Audi Q3 2.0 TFSI Test Drive Review – How Does It Fare?


The German luxury car manufacturer not only produces premium sedans, estates and hatchbacks but also offer luxury SUVs. Audi name their SUV models with a prefix, Q. They offer Indians a choice of Q products, ranging from the Q7, their biggest SUV to their entry level Q3.

They say entry level, but it is packed with features and abundant tech goodies. It is the smallest and youngest member in Audi’s Q range. The Q3 was available in India previously but have only recently introduced the 2.0T Quattro petrol engine.


In India most SUVs tend to run on diesel because of lower running costs. The petrol option usually excites only a very small audience. Being an SUV manufactured by Audi, you can shut your eyes and trust the fit and finish of the Q3 2.0T Quattro.

Audi is offering the Q3 with two engine choices a 2.0-litre TDI along with a 2.0-litre TFSI. Both the engines will have direct injection coupled with turbocharging. Generating 177 horsepower and 211 horsepower respectively, they return decent fuel economy figures too.


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