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Rs. 30.00 - 32.20 Lakh
Discontinued Model since 9 Apr 2020

About Audi Q3

For the young, enthusiastic, and affluent customers, Audi Q3 is a perfect choice priced in the range of Rs 33.4-41.54 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This young SUV comes with stylish exteriors highlighted by sleek headlamps and tight body shell. The overall design is very fluid and we especially like the way roof dropdowns to the rear. Inside the cabin, the Audi Q3 is capable of seating 5 persons in comfort and comes with feature like cruise control, rear parking sensors in addition to featuring 460 litres of boot space. The Q3 is powered by a 150PS 2.0-liter diesel engine and a 150PS 1.4-liter petrol motor mated to 7-speed and 6-speed automatic transmission respectively. The prospective buyers can also opt for the all-wheel-drive model table in the diesel guise. In the Indian market, Audi Q3 is competing against the rivals like BMW X1 and Mercedes GLA class among others.

Audi Q3 Overview

Audi has added a ‘Design Edition’ to the Q3’s variant list. The new variant is based on the Premium Plus variant and costs Rs 1.08 lakh more. Added features include Nappa leather upholstery, clear-lens tail lamps, some decals and LED puddle lamps. Notably, the Design Edition is available with the 35 TDI engine only. The 2.0-litre diesel engine makes 184PS of power and 380Nm of torque and is paired with a 7-speed automatic transmission. We’d recommend skipping the Design Edition and picking the Technology variant instead. That’s because basic features such as a reverse parking camera, a coloured MID (multi-information display) and in-built navigation are missing.

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Q3

Q. Which is better among BMW X1, Audi Q2 and Q3?
  • BMW’s X1 might not have changed enough on the outside for you to distinguish it from the outgoing model in one glance, but the changes lie where they matter. Under its skin. The refinement of the engine and ride quality mean the X1 will not only please you, but also others around you who wouldn’t mind spending time in that cabin. Yes, BMW had the chance to give you more bragging rights with this facelift by making the feature list meatier. But instead, they chose to focus on making the X1 a better package for the family as well, without corroding its core fun-to-drive nature. Overall, the X1 is the enthusiast’s pick in the segment, but now your family will also be enthusiastic to be driven around in it. On the other hand Audi Q2 has just launched and it would be too early to give any verdict before a proper road test. If we talk about Audi Q3, it hasn't been launched in the market yet. You may compare both cars accordingly. Do take a test drive for available cars in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
Q. When 2020 new Audi Q3 will launch in India?
  • 2020 Audi Q3 was expected to launch in March this year, however, the pandemic had its own planning and due to that launch got delayed. For now, there is no official update available from the brand side regarding the launch date. The car is most likely to launch in October mid this year. Stay tuned for further updates.
Q. Is it worth that one spends all the money on Q3 5 years down the line?
  • No sir..its not practical..buying is easymaintaining is difficult nowadays..please ensure 40percent of income goes on savings ..rest for a good living ..if you still has excess near 10 percent or maximum 20 percent!! but it and enjoy....good luck sir.
  • If it's all your money, the answer would be a big no! These cars are overpriced by atleast 10 lakhs! Compare with car prices in US! Here the cars are taxed disproportionately!
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Q. Which is better between BMW X1 and Audi Q3?
  • X1 is better but has high maintenance cost than Q3. Although, X1 needs low maintenance.
Q. What is the service cost of Audi Q3 - X5?
  • 30 to 50k...... annually.
  • 25k to 30 k per service
Q. Better car between Audi Q3 and BMW X1 with least maintainance cost?
  • Both are at par with eachother! Engine and gearbox of Q3 is better, whereas the interiors and boot of X1 is marginally better, I feel. Steering too is a lot lighter in Q3!.
  • Its definitely Audi q3
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    Awesome car . Very practical. Good performance. Comfortable and you can drive it anywhere. Any kind of roads . Without tension. Drives like butter .....!!

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    Its an awesome SUV, with a great S-tronic gearbox, great ride height, good cornering, great looks, extremely light steering which is very useful in city driving conditions! Boot though is just adequate. Has a great suspension.

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