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Used Audi Q3 2011-present review

Used Audi Q3 2011-present
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24 Nov 2017 14:11 | Last updated: 13 Jun 2018 18:55

Which used Audi Q3 estate should I buy?

Every Audi Q3 comes with rear parking sensors, Bluetooth and a retractable 6.5in touchscreen.

SE is our favourite trim level because it comes all the items you really need without spending a fortune. Standard kit includes sports front seats with electric lumbar support, 17in alloy wheels and dual-zone climate control.

S line cars add stiffer suspension, 18in alloy wheels, and xenon headlights. It was possible to order a Q3 S line with the softer SE-spec suspension, though, so check with your dealer to find out which variant you’re looking at.

S line Plus adds bigger alloy wheels, front parking sensors to compliment the rear and sat-nav.

Our pick of the range is the 2.0-litre TDI because it has plenty of pull when the car is loaded up and it can still return high mpg fuel economy figures. It is the most popular engine option so you will have no trouble finding one.

If diesel doesn’t appeal, the 2.0-litre TFSI has been on sale the longest and is the cheapest to buy, but we would recommend spending more to get the more efficient 1.4 TFSI engine, which offers much better running costs without sacrificing too much performance over the 2.0-litre.

Our favourite Audi Q3: 2.0-litre TDI 150 SE

Used Audi Q3 2011-present

Which used Audi Q3 estate should I buy?

Every Audi Q3 comes with rear parking sensors, Bluetooth and a retractable 6.5in touchscreen.

SE is our favourite trim level because it comes all the items you really need without spending a fortune. Standard kit includes sports front seats with electric lumbar support, 17in alloy wheels and dual-zone climate control.

S line cars add stiffer suspension, 18in alloy wheels, and xenon headlights. It was possible to order a Q3 S line with the softer SE-spec suspension, though, so check with your dealer to find out which variant you’re looking at.

S line Plus adds bigger alloy wheels, front parking sensors to compliment the rear and sat-nav.

Our pick of the range is the 2.0-litre TDI because it has plenty of pull when the car is loaded up and it can still return high mpg fuel economy figures. It is the most popular engine option so you will have no trouble finding one.

If diesel doesn’t appeal, the 2.0-litre TFSI has been on sale the longest and is the cheapest to buy, but we would recommend spending more to get the more efficient 1.4 TFSI engine, which offers much better running costs without sacrificing too much performance over the 2.0-litre.

Our favourite Audi Q3: 2.0-litre TDI 150 SE

Used Audi Q3 2011-present
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