First introduced as a concept vehicle back in 2007, the current generation Audi Q3 has been around since 2011, though the model received a number of updates over its lifecycle.
For the Malaysian market, the fully-imported Audi Q3 can be had with a 1.4 or 2.0-litre TSFI engine, with the former delivering 150 hp and 250 Nm, while the larger engine is good for 180 hp and 320 Nm.
Standard equipment include leather seats, powered front seats, cruise control, automatic air-conditioning, auto start/stop, auto headlights, auto wipers, and a 6.5-inch colour display that is part of the Audi MMI infotainment system. A 10-speaker Audi sound system is also standard for both Q3 models.
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- Body Type: SUV
- Transmission: Automatic
- Engine Capacity: 1395 cc - 1984 cc
- Fuel Type: petrol
- Seat Capacity: 5 - 7
- Price: RM 240,516 - RM 260,555
13 Oct 2020
Review: Audi Q3 1.4 TFSI S-Tronic – Exclusivity VS Individuality, Can We Have Both?
Within minutes of driving the Q3, everything just feels like home. Given the car’s interior ergonomics, good visibility, and relatively compact size – means it starts to wrap around your driving ability in pretty quick order. With easily judged body edges, and a superb camera system aiding your parking, it’s also easy to get the Q3 in and out of a mall carpark. I have to confess, that I never drove the Q3 in anger, perhaps a further sign of greying hair and getting older is that I’m happy to meander around at 60 km/h within city limits. This does, however; gives one appreciation for the quietness and refinement of the Q3’s cabin space, surely a by-product of its build quality and body construction.View full review
User Review of Audi Q3
Great SUV For The Price