Audi Q3 facelift 2015 review in India

 

Audi Q3 facelift 2015 review in India. The Q3 is Audi’s top of the line show in India, and its not difficult to see why. While cars still, as usual, hold a great deal of request, SUVs are plainly the kind existing apart from everything else. What’s more, this is the most moderate of Audi’s SUVs, which has opened the brand up to fresher, more youthful purchasers – a certainty the organization is truly upbeat about (the slogan for this new Q3 is ‘Begin Young’). The active Q3 is likewise the hit in its section, and even ended up a winner in our correlation test with its nearest opponents, the BMW X1 and Mercedes-Benz GLA. Not one to lay on its shrubs, notwithstanding, Audi has been speedy to bring the facelifted rendition of the auto to India.

Audi Q3 facelift 2015 review in India

First off is the exterior design, which introduces Audi’s new family face to the Indian market. The headlamps are slimmer and, as you see on this car, will be full LED units on the top trims. The indicators at the front and rear ‘swipe’ outwards in the direction of the turn, much like in the A8 and R8. There are new 17-inch alloy wheels too, as well as three new paint shades, one of which you see here. But of course the thing you noticed first was the big new chrome-lined grille. Soon to be seen also on the all-new Q7, the wide chrome surround for the single-piece grille gives the nose a lot more presence, and combined with the angular new front bumper, it makes the Q3 look a lot chunkier than before.

Audi Q3 facelift 2015 review in India

On the inside, you can now get a choice of either all-black or black-and-beige upholstery. The basic layout hasn’t changed, but subtle modifications to the formula make it feel altogether more upmarket. The wood trim has been replaced by a nice textured metallic finish, and there are a lot more brushed aluminium inserts all over the cabin too.

Audi Q3 facelift 2015 review in India

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