Is Audi Q3 slow?
But the first-gen Q3 was about as bad as a modern car can get. It was miserably slow, had a cheap feeling interior, had poor ride quality, sloppy handling and too high of a sticker price.
Are Audi Q3 expensive to run?
The quattro four-wheel-drive models have extra grip on slippery roads, but they use more fuel – the most economical Q3 quattro returns 57.6mpg. If you can stretch to it, we’d recommend the 181bhp 2.0-litre turbodiesel, as its extra power is useful and it’s not hugely more expensive to run.
Does Audi Q3 have timing belt or chain?
The 2.0 TDI and 1.4 TFSI engines have a cambelt; the 2.0 TFSI is chain-driven. A belt (£495) is needed every 140,000 miles; there’s no official time limit, but we’d suggest every five years.
Can you sleep in an Audi Q5?
Audi Q5. It’s one of the longest sunroofs in the business, making the Q5 the next best thing to sleeping under the stars.
Is Audi Q3 a good buy?
Drivers who find Audi’s other SUVs to be a bit too costly should check out the new Q3. Its excellent interior quality will win over a lot of people. This subcompact model also deserves praise for its solid handling and ride. While the Q3 is a great pick, drivers should test out its sometimes abrupt transmission.
How many miles can an Audi Q3 last?
But with a reasonable amount of maintenance, a modern vehicle can last to somewhere between a 150,000 to 200,000 miles. That number is based on taking really good care of the car, doing all of the maintenance that is required and recommended; and replacing your audi parts as soon as they start to wear out.
When should the timing belt be changed on an Audi Q3?
Extract from Audi website: “The cam belt is one of the hardest working components in an engine. Made from a rubber based compound that deteriorates with time, it should be checked and replaced every five years or as per the mileage specified in your Audi service schedule – whichever comes first.”