The Q3 looks like a rather compelling proposition. It’s immensely practical, features a high-tech interior and is decent to drive. However, with the predicted best selling engine feeling a little rough around the edges, the diesel engine currently hamstrung by a vague manual gearbox and a ride that can't quite match the Volvo XC40, the Q3 isn't quite a class leader. Yet.read the full model review
Trim:S Line Edition
This brings some attractive, additional styling details such as S line body trim and chrome exhaust finishers. However, apart from leather sports seats, its other features, 18in alloys and xenon headlights, are more 'wants' than 'needs'. If you're buying an S line avoid the no-cost option of sports suspension – regular Dynamic suspension is more comfortable.
Engine:2.0 TDI Quattro
The pick of the engine range, this smooth diesel is easily strong enough to cope with a full quota of passengers, pulling from low revs over a wide band, while remaining relatively frugal. It’s available in front-wheel drive, manual form but the seven-speed S tronic automatic is only offered in combination with four-wheel drive.