Premium feel! Cheap on fuel! Pocket rocket!
The car is very comfy i bought the car for my wife and she uses it daily basis with her business (Btw im 6 foot 6 and fit comfortably in it, have done road trips in it with my back not hurting). We used to own a toyota yaris and that thing was bullet proof it was good one fuel, we had to fill it up every now and then .But the audi is refinded to cater for fuel consumption we fill it up every 2 weeks. Everything is good on the vehicle but some points i must point out.
-low revs can feel sluggish on gear change
-the auto engine shut off shoul...
- Q3 8U TFSI Sport (2015-2020)
- Verified purchase
Sluggish Performance. Hopeless MMI system. Too many gimmicky controls
Just purchased 2018 Q3 2.0 TFSI quattro sport.
Disappointing drive experience (drives like a diesel van at low speeds and a small car being thrashed when you want to go faster) - and you have to put expensive premium fuel in it for this lacklustre performance.
I struggle with the antiquated MMI technology and its clumsy controls. Amazing that Audi doesn’t use touch-screen technology like its Japanese competitors. Perhaps a marketing strategy to direct purchasers to the higher end Q5 and Q7 models?
Voice activated SatNav disappointing...
Absolutely the best car I have every owned!
Yes it was expensive but it was worth every penny ALMOST! It has pretty much all the bells and whistles including a great sound system, sunroof, heated front seats, lane assist and beautiful Alcantara leather seats. For the 2018 model, the only thing I am not 100% happy with is the screen is a bit thick, the newer models have a more streamlined screen and for a 2018 model, it would have been very easy for Audi to upgrade it. Also, the side windows do not fold in and there is no front collision technology. While I got 3 out of the 4 package ...upgrades, these extra features get very expensive and compared to the new cars that are not considered luxury brands they come with more features for a lot less money. Something for Audi to consider in the future especially if it wants to keep customers! I will have to wait and see what the resell value is in a few years time when it is time to upgrade. I kind of worry that the lack of these features won't make the car very competitive when it is time to resell and upgrade.
Totally love it, everything you could think of
Picked up my q3 the other day, and absolutely thrilled with it. The technology behind the MMI system, the comfort and spaciousness of the inside and to top it off, the hot looks make it a complete package. It is an absolute dream to drive, quiet, smooth, no rolling, it is brilliant. I have the 155kw TFSI and has some get up and goto get you out of tight spots and quick lane changes. My dad actually has the Q5 and wished he bought the q3 for that little bit smaller and zipper type car. All in all, it has style, class, elegance, sophistication and with those sexy LED daytime headlights, who wouldn't turn a head to look at it!
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