / year based on driving 14,000 km per year. Cost assumes petrol price of $2.00 per litre. The fuel economy rating is based on data submitted by the vehicle manufacturer and/or importer. The information is obtained when a new vehicle is tested in accordance with international test standards in a laboratory. Actual fuel economy depends on several factors including driving style, vehicle load, age, maintenance history and tyre pressure.
Disclaimer: As this vehicle is not currently in New Zealand the Fuel Saver Information showing has been matched as closely as possible given the information available. Your actual cost per year and fuel consumption will vary from that shown, depending on factors such as vehicle condition and any vehicle modifications, driving style, traffic conditions, distance travelled and fuel price variations. You should not expect to meet exactly what this information says. Visit the EECA website to find out more about this information and fuel saver labels.
This AUDI A1 has been awarded a 4-star overall safety rating in the latest Used Car Safety Rating (UCSR) report. UCSR are reported annually by the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC). Ratings are estimated from data on real crashes reported to police in Australia and New Zealand and provide a very high level of confidence. The UCSR report rates vehicles for their ability to prevent serious injury to people on our roads. Ratings are used as a comparison to other vehicles on the road in terms of overall safety, driver safety and other road user safety. New Zealand uses overall safety as the primary rating measure, as this is the best measure of how likely a vehicle is to protect everyone on the road in a crash.