The 2019 Audi Q3 is an SUV class, full of practical, fuel-efficient vehicles that now work like automobiles. The 2019 Audi Q3 has been redesigned and received the updates needed to stay competitive in the hot sub compact luxury crossover segment. The interior of the 2019 Q3 does not rise to the high standard set by Audi. I have a few ergonomic idioms and some visibility challenges. Small doors ensure tight rear seat access. Simple dual-zone climate control is a must-learn and other controls are clearly labeled and easy to use. Perhaps not surprisingly for a car, these small, controls are within easy reach of the driver. However, it is very difficult to use the infotainment controller mounted on the display.
The keyless entry and ignition works well and the large front doors provide easy access. Although the rear doors are small, older adults will find it hard to get in and out. Thick pillars and small side mirrors offer some challenges for outside visibility. Driver assistants such as rear view cameras and parking sensors are appreciated and options such as automatic parking and blind spot assist are recommended.
2019 Audi Q3 Features
The resulting Q3 includes features such as leather, front and rear parking sensors and a panoramic sunroof as standard, but does not have a USB data port. Yes, the 2018 Q3 is still upset with the dedicated media interface, which requires a special adapter to plug in an iPhone to access Audi’s music functionality. The upcoming 2019 Q3 is not dealing with the old-fashioned USB data ports, but with a full upgrade to Audi’s latest infotainment system, which is bypassing all hardware production, literally with new adapters.
The new Q3 will be Audi’s first vehicle after the flagship of the A8 sedan, taking the new 10.1-inch MMI touchscreen and replacing the old knob-based interface. However, as more features were added, especially Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, it became increasingly laborious. It is also worth mentioning that we found the placement of the knob in the old Q3 a bit strange. Our first impression of the touch screen system on the A8 was positive, so hopefully this infotainment interface will not be newer, it will be better.
2019 Audi Q3 Engine
The more powerful 2.0-liter engine Audi expects to be the best-selling seller of the US artist. Not for the US. There was much to learn more about the seven-speed dual clutch, the best engine of the Q3 on the winding roads of the Tyrolean Alps. The power is almost usable and the engine continues to draw from the center of the rev band before the steam runs out at high speeds. The force-fed mill was docile and civilized as it passed through the small towns surrounding the region, and at the same time was eager to run with a little practice of the throttle. Audi estimates that this powertrain combination will make 0-62 miles in 6.3 seconds. We’ll have to wait and see if our version is fast; however, if the transmission of the US-specific Q3 is something like Audis’s eight-speed car in the near future, it should shift gears as smoothly and quickly as this dual clutch.
2019 Audi Q3 Safety
The Road Safety Insurance Institute awarded the Audi Q3 2018 Best rating in five crash tests. The National Road Traffic Safety Administration has not been subjected to crash tests. A rear-view camera is the only standard enhanced security feature in the 2018 Q3. In fact, while the 2019 Audi Q3 does not have any standard driver assistance, the GLA has automatic pre-crash braking and a driver attention monitoring.