38 lacs for a 1.2L is an atrocity in my mind, I just cant justify the price. It is supremely unfair because you can get a 2.0 Quattro for about 38 lac(PKR) just across the border and pretty much anywhere in the world where we don't have monkeys drafting our automotive policy.
But considering our market, you are absolutely right about Audi having made a smart move to bring in A3. Its priced just within that range where you might stand a chance of presenting it to your wife and still live to talk about it. Keyword "might".
There is no 1.8tfsi in A6 just the 3.0 and same with the A4 its a 2.0 engine (Canadian Market). If they have put a 1.8tfsi in A6 in Pakistan, whoever did this was on some special stuff.
Also there is no 1.2tfsi here in Canada brother, you get either the 1.8 or 2.0 Quattro, here you can say that a 2.0 Quattro gives you roughly the same performance as an A4 but its priced pretty close to A4 so you might as well go for that. I am going to be upgrading my ride this year and have been test driving these quite often. The A3 feels sluggish taking off but it does catch up (talking about 1.8tfsi) I heard from a friend that the 2.0 Quattro makes quite a difference in its pick up speed haven't had a chance to drive it yet though.
Again its a matter of perspective and other vehicles you are comparing it against and I guess in this case the market you are looking at as well.