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Vehicle Information

  • Fuel Type
  • Insurance Group
  • MPG Combined
    53.3 MPG
  • Transmission
  • CO2 Emissions
    115.0 g/km
  • Manufacturer OTR
Standard Equipment
Interior Features
3NZ Split Folding Rear Seat Bench 40/60
Steering Whl Adjust for Height and Reach
Outside Temperature Display
0TD Front/Rear Floor Mats
3L3 Driver Seat Height Adjustment
PC0 Cruise Control System
3T2 Three Rear Headrests
KH6 Manual Air Conditioning
Audio and Communications
2xUSB Sockets + AUX-IN
8RM 8 Passive Loudspeakers
9ZX Bluetooth Interface
I8S MMI Radio+7in MMI Screen+MMI Cntrlr
Audi Smartphone Interface
Audi Music Interface
2 X SDXC Card Readers
CD Drive
DAB Radio + AM/FM
PNU MMI Navigation (SD Card-Based)
U39 17in 5 Arm Star Design Alloys
Paint and Trim
N5G Index Cloth
Solid Paint
3 Years/60000 Miles
Mechanical Features
Electronic Stabilisation Control
1JA Dynamic Suspension
Automatic Start/Stop System
1N7 Progressive Steering
UH2 Hill Hold Assist
Exterior Features
4K4 Central Locking Systm+Rmt Cntrl Key
Electric Adjustable Heated Door Mirrors
7X1 Rear Parking Sensors
Safety & Security Features
Multi Collision Brake Assist
6K2 Audi Pre-Sense Front+Pedestrn Rcgntn
Passenger Airbag
Driver Airbag
7AL Anti-Theft Alarm
Front Airbags
Curtain Airbag
Front Side Airbags
Technical Data
Mpg Urban
Mpg Extra Urban
Mpg Combined
CO2 Emission
Euro Emission
Power Ps
Power KW
Torque Rpm
Gross Vehicle Weight
Towing Weight Braked
Wheel Base
Ground Clearance
Boot Capacity
Fuel Tank Size
Maximum Speed
0 to 60 Mph
0 to 100 Kph
Front Tyre
215/55R17 V
Rear Tyre
215/55R17 V
Spare Tyre
Puncture repair kit
Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Available Options
Exterior Features
3FB Panoramic Glass Sunroof
PG3 Advanced Key
VW1 Privacy Glass
1D2 Towbar (Removable And Lockable)
7X2 Audi Parking System Plus
7X5 Park Assist
2Z7 Deletion Of Tech Designation At Rear
2Z0 Deletion Of Model+Tech Design At Rr
2JG Sport Bumper-Full Body Color Paint
KA2 Rear-View Camera
PX2 LED Headlights With LED Rear Lights
8G1 High-Beam Assist
6XK Door Mirrors Folding+Auto Dimming
6H7 Solid Paint-Ibis White C-PillarBlade
6H4 C-Pillar Blade Colour-Manhattan Grey
7X5 Park Assist
V68 18in 5-Arm Dynamic Design Alloys
1G5 Space Saver Spare Wheel
EA9 Audi Warranty 5 Years/90000 Miles
EA6 Audi Warranty 4 Years/75000 Miles
Paint and Trim
5TG Matt Brushed Aluminium Inlays
Solid Paint
Metallic Paint
Crystal Effect Paint - Ara Blue
Q4H+N5W Milano Leather+Front Sport Seats
Interior Features
2PF Flat Bottom 3Spk Lthr M/Functn S/Whl
3NT Split-Folding Rear Seat Bench
4A3 Heated Front Seats
7P1 4-Way Electric Lumbar Support
9S6 Driver's Info Systm-3.5in ColorDsply
9AK Dual-Zone Electronic Climate Control
PCG Adaptive Cruise Control
1S1 Tool Kit And Car Jack
4L6 Auto Dimming Rear View Mirror
KS2 Head-Up Display
Option Packs
QE7 Storage And USB Rear Pack
PLA LED Interior Lighting Pack Advanced
QQ1 LED Interior Lighting Pack
WB4 Technology Pack
WF5 Comfort And Sound Pack
Safety & Security Features
7Y1 Audi Side Asist+Crss Traffic Asst Rr
Audio and Communications
9VD Audi Sound System
Impartial Review
Full road test review: Audi Q2 2.0 TDI quattro S tronic 150PS
2 July 2017 by Oliver Hammond
Except for anyone who has, say, been living in a cave atop a far-off mountain range for quite a few years, it’s abundantly clear that crossovers and SUVs represent the very pinnacle of automotive aspiration for swathes of car buyers and leasers nowadays.

Audi produces phenomenally beautiful cars across the board but, save for the R8, they tend to lean towards subtlety rather than screaming to grab people’s attention and provide a way for their custodians to express themselves. For young drivers in particular, driving a new Audi feels, for most, like something they’d only be able to make a reality when they hit middle age, mainly for financial reasons.

Q2, the latest and smallest Audi SUV on the block, aims to reach out to younger drivers with its more affordable price tag and greater emphasis on being funky and fashionable. The gaping octagonal grille looks fantastic and gives the Q2 immediate road presence as part of a design collection that also includes large, accentuated air inlets, contrasting bumpers, side skirts and wheel arch trim, some amazingly vivid colours to choose from, and four C-blade shades to individualise one’s Q2 even further.

The oversized rear light clusters and fairly boxy new design language at the back work well, and its rugged, jacked-up styling appeals to the heart, definitely giving the Q2 more impact than the somewhat dumpy and plain Q3. The UK having just had an election, Audi’s attempt at injecting youthful boldness into its latest crossover doesn’t go quite as far as Jeremy Corbyn turning up at the next PMQs in skinny jeans and a bomber jacket, showing off his latest tats and piercings, but it’s a really positive step forward for the brand and hints at exciting things for future Audis.

It can’t be denied that Audi constantly faces stiff competition from the obvious likes of BMW and Mercedes, but its interiors always manage to remain just that little bit more special. True, the Q2’s interior is more serious and mature than many French cars’, little of the Audi’s exterior’s newfound youthfulness really having been carried through to the inside, but it still appears beautiful and stokes up that “I’ve made it” feeling.

From the sporty flat-bottom steering wheel and sports seats with grey contrast stitching, to the MMI infotainment controls, clever Touch pad you can scribble on with your finger, and the fantastic Bang & Olufsen sound system, only real fusspots would find any gripes aboard the Q2. Anyone taller than around 5ft7 will find legroom in the back to be poor, even though the car’s built on the same platform as the A3 - but headroom is impressive and boot space at 405 litres is pretty good, beating many compact SUVs of a similar size. On that note, the Q2 doesn’t feel much higher up than a hatchback from the inside, though, so think of it more like a funkier A3 with kitten heels rather than stilettos. By ticking most boxes on the options list, it really does feel like a shrunken Q7 in terms of kit, with equally impeccable build quality.

To drive, things get off to a good start with excellent visibility courtesy of an expansive windscreen, modest pillars and a decent view out of the back, unsurprisingly augmented with parking sensors. The turning circle is relatively compact, too, making the Q2 a great car for urban environments and tight spaces in general. More Q2 buyers and leasers are likely to plump for a manual gearbox but the S tronic transmission performs smoothly and works well on the whole in partnership with the 131g/km 2.0 TDI diesel engine, which curiously isn’t as hushed as expected from an Audi, perhaps because of having only covered a thousand miles so far. Adaptive suspension with damping control, as fitted to the test car, provides a ride that is generally very smooth and does a good job on the UK’s often poor roads, although the 18” alloys tend to crash and thud over drain covers and the like.

Steering feedback isn’t as engaging as in BMW’s smaller SUVs, or indeed a SEAT Ateca, but the Q2 does corner very confidently indeed with barely any noticeable body roll, which certainly ups the fun factor and makes it feel chuckable. Driving round a hairpin bend with a tray of soup on one’s lap would be a good test. With a comfortable driving position, dimensions well suited to the city and narrow country lanes, and average fuel economy that lingers in the low-50s even after driving the Q2 2.0 TDI hard, it’s a very likeable car overall.

With the test model’s price tag topping off at £38,055, affordability for the Q2’s twentysomethings and thirties target markets is debatable. Citing its pricing as relatively attainable is a bit like saying the heel of Italy is relatively closer to the UK than Dubai. Yes, it is, but it’s still a bloomin’ long way away. Tangentially, with increasing numbers of UK drivers cottoning on to the benefits of personal leasing and business contract hire, the more economical and non-quattro Q2 1.6 TDI represents good value at around £250 per month on PCH.

There’s a lot to like about the Audi Q2, from its healthy dose of boot space and superb interior to the large range of funky colour combinations on offer and those muscular, youthful looks. Not there just to make up the even numbers in Audi’s nomenclature, it definitely deserves its place in the firm’s crossover SUV lineup.

© Oliver Hammond

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