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Audi Q3

Audi Q3 (2012-2020) (page 2 of 2)

Also referred to as: Audi Q3 2019 and Audi Q3 2021. 8U, F3
4.0 from 22 reviews

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  • Build Quality
    3.0 (2)
  • Value for Money
    2.5 (2)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    2.5 (2)
  • Noise Level
    5.0 (2)
  • Acceleration / Power
    3.0 (2)
  • Handling
    4.0 (2)
  • Braking
    5.0 (2)
  • Suspension
    4.5 (2)
  • Gear Shifting
    3.5 (2)
  • Fuel Efficiency
    3.5 (2)
  • Interior Design
    4.0 (2)
  • Boot Size
    3.5 (2)
  • Features
    3.5 (2)
  • Comfort
    4.0 (2)
Damo

DamoSydney

  • 6 reviews

4 and a half stars

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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

TransmissionAutomatic
Engine Size1.4
BadgeTFSI
eilatan63

eilatan63Sydney

Totally love it, everything you could think of

published

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!

TransmissionAutomatic
Engine Size2.0
BadgeTFSI Sport
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Questions & Answers

Jake Mcgrath

Jake Mcgrathasked

If a fault is diagnosed by an ‘A grade mechanic’ prior to the end date of the warranty, is it still covered under the warranty or does the fault need to be diagnosed by an Audi dealership?

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Matjack

Matjackasked

Q3 8U (2012-2020)

Considering buying the TDI Q3. I have never bought turbo diesel before or Audi for that matter. Can people who have owned this vehicle expand my knowledge on performance and satisfaction? They look smart.

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DanielO
DanielO

Hi
The car looks very smart. I 've had the Audi Q3 now since July and despite what I wrote in my review, I have become accustomed to it. It's a nice car to sit in and drive but the turbo can be annoying. That remains an issue for me. It doesn't take off smoothly like some other cars, be it the turbo or whatever. Personally and in my ignorance, the turbo / transmission or whatever else will likely improve in design and function over the years, but it remains annoying when needing to take off quickly when in certain traffic situations. And then when it does move, it catapults foward. I've gotten used to how to accelerate to allow for this, but the moments when i need to accelerate quickly remain a problem for me.
My Audi is petrol. From what I've read, I understand that diesel is worse in city driving but I don't know.
Now that I've had the car for 6 months, I'm generally happy with it - comfortable and very nice looking, but apart from the turbo, the petrol consumption is apparently also not the most economical.
Good luck.

Legend

Legendasked

Q3 8U (2012-2020)

is it normal to have a heavy and resistant steering after the second week you pick up your car? Thanks. IT is Audi Q3 quattro TDI and consume more petrol?

3 answers
Damo
Damo

Hi. Steering should be light and easy. Get it fixed. Good luck

Legend
Legend

Hi Damo, thank you. I brought back to car dealership and they told me everything is normal. So I brought to another mechanic and they scan for me and telling me the scan is normal. But the mechanic told me that it can still be the hydraulic pump failure. He could not fix it for me as it is still under warranty which they want me to bring back to car dealership. I think car dealership will still tell me it is normal as computer showed normal. I am very disappointed with the performance of the car.

Doug14
Doug14

No steering should be firm but easy. Everything loosens up nicely after a few thousand k. If it's a tdi you should be using diesel. I get about 6k a litre.

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