Audi just given the Q3 a minor facelift – this is 2nd in two years – with the refreshed model now evaluated from Rs 34.20 lakh for the front-wheel drive and Rs 37.20 lakh for the 2.0-liter TDI quattro display (both costs, ex-showroom, Delhi). With the second facelift, the Q3 gets minor corrections to the styling while the motor line-up has been refreshed with more power, however it doesn’t get a manual variation.
The refreshed Q3 is accessible with two powertrain choices – all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive. Contrasted with the more established model’s 177hp, the refreshed quattro model’s 2.0-liter diesel now creates 184hp – a knock up in force of around 4 percent. Torque yield stays unaltered however and the engine keeps on being matched with a seven-speed programmed gearbox.
The front-wheel-drive Q3, notwithstanding, is new as in the old diesel-manual mix has been ended for a diesel programmed. It creates 150hp and 340Nm of torque – up 10hp and 20Nm from the old manual model – from the 2.0-liter diesel motor that is additionally matched with a seven-speed programmed gearbox.
Audi claims efficiency figures of 18.51kpl and 15.17kpl for the front-wheel drive and quattro forms individually.
As far as hardware, the Q3 now gets an all encompassing sunroof as standard alongside 17-inch V-talked combination wheels, LED headlamps and “Choice” double zone auto atmosphere control framework. The refreshed model additionally gets electrically flexible front seats as a major aspect of the standard hardware. Other gear on offer incorporates voyage control, turn around camera and a MMI route framework.