Audi Q3 long term review


Bigger is better is a concept embedded in the minds of traditional Indian car buyers 


who have universally equated size with price


So the bigger the car, the more they are happy to pay for it 


After driving the Q3 for a month, it’s proved to be the perfect urban SUV


Audis have the best ride and the Q3 is no exception

The 2.0-litre TFSI engine in the Q3’s ‘40’ spec produces 190hp and 320Nm of torque

which is modest for a 2-litre and performance feels just that

There’s no strong rush of acceleration but for day-to-day driving

this engine is perfectly calibrated to give a smooth step-off and even the 7-speed DSG

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