Audi RS Q3 Leasing
Top 3 Things
Very fast acceleration.
Lots of space inside and a big boot.
Choice of 2 body styles.
Why Lease An Audi RS Q3?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
If you opt for the regular RS Q3, you’ll get all the practicality of the normal car. That means plenty of room in the back, even for those more than 6-foot tall, although that lessens slightly in models with a sunroof. The Sportback model also has compromised rear space, but it’s still pretty good – unless you’re regularly ferrying tall people, you shouldn’t have too many issues. You can slide back the rear seats to give extra legroom or slide them forward to increase boot space, which is pretty decent at some 530 litres. You can also fold the seats down in a 40/20/40 split for extra space, giving you up to 1525 litres in the regular car or 1400 litres in the Sportback. As for general storage, there are big door pockets, 2 cupholders between the front seats and a generous space under the centre armrest.
The RS Q3’s 5-cylinder, 400hp engine isn’t the most efficient thing in the world, but that’s the price you pay for performance. Officially, you’ll get up to 29.4mpg, but if you’re even halfway enthusiastic with the accelerator then that’ll drop quickly. Insurance will be pricey, too – the Audi sits in group 40 of 50. That said, some models of the aforementioned Porsche Macan are in higher groups.
Audi RS Q3The regular RS Q3 is a 5-door SUV – albeit one with sporty styling and very powerful engine.
Audi RS Q3 SportbackThe Sportback version of the RS Q3 has a slightly different shape, with sleeker looks at the cost of rear headroom.
The Audi RS Q3 Vs Competitors
The RS Q3 is the performance version of Audi’s Q3 SUV. It offers the practicality of the regular Q3 but adds plenty of pace and power.
The RS Q3 and RS Q3 Sportback are both made at Audi’s plant in Gyor, Hungary.
Production of the RS Q3 started at the end of 2019.
Audi doesn’t have the best reputation for reliability, but that’s true of most of its premium rivals, too. We don’t have specific data for the RS Q3, but the regular Q3 hasn’t fared too badly in independent customer satisfaction surveys.
Yes, all versions of the RS Q3 have Audi’s quattro 4-wheel-drive system.
Yes it does. If you want, you can enable launch control for maximum acceleration from standstill.
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