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2018 Audi Q3 Prestige
by smschmidt from Baltimore, Maryland
December 11, 2018
This car is a great hipster city car with lots of room in a small package. The ride isn't too firm but for someone older it may not be too great. The high entry point is very good and is relatively easy to climb in and out of. I am a person who likes cars with power and this has enough for the city and then some. The car has plenty of passing power during low speeds. If you are on one of Texas's long 85mph highways, then there might be issues. It gets decent gas millage and looks classy. A very nice car to drive and has a quiet interior.
I had a 95,000 service done on my 2011 Audi A4. My service rep Jeff Stenberg was very friendly and accommodating. I'd like to work with him again in the future. The reason for the 4 out of 5 stars for the "overall" rating is that I feel service costs on Audis are just way too high. I love my Audi and Audis in general but the biggest reason I wouldn't purchase one again in the future is the cost to maintain. There's no "simple" oil change even. Everything seems to be in the hundreds if not thousands of dollars. The reason for the 3 out of 5 stars for the "facilities" rating is only because the facility is currently under construction. Once finished I'm sure it will be top-notch quality.
Certified pre owned vehicles
by AngQ3 from Coral Gables
November 18, 2018
This car meet all my needs. It was very roomy in front as well as back seat. There were 3 USB ports for and nice spacious truck for smaller SUV.
Routine calendar based maintenance, appointment was quickly and easily made, drop off of vehicle and ride to work were perfect, car was ready earlier than expected. Everything was awesome.
2018 Q3 TFSI disappointing - performance and MMI
by Paul N from Austinmer
October 30, 2018
1. Disappointing drive experience with 2018 Q3 2.0 TFSI quattro (drives like a diesel van at low speeds and a small car being thrashed when you want to go faster).
2. Antiquated MMI technology with its clumsy controls. Amazing that Audi doesn’t use touch-screen technology like its Japanese competitors. Perhaps a marketing ploy to direct purchasers to the higher end models’
3. Voice activated SatNav disappointing (have to spell out words instead of saying them).
4. Confusing speedometer (non-uniform speed increments in effect make it illegible at a glance).
The Q3 is comfortable inside and stylish, but so many little things that I hadn’t initially appreciated have made it a disheartening purchase for me.
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