The Audi Q3 is manufactured by the leading German automobile manufacturer Audi AG. It is a subcompact luxury crossover SUV that has been produced since 2011. For the Indian market, the 5-door CUV is assembled in Pune, India. The Indian models have been on sale since 2012, were facelifted in 2017 and have been discontinued later. The second generation of Audi Q3 is set to be launched in the latter part of 2020. The latest variants come with a BS6-compliant engine to follow the latest emission norms. Some of its competitors are BMW X1, Volvo XC40, and Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class.
The Audi Q3 has both petrol and diesel variants to offer. It comes with a 1.4-litre TSFI petrol engine and 2 litre 4-cylinder TDI diesel engine that produces power in two states of tune. Where the petrol engine generates a maximum power of 148bhp and peak torque of 250Nm, the diesel engines come with 138bhp and 174bhp of power, and 320Nm and 380Nm of peak torque.
The SUV is a front-engine and front-wheel drive/four-wheel-drive that comes with automatic transmission paired with the petrol engine. Where the diesel engine with lower power and torque comes paired with a manual transmission, the one with higher power and torque comes with automatic transmission.
When taking Audi Q3's performance into consideration, it gives mileage that is 50% better than any other SUV. The SUV, when tuned with automatic transmission in petrol variants, gives mileage of up to 16.9 km/l. For diesel variants, it gives mileage of 17.3 km/l with manual transmission and 18.5 km/l with automatic transmission.
Some of its key features are the 8.93cm TFT monochrome display in its infotainment system, Bluetooth, Audi sound system, 2 SD-card slots, voice dialogue system, MMI navigation plus, six airbags, electronic differential lock, ABS, hill descent control, 16-inch forged alloy wheels, brake assist, traction control, rear wipers, rain-sensing wipers, automatic climate control, cruise control, rear parking sensors and camera, keyless entry, and steering adjustment – tilt & telescopic.
|Car Variant||Price of the Car||IDV*||Zero Depreciation(Add On)*||Premium*|
|Q3 30 TDI Premium AT FWD (1968 cc)||Rs. 36,55,000||Rs. 19,08,900||Rs. 19,700||Rs. 38,873|
|Q3 35 TDI QUATTRO Premium Plus (1968 cc)||Rs. 39,70,000||Rs. 20,72,520||Rs. 21,388||Rs. 32,843|
|Q3 30 TSFI Premium AT FWD (1395 cc)||Rs. 34,75,000||Rs. 18,03,600||Rs. 17,764||Rs. 23,945|
*The values are calculated on the basis of the city (Chennai) and year of registration (2017).
Some of the above exclusions can be included as part of your Audi Q3 car insurance by opting for additional cover called add-ons. These can be included with extra cost.
You can easily renew your Audi Q3 car insurance policy online with the help of a quick process available on PolicyX.com. To use this hassle-free process, scroll up on this page and find the option to Get Instant Quotes. The next few steps required you to do the following:
No, your claim will not be accepted if the tyre replaced is not of the same make and specification.
No, your car insurance will not cover the damage caused to your car in case of deliberate action. This includes accidents that are caused deliberately.
No, you cannot claim for the damage caused to your car's tyres or tubes due to improper storage.
No, you cannot claim for the damage caused to the tyres even under Tyre Protect add-on if it was driven when tyre pressure was below the manufacturer's recommended tyre pressure.
No, you cannot claim for the damage caused to it under Tyre Protect add-on if the damage was caused at the time of repair.
Last updated on 29-05-2020