6Audi Q3 8U TFSI
Part of Audi Q3 3.8 

Audi Q3 8U TFSI (2012-2024)

 VerifiedAlso referred to as: Audi Q3 8U TFSI 2023 and Audi Q3 8U TFSI 2025.
6Audi Q3 8U TFSI
3.7

11 reviews

PositivevsNegative
73% · 82 · 18%

Build Quality
3.7
Value for Money
3.0
Cleaning & Maintenance
2.5
Noise Level
4.7
Braking
5.0
Acceleration / Power
3.3
Gear Shifting
4.0
Suspension
4.3
Fuel Efficiency
4.0
Handling
4.3
Interior Design
4.3
Boot Size
4.0
Comfort
4.3
Features
3.7

Reviews

11 reviews
Chris D.
Chris D.Richmond-Tweed, NSW
  Q3 8U TFSI

Best car we've ever owned

We use this Q3 every day for commuting to our nearest town. It has the best fuel efficiency of all our cars to date. We service it every 15,000kms and spare parts are readily available. It has some little glitches but on the whole it is luxurious , comfortable and economical. The only thing which it lacks is android compatibility to throw the GPS to the multi-media screen (which is available in later models) Love it Show details
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Dee
DeeSydney, NSW15 posts
  Q3 8U TFSI

Comfort and luxury

I use my car for dropping kids off at school, groceries and even on annual holidays interstate. It’s comfortable and has many features including park assist and in built massage seats for the front. The only problem I have with my car is servicing, it’s very expensive compared to my previous Honda Civic. However, I will always stick to European cars from now on. Show details
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Stephane B.
Stephane B.Illawarra, NSW19 posts
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Zac
ZacMelbourne3 posts
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Perfect family car

There is a reason why this car is so popular - stylish looks, excellent handling, good fuel efficiency and a premium Audi badge at a reasonable price. Improvements from the 2014 model are to the powertrain, suspension, and most notably the updated front grille and new bi-xenon headlights with daytime LED runlamps.

Would not hesitate to reccomend this car to anyone.

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Sandra M
Sandra MSydney, NSW8 posts
  Verified Q3 8U TFSI

Great car

After months of shopping around for a family car, we decided on the Audi Q3. Back when we purchased it in 2015, it was the smallest in the SUV family although it suited us just fine when we were a family of 3. However, now with a second car seat, the middle seat of the car is unusable - I can just manage to fit a handbag in there. That said, the car handles greatly, looks sleek and stylish and has a very comfortable interior. The customer service at Audi is second to none and it is for these reasons that we’ll be upgrading to a Q5 or Q7 in the near future. The only downside to buying is that the base models are very basic and quite expensive to add extra features, and the servicing costs are quite high.

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Docdee
DocdeeAU13 posts
  Q3 8U TFSI
DanielO
DanielOGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC2 posts
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Doug14
Doug14CHATSWOOD8 posts
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Jdl2795
Jdl2795Central West, NSW5 posts
  Q3 8U TFSI

Ok pointless spare

Overpriced comfy plasticky with a pointless spare that you have to INFLATE to be able to use ???? Yes you have to inflate the spare to use. Audi needs to review there own choices either have a spare that you can use instantly or go run flat either way you not wasting peoples time to Inflate a damn tyre

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tanalasta
tanalastaWA, 600924 posts
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Damo
DamoSydney15 posts
  Q3 8U TFSI

4 and a half stars

Ride quality is good. Pick up on 1.4 litre engine is surprisingly good also. Hard to distinguish from 2 litre engine. Good drive around town. Interior is smart. Overall great to drive. At $45.5K with technic and style packs its a great deal, especially compared to X1 and Evoque. Haggle for a deal.
High driving position, compact size yet decent interior head/leg room, price compared to competition
Options can be expensive, steering light, boot size Show details

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TransmissionDual-Clutch (DCT)Dual-Clutch (DCT)
Drive TypeFront Wheel Drive (FWD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)Four Wheel Drive (4WD)
Fuel TypePetrolDieselDieselPetrol
Wheels17" Alloy18" Alloy17" Alloy18" Alloy
ANCAP Safety Rating5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars
Fuel Consumption5.9 L/100km5.4 L/100km5.1 L/100km6.7 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 64 L64 L64 L64 L
Engine4 Cylinder 1.4L4 Cylinder 2.0L4 Cylinder 2.0L4 Cylinder 2.0L
Max Power110kW @ 6000rpm135kW @ 4200rpm132kW @ 6200rpm
Max Torque250Nm @ 1500-3500rpm380Nm @ 1800-3250rpm320Nm @ 1400-3900rpm
Country of ManufactureSpainSpainSpainSpain
Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)2,000 kg2,000 kg
Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)750 kg750 kg750 kg
Manufacturer Warranty3 year(s)3 year(s)3 year(s)3 year(s)
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