Audi Q3 Estate Special Editions 2.0 TDI Quattro Black Edition 5dr On Lease From £301.99

AUDI Q3 ESTATE SPECIAL EDITIONS 2.0 TDI Quattro Black Edition 5dr

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£301.99 ex VAT

Initial Payment £1,811.94 ex VAT


£362.39 inc VAT

Initial Payment £2,174.33 inc VAT

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  • Key Facts
    Fuel CO2 Transmission 0-62 MPH RRP
    Diesel 138 g/km Manual 9.3 seconds £28,612.50
    0-62 mph
    9.3 seconds
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    This car’s insurance group is 22E.

  • Review

    Ten Second Review
    Audi Q3 Crossover Lease Review - With the most popular choice of engine for the Audi Q3 being petrol fuelled we'll take a look at them first. You start at a very healthy 2.0L when looking at the petrol variations and as for power output drivers get a choice of either 168bhp or 208bhp. 168bhp is enough for most driving situations (especially if yoyu're staying within legal limits) and so upgrading to the 208bhp engine is a little bit futile. And it's not like the Q3 is the sort of car you're going to take to the track or race circuit. If you'd prefer something a little more fuel conservative and opt for the diesel versions the power output is a little lower but by no means detrimental to the driving experience. In its diesel form you enter the market with a 139bhp engine which is enough to get you anywhere in good speed.

    The suspension on the Q3 is quite soft and so gives a smooth and enjoyable experience when cruising around town at low speeds. However when you gather some pace this softness can translate to a little bit more of an uneasy ride. Cornering is one of the Q3's special talents; as it has plenty of grip to the road and can take sharp turns without causing a huge amount of strain to the chassis.

    When it comes to refinement and noise levels coming out the car it is a little louder in diesel models; so if you're extra fussy about keeping things as silent as possible the petrol engine is probably the choice for you.  Having said that the diesel motor is absolutely find by normal standards. Overall the cabin is well insulated from noise and in normal conditions only a little hum of engine/road noise is noticable.

    Visibility for the driver is great and adjustable seat and steering wheel positions mean that long haul journeys can be tailored to ensure comfort. The interior in general is logical, comfortable and seems to work for both passengers and drivers (something which is sometimes overlooked in the SUV market). The seating isn't top class leather like what you might find in a Range Rover but it isn't cheap or nasty either. Audi has made sure that the cost of the Q3 isn't pushed up too much by interior fittings but at the same time have kept things appealing.

£301.99 EX VAT £1,811.94 Initial payment
£362.39 INC VAT £2,174.33 Initial payment

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