Lot 256 - 2013 Audi Q3 Quattro SE (2.0 litre)
The car uses the Volkswagen Group A (PQ46) platform of the Volkswagen Passat B6, the same as the Volkswagen Tiguan compact SUV. The Q3 slots above the Audi Q2 subcompact crossover SUV. Compared to the compact luxury crossover SUV Q5 and mid-size luxury crossover SUV Q7, which are positioned more for family practicality and off-road performance, the Q3 is aimed as more of a lifestyle/sports automobile. Design and development began following board approval in the second half of 2007. Julian Hoenig's design was chosen for production and frozen in 2009. The Q3 shares components, transmissions and engines with amongst other vehicles utilising the PQ35 platform, the Volkswagen Golf, Audi A3 and Škoda Yeti.
This lovely example imported from Japan is presented in black with grey cloth interior. It comes with electric windows to front and rear, privacy glass, air conditioning with climate control, stop/start, keyless ignition and this particular car comes with the more powerful 210bhp engine mated to an automatic transmission. It comes with 10 service stamps up until 2022 and has a mileage guarantee certificate and has just had an oil service. These are great small SUV vehicles which are extremely popular and this example looks superb in its black colour scheme and its ULEZ compliant. Consigned, by James Good
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