The Audi Q2 was showcased at the Geneva Motor Show in the year 2016 and was launched in India in 2017. The compact SUV by Audi was popular for its sporty look, spacious interiors and multiple aesthetic features, which make it one of the most considered rivals against its market contemporaries. All previous variants of the Audi Q2 have been discontinued. The new Audi Q2 is expected to launch in December 2020.
The Audi Q2 is priced between 18 Lakhs to 25 Lakhs, whereas the expected price of the new Audi Q2 is 30 Lakhs. The Audi Q2 competes with the likes of Toyota Fortuner, Kia Carnival, Ford Endeavour, and BMW X1.
The Audi Q2 comes with a plethora of features on the interior and exterior. Some of the key features of the Audi Q2 are mentioned below.
On the interior of the Audi Q2, you will find the dashboard, knee pads and door handles painted in anodized paint. The multifunction steering wheel is adjustable for height and reach. The driver seat comes with electric adjustability and the rear seats come with fully fold functionality. Other unique features include centre armrest for the front seats, cup holders and door trims, infotainment system with four loudspeakers.
On the exterior, the vehicle features adjustable halogen headlights, LED headlights and taillights, black front grills, rearview mirrors that are electrically adjustable, wheel arch trims and integrated LED side indicators.
The Audi Q2 is available in 4 engine options including 15 KMPL in 2.0 TDI Quattro version, 12 KMPL in 1.4 TFSI CoD Petrol, 14 KMPL in 1.0 TFSI and 18 KMPL in 1.6 TDI. The vehicle comes in automatic transmission.
There are multiple braking and safety features available in the Audi Q2. Some of the notable ones include an electronic stabilization control system and multi-collision brake assist system. The vehicle also comes with 6 airbags, rear parking sensors, anti-theft bolts, electro-mechanical parking brakes, and pedestrian recognition system.
Car insurance premium depends on several factors such as the model of the car, the Insured Declared Value (IDV) of the car, the city, the year of registration of the car in RTO, etc. Before selecting car insurance for your Audi Q2, you must take note of the approximate amount of insurance premium that you will have to shell out at regular intervals. To know more about Audi Q2 premium quotes, reach out to the respective insurance provider.
High-end cars like Audi Q2 have a high cost of repairs and maintenance and therefore, it is imperative for car owners to have adequate car insurance. Add-on covers for Audi ensure that the car is protected against all potential risks on the road. There are various add-on covers that you can take up to provide your car with an extra cushion of coverage.
Here are some of the most common insurance add-on covers for you to consider.
The engine protection add-on cover is a unique add-on that caters to the damages of car engines that is not a result of an accident. This add-on cover reimburses you for damages to the engine due to water ingression, leakage of engine oil and hydrostatic lock.
The roadside assistance is an add-on that covers you in the event of a breakdown on the road. Under the roadside assistance add-on cover, you will be extended facilities like refuelling, engine repair, and towing the car to the nearest repair centre.
Comprehensive car insurance does not cover for the cost of treatment of injury and medication of the passengers in the event of an accident or collision. Having a passenger protection add-on cover is the guarantee of compensation in the unfortunate event of injury to the passengers in a collision.
No-claim bonus is the reward received from the insurer for every claim-free utility availing which you can get up to 50% discount on your car insurance premium. However, making any insurance claim on your policy can cancel out the accumulated bonus. The No-Claim Protection add-on safeguards your accumulated bonus even when you make a claim on your policy.
The cost of replacement of consumables can easily add up to a big amount. Consumables add-on pays out for the cost of replacement of consumables like oil, coolant, nuts, screws, bolts, washers and more.
Basic comprehensive car insurance does not cover electric and non-electric accessories, which are not listed in the manufacturer's list. The accessories add-on covers the damage of accessories that are not included in the manufacturer's list and reimburses you in case they are damaged in a collision.
Compare your car insurance with myriad other plans offered by various vendors and renew your plan through PolicyX.com.
Follow these simple steps listed down below to renew your car insurance.
Your basic car insurance will not cover damages to the tire unless you have a roadside assistance cover.
Yes, No-Claim Bonus is transferable from one car to another. You can also choose to transfer your No-Claim bonus from one insurance plan to another at the time of renewal.
Yes, you can choose to pay less car insurance premium by increasing the amount of voluntary deductibles. Consult your car insurance service provider for the same.
The passenger add-on cover insures up to four passengers.
Last updated on 19-06-2020