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.
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46% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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.
My experience with q3 was is really good, the car is worth of its cost and l like it
Excellent carGood performance Very comfortable driving.
Single Owner car , good condition and well maintened
Worst improper dealer, abnormal maintenance cost
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Three years after the original Audi Q3 made a splash in India, we drive a new refreshed and updated version. Will this new Q3 make waves like its predecessor did? Read on to find out more...