Is Audi Q3s Unmatched in Luxurious Style and Performance?

The Audi Q3 is all about that extra bit of refinement, comfort, and, most importantly, badge value. It is nicely constructed from the inside out, provides enough space for the family, and is both incredibly comfortable and incredibly quick. Recall that you are purchasing this SUV out of desire rather than necessity. With this generation, Audi isn't breaking any new ground, but it is unquestionably much more appealing.
It still has the appearance of a big hatchback on stilts, despite being larger than the previous version. The Audi logo is centred in the single-frame grille up front, and the running lights on these arrow-shaped LED headlamps have a complex three-slash pattern. Audi refers to the area surrounding the grille and this lower section as its high-gloss styling package. These 18-inch alloy wheels with five spokes, or as Audi refers to them, five-arm style, are part of the side styling elements. As you pass the rear doors, the strong shoulder line widens and culminates in this line above the wrap-around tail lamps.

The Q3 interiors have a simple design, excellent ergonomics, and abundant quality. Rich-feeling soft-touch components are added to the dashboard and door pads. One of the main reasons the Q3 will be high on your list of considerations is because of this feature. The top-spec model's configurable ambient lighting significantly improves the experience after dusk. A lovely touch is the dashboard's quattro badge, which also illuminates. The base-model premium plus model comes with a white ambient light.
Engine and Gearbox
The Audi Q3 has a 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol-automatic powertrain, which produces 187 horsepower and 320 Nm, is incredibly well-tuned, and is mated to a seven-speed automatic transmission. For added grip, Audi's renowned Quattro all-wheel drive system is also included. The Q3 is equipped with a smooth and well-refined engine and gearbox that are suitable for both city and highway driving.
The Q3 has three drive modes: the Eco mode maximises efficiency, while the Dynamic mode unleashes the full power of the engine. But in the majority of situations, the Q3 works best in comfort mode. The Q3's drive modes modify the steering and engine response but not the suspension characteristics.
The Audi Q3's stated fuel efficiency is 14.93 km/l, but the actual fuel economy is 7.89 km/l in cities and 14.22 km/l on highways. Users report that in real life, the mileage is 12 km/l. Its engine is very tractable and provides good performance on the highway as well as in urban areas. It is highly sophisticated and produces a delightful sound when pressed firmly.
In terms of features, it has a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system with an Audi MMI touch OS, leather upholstery, power front seats, adjustable rear seats, ambient lighting, an Audi sound system, a wireless charger, a gesture-operated tailgate, a panoramic sunroof and a virtual cockpit with a digital instrument cluster.
The Audi Q3 is equipped with front and rear parking sensors, ABS and EBD, six airbags, and speed warnings. It has Euro NCAP crash test five-star safety rating. The test vehicle did, however, have lane keep assist, autonomous braking, and other driving assistance features, which is how the results were derived.
There are two variants available: Premium Plus and Technology. The Audi Q3 is offered in five distinct colours: orange, black, blue, white, and grey.
  • A smooth and comfortable ride. Handles broken roads with assurance.
  • When combined, a powerful 2.0-liter TSI and a 7-speed DSG can be a powerful beast.
  • Cabin that is both roomy and practical for a family of four.
  • There isn't a diesel engine available.
  • At that price, ADAS, a 360-degree camera, and ventilated front seats should have been included.
The base model of the Audi Q3 costs Rs. 42.77 lakh, while the top model costs Rs. 51.94 lakh (average price ex-showroom).

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