The Q3 is Audi’s attempt to bring their go-to formula of “handsome, reserved, luxurious, competent” into the very hot compact CUV space. They will probably make out like bandits. What do you need to know before you buy a Audi Q3? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
Audi has teamed up with outdoor company heimplanet to build an rough-weather-ready geodesic retractable tent for the Q3 SUV. I'm not sure how deep into the great outdoors a Q3 could really get, but you'll certainly look cool wherever you pitch this bad boy.
For those of you who have been considering a BMW X1 or Buick Encore but don't think either are Audi enough, there is now a solution. This is the 2015 Audi Q3, the facelifted and truckier version of the crossover that's been on sale elsewhere in the world since 2011.
Elsewhere on the planet, there's something called the Audi Q3. It's sort of like if you under-inflated a Q5, probably. With crossovers of any size apparently being the rage in the U.S., you'd think Audi would send its littlest Q-ute over right away. Don't worry, it's coming. They just need to make it more of a truck…
Ignore the press release that talks up the "coupe-like styling" and how it has "the sportiest and most progressive design in its segment." We all know the truth just by taking a good look at the 2012 Audi Q3. It's a crossover. And if there's one thing Audi needed, it was yet another crossover.