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The Top Gear car review:Audi Q3
Final thoughts and pick of the range
Crossovers this size are pretty much default family cars these days, and even the premium ones can’t just airily swerve the banal question of practicality. Sure enough the Q3 does fine on room and versatility.
And it’s well-equipped, and even reasonably generous in its pricing. You don’t expect that in an Audi.
It’s competitive in its chassis. Perhaps more agile than most rivals. But still a little unengaging to steer, which is situation normal for an Audi. Rivals, bar the Jagaur E-Pace, have the same trouble.
Still, you can usually trust Audi to do a superb infotainment interface, unimpeachable cabin quality, and refined powertrains. To a greater or lesser extent the Q3 has fumbled all those three.
Our choice from the range
This is the one we'd pick...