4.5 million includes rear parking sensor. I wouldn't advice for Parking plus or Assist, i personally think these are not very practical in Pakistan.
It's full leather. And of very highly quality too: perfectly fitted and stitched.
My A3's mileage is 17000Km now, most of it has been Sialkot-Lahore and Sialkot-Bhurban. I love those Murree Expressway drives, Sports mode of A3 is faster on uphill drive than almost all other cars and suvs.
One year one it still feels great and the driving experience hasn't changed.
In my first year; only had two incident:
1. All audi pakistan cars come with random typres (they are of same size and specs) from diffrent brands and patterns. My A3 had pirelli cinturato p7. During one of the trips to Bhurban, One of the rear tyres received a huge tear on the side (That's a very rare anthing, as side damages aren't common).I had to replace the tyre in Murree, It wasnt available at any of the thirty tyre dealers i checked with (From karachi to Lahore). So I called Audi and they responded saying Audi dont deal in tyres however they recommended me a dealer from lahore who was in a clear mood of overcharging as he quoted me a price 15K more expensive for each tyre as compared to another dealer (I had to buy a pair atleast as no one had/wanted to sell one p7). I got a pair of new tyres delivered to Murree Daewoo however it was pain to find the right tyre at right price.
2. Couple of months ago rear door was damaged in a road incident. Although Audi repaired it like new, the door lock wont work as service team probably didn't had a proper checklist or something. Audi charge around 17K just for bumper paint, so anyone who doesn't have good insurance might find services expensive.
But these minor issues didn't effect the great experience i had. Looking forward to driving it a lot more in 2016 and 2017.