Smaller than it's 'Q' stablemates the Q2 is a compact SUV great for nipping around town, but with a raised driving position that puts you in control of the road making light work of motorway journeys. Super comfy seats that are adjustable in many ways will help you find your perfect driving position and all the latest tech will keep you entertained for hours.
Available in 3 trim levels:
These depend on the trim level there's a choice of 4 petrol and 3 diesel engines:
|Fuel Type||Engine||CO2 g/km**||Trim levels|
|Petrol||1.0 TFSI 116PS 6-speed manual||117||All|
|Petrol||1.4 TFSI 150PS 6-speed manual*||124||All|
|Petrol||1.4 TFSI 150PS 7-speed S tronic*||119||All|
|Petrol||2.0 TFSI quattro 190PS 7-speed S tronic||144||S Line|
|Diesel||1.6 TDI 116PS 6-speed manual||114||All|
|Diesel||1.6 TDI 116PS 7-speed S tronic||109||All|
|Diesel||2.0 TSI quattro 150PS 7-speed S tronic||125||Sport & S Line|
It fully depends on what will suit your lifestyle best, here are the highlights for the three Q2 trim levels:
In addition to SE:
In addition to Sport:
Available in a choice of 12 exterior colours, including 2 new colours that are exclusive to the Q2:
|Colour||Finish||Cost||Trims available on|
|Brilliant Black||Solid||No additional cost||SE & Sport|
|Ibis White||Solid||No additional cost||SE, Sport & S Line|
|Vegas Yellow||Solid||No additional cost||SE, Sport & S Line|
|Coral Orange||Metallic||£550||SE, Sport & S Line|
|Floret Silver||Metallic||£550||SE & Sport|
|Glacier White||Metallic||£550||SE, Sport & S Line|
|Mythos Black||Metallic||£550||SE, Sport & S Line|
|Nano Grey||Metallic||£550||SE, Sport & S Line|
|Tango Red||Metallic||£550||SE, Sport & S Line|
|Daytona Grey||Pearl effect||£550||S Line|
|Ara Blue||Crystal effect||£775||SE, Sport & S Line|
Depending on the trim level you choose you may also get a choice of C-Pillar Colours, all of which come at no additional cost:
Choose from 16" to 19" alloys with different design options including:
|Wheel Size||Trim level||Cost|
|16" x 6.5J '5-spoke' design alloy wheels with 215/60 R16 tyres||SE||No additional cost|
|17" x 7.0K 'Multi-spoke' design alloy wheels with 215/55 R17 tyres||SE||£450|
|17" x 7.0J '5-arm star' design alloy wheels with 215/55 R17 tyres||Sport||No additional cost|
|18" x 7.0J '5-arm dynamic' design alloy wheels in contrasting grey, diamond cut finish with 215/50 R18 tyres||Sport||£925|
|18" x 7.0J '5-spoke Y' design alloy wheels with 215/50 R18 tyres||S Line||No additional cost|
|18" x 7.0J '5-arm offroad' design alloy wheels in matt aluminium look, diamond cut finish with 215/50 R18 tyres||S Line||£650|
|19" x 8.0J '10-Y-spoke' design alloy wheels with 235/40 R19 tyres||S Line||£850|
|19" x 8.0J '5-arm rotor' design alloy wheels in gloss anthracite black, diamond cut finish with 235/40 R19 tyres||S Line||£1,250|
Now our most compact Q model, the Q2 is still spacious and practical, and elevates you with the driving position of an SUV. The Q2 is also a head-turner, with an elegant, coupé-like shape, a bold, confident design, and plenty of ways to customise its details, including brand new colours and contrast bumpers. And as you'd expect from an Audi, it also offers the latest Audi innovations for the ultimate driving experience. Get behind the wheel and test drive this fabulous new model.
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We head to Switzerland to find out if Audi’s new Q2 will win over those looking for an affordable, premium compact SUV.
This sporty-looking SUV is the fourth (and smallest) member of Audi’s Q range – the entry point to the Q range – alongside its bigger brothers, the Q7, the Q5 and the Q3. Priced from £22,230, it’s set to take on the Mercedes GLA and the BMW X2.
Taking the form of a five-door utility vehicle, the Q2 is quite the looker. Thanks to its high shoulder line and low roof that descends and merges into the C-pillars with contrasting colour offset blades, the Q2 boasts a bold and muscular stance. Up front, its high-mounted singleframe octagonal grille, hawk-eye headlights and large air inlets mounted on the front bumper result in a menacing look.
The Q2 is launching with an initial choice of two four-cylinder petrol engines – the 115bhp 1.6-litre TDi and the Cylinder-on-Demand 150bhp 1.4-litre TFSi. A three-cylinder 115bhp 1.0-litre TFSi and a four-cylinder 150bhp 2.0-litre TDi will become available later in the year. The 1.4-litre petrol and 1.6-litre diesel units are expected to top the sales charts.
It’s spot on. Audi has managed to build a spacious and compact SUV that can nip around corners with ease. In fact, it’s one of the most powerful models in the segment. It even incorporates a low seating position, similar to what you’d find in an Audi saloon car, which gives you confidence while on jaunts across winding country roads.
As an alternative to the six-speed manual gearbox, Audi has said it will offer the seven-speed S tronic dual clutch transmission across the range, bar the 1.0-litre, which is already standard on the 2.0-litre TDi. The brand has also announced that from 2017, a 2.0-litre TFSi petrol unit, allied exclusively to Quattro all-wheel-drive and S tronic, will be introduced to the range. At this point, it will be possible to combine the 150bhp TDI and TFSI engines with Quattro drive.
To help attract a new generation of buyers, Audi has created an extensive palette of extravagant colours for customers to choose from – 12 to be precise. There’s also a huge list of customisation options inside and out including a two-tone roof and coloured dash inserts and inlays. These little touches have been specifically designed to counter criticism that all Audis come only in dull greys, blacks and blues. All UK cars will also come with colour-coded bumpers.
Let’s look at the tech: inside, drivers will be impressed to see the Q2 comes with a wireless phone charger, smartphone connectivity and a Bang & Olufsen stereo system as standard. In short, the Q2 is equipped with technology you’d expect to find further up the range.
Along with the optional virtual cockpit and head-up display, the Q2 can also be specced with assistance systems such as Audis’ pre sense safety kit (which includes pedestrian recognition and Autonomous Emergency Braking), adaptive cruise control, traffic jam assist and active lane assist.
The Q2 also fulfils the fundamental expectations of an SUV with benefits such as good visibility and a large boot, which can carry up to 1,050 litres. Optional practical solutions include a power tailgate and a three-way split rear bench backrest with cargo through-loading.
As standard, the Audi Q2 offers buyers plenty of bang for their buck. You could describe it as a compact A4; not only is it offering premium equipment and driver engagement at a lower cost to its rivals, it’s got bags of space and oozes family-friendly practicality from every corner. It’s also more than £4,000 cheaper that the entry-level Mercedes GLA 200 CDi Sport.
The Q2 incorporates the latest multimedia gadgets from the new A4 and there are three generously equipped specification levels to choose from, with the entry level SE versions benefitting from a suite of features from standard. These include smartphone interface, which supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a seven-inch MMI screen and Bluetooth connectivity.
For an additional £1,500, Sport models gain 17-inch alloy wheels (up from 16 inch on SE), drive select with five operational modes, cruise control, light and rain sensors, and sport seats. Step up to the range-topping S Line, £2,250 above the Sport, and stand-out features include the hallmark front, side and rear styling enhancements, 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, LED interior lighting, and a multi-functional steering wheel. All models can be specced with Audi’s virtual cockpit display – an all-digital 12.3-inch display showing information tailored to the driver’s needs.
Hatchback drivers in the market for their first SUV would find the Q2 an appealing alternative, since they wouldn’t be giving up on the performance and handling values of a sporty supermini. For couples looking for a versatile and refined family vehicle, with a spacious and stylish cabin, this crossover should be at the top of their ‘to test drive’ list. The Q2 will be available to order in August 2016 with first deliveries expected in November.
|Retail cash price||£30,470.00|
|47 monthly payments of||£299.00|
|Centre Deposit Contribution||£1,000.00|
|Optional final payment||£13,653.40|
|Total amount of credit||£23,453.00|
|Total amount payable||£34,733.40|
|Total Amount Payable by Customer||£33,733.40|
|Option to purchase fee (Payable with optional final payment)||£10.00|
|Rate of interest||5.84% fixed|
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