Audi Q2 Leasing
Top 3 Features
Stylish exterior and interior design.
Lots of tech.
Why Lease An Audi Q2?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The Q2 is more compact than it may appear, coming up a little shorter than a Ford Focus. Despite that, there’s lots of room in the front seats, with door pockets that will accommodate a good-sized drinks bottle and cupholders for drinks or, more likely, a smartphone.
Those in the rear get the same storage choices, thanks to a fold-down armrest with built-in cupholders. There’s not quite so much room for adults though, with shoulder room being tight – 3 rear passengers would be quite a squeeze.
The boot can take 405 litres of cargo, which is smaller than the space in a Volvo XC40 and a long way behind the BMW X2, but more than you’ll find in a Ford Focus or Volkswagen Golf hatchback. It’s also a surprisingly useful space thanks to a good square shape and easy access. Fold the seats down and outright capacity can extend to 1050 litres.
Audi has a wide range of engine choices available in the Q2, but there are no hybrid or electric options. That means you have to choose between petrol or diesel, with the latter being the most efficient. Opt for 116hp diesel, badged as 30 TDI, and official figures suggest 60.1mpg would be possible.
Those looking for more power in the regular range can go as far as a 190hp, 2.0-litre petrol engine. While much more engaging, it’s thirstier – you’ll be able to achieve 36.7mpg combined at best, according to Audi. If that doesn’t sound enough for you, try the quattro-equipped SQ2 high-performance version, with a 300hp 4-cylinder engine and capable of 0-62mph in 4.8 seconds.
Every Q2 is covered by a 3-year warranty (limited to 60000 miles) that is extendable to 4 or 5 years, which will ensure trouble-free motoring for the length of most lease deals.
The Audi Q2 Vs Competitors
Audi is famed for its quattro 4-wheel-drive system and tries to make it available as widely as possible. For the Q2, that means you can choose quattro-equipped models, but only from S line trim levels and above. Everything else is front-wheel drive.
A wide range of engines means there’s something for everyone. If it’s economy you’re after, then the 30 TDI diesel-engined models promise to return as much as 60.1mpg, according to official test results. Even the more powerful petrol-powered 40 TFSI quattro model can manage 36.7mpg.
There are no hybrid options available on the Audi Q2 and it’s unlikely that such a variant will be coming on this generation of the compact SUV.
A large family would struggle with the Audi Q2, but young couples and those with a small child or 2 will appreciate the SUV practicality that’s squeezed into a good looking car that fits easily into a supermarket parking space.
There are rear parking sensors on every Audi Q2, but you’ll need to choose the top of the range Vorsprung trim level if you want a rear-view camera. Unfortunately, you can’t add a camera to other models, even as an option.
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