The 2020 Audi Q3 starts around $34,000. The Audi Q3 comes in 3 trim levels, premium and premium plus and prestige. Each trim level is equipped with a 2.0-liter, turbocharged, 4-cylinder engine.
The Premium trim comes with an 8.8″ center display and pre sense front and basic.
The premium plus starts around $37,000 and comes with additional features like Full Led headlights, side assist with Rear cross traffic assist and lane departure warning, keyless start, handsfree tailgate release, and frames auto-dimming interior mirror with digital compass.
The prestige starts around $42,000 and comes with additional features like a 10.1” center display, a 3D premium sound system with 15 speakers and a top view camera system.
What Do Current Owner Like about the Audi Q3?
Consumer reviews for 2020 Audi Q3 were mixed, but one area this vehicle seemed to shine in is performance.
Consumer reviews rate the performance of the Q3 very highly. The 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder, turbocharged engine seems to have more than enough power for most consumers.
Consumers who reviewed this vehicle reported positively about the vehicles handling and its responsiveness while driving. Every trim model is equipped with 8-speed automatic transmission. This eight-speed transmission uses a Dynamic shift program to figure out which shift point is optimum based on driving preferences.
Many consumers left positive reviews about the mpg of this vehicle. Most consumers were happy to purchase a luxury subcompact SUV that only required regular gas instead of premium.
The Mpg on this vehicle is advertised as 19 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway, but some consumers reported receiving an average gas mileage of 30 mpg on the highway. Overall consumers seemed to be satisfied with this luxury subcompact SUV.
What are the Audi Q3 Complaints?
Some common complaints against this Audi subcompact include the lack of features you receive with this vehicle for the price. Multiple consumers complained about the lack of memory seats.
What do experts think about the Audi Q3?
Experts who reviewed this subcompact SUV agreed with consumers’ reviews. Expert reviewers complained of some of the same problems consumers complained about with this vehicle.
Standard features like autonomous braking, blind-spot monitoring and auto high beams are not standard on this vehicle.
For some drivers, this may be a problem, but Compared to the BMW X1 and Mercedes-Benz GLA or Volvo XC40 this luxury subcompact offers some standard features it’s competitors lack like AWD, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Experts were impressed with features such as the wireless iPhone 8+ charging and the standard Led taillights. Experts would recommend this vehicle over its competitors because of its low price.