What should I look for in a used Audi Q2 estate?
Being a condensed SUV, the Q2 will have been an ideal vehicle for those driving in the city. With that in mind, you’ll need to do all the usual checks for parking dents and scuffs to bumpers. You’ll also need to look for kerb damage to some of the larger alloy wheels fitted to S line and Edition #1 models.
Make sure there are no warning lights on the dashboard, particularly on diesel models equipped with a diesel particulate filter.
What are the most common problems with a used Audi Q2 estate?
The Q2 is still too new to have shown any major flaws. It’s also too new to have featured in our latest What Car? reliability survey, although Audi as a brand did well, coming 12th out of 32 brands. So, all being well, the Q2 should be quite a safe bet in terms of reliability.
If you would like to see the full reliability survey, head to the What Car? reliability survey pages for more information.