New Audi Q3 Quotes


All engines in the Q3 range are strong and easy to understand: there are two 4-cylinder engines, a 2.0-litre petrol and a 2.0-litre diesel engine.

The best model is the Q3 2.0-litre TDI SE Quattro S tronic which pitches 0-62mph in 7.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 132mph. For an SUV it’s particularly powerful compared to one of its rivals, the Ford Kuga 2.0L TDCi Titanium Auto which has a top speed of 119mph and does a 0-62mph sprint in 9.8 seconds.

It has similar figures when comparing to the Range Rover Evoque Si4 2.0L Dynamic which sprints at 0-62mph in 7.7seconds and has a top speed of 135mph. The Q3’s smooth handling means that is handles well around towns and countryside alike, which will be available to test drive.

Running Costs

The 2.0-litre TDI diesel with 138bhp is easily the best with regards to running costs, as the models front-wheel-drive, it returns 54mpg and 137g/km of Co2 emissions, which is in keeping with the model’s entry level price at £25,595.

Through the S line and SE trim, the Q3’s price when compared to rivals is competitive and due to the Audi’s good residuals depreciation shouldn’t be too much of a worry.


Standard specs for the Q3 SE include 17" alloy wheels, Bluetooth interfacing, voice control system and electronic climate control. Although the tech is rather limited in the Q3 compared to other models the interior is well stocked with security and safety and has much room for luggage. The seats are cloth upholstery and the front seat has ISOFIX child seat mounting with airbag deactivation.

The S line is the superior model in terms of extras though with 18" alloys, sports suspension, further options on upholstery, cloth headlining and perforated leather on the gear knob. Please glance through the brochure for full details on specs for both models.