With a bold single-frame grille, striking roofline and sporty spoiler being focal points, the eye-catching concept portrays the strength and style the all-new AUDI Q2 is now in India. The Audi Q2 is your entry ticket to own an SUV from the Q Family of Audi.
The Audi Q2 is the smallest member of the Audi Q Family has been on sale in the international markets for more than 4 years now. Audi will be retailing the Q2 in the Indian market via the CBU route, which in turn has taken the prices high than expected.
The all new Audi Q2 starts at an introductory price of INR 34,99,000 (Ex-showroom) and is offered with complimentary “Peace of Mind Service Plan” for 5 years with 2 + 3 years extended warranty and 2 + 3 years Road Side Assistance.
The Audi Q2 gets 5 distinct trims that are priced as follows –
|Model Name||Ex-showroom (in INR)|
|Premium Plus I||44,64,000|
|Premium Plus II||45,14,000|
|*Panoramic glass sunroof available at an additional @ INR 1.5 Lakhs.|
The Audi Q2 is built for any need and feels right at home anywhere, in the city or outdoors. It’s powered by a TFSI 2.0-litre petrol engine that produces a healthy 190hp and 320Nm of torque and is mated to a 7-speed S Tronic automatic transmission. It can propel from naught to 100kmph in 6.5 seconds, not bad!
This is a car that provides excellent driving dynamics and Audi Drive Select courtesy, with Progressive Steering, and the critically-acclaimed Audi Quattro all-wheel-drive that guarantees full grip and traction levels at every patch of the road and off-road.
The question lies there because of the pricing. The Audi Q2 being a CBU attracts a lot of taxes including import duties which in turn increases the on-road price. So, the base Standard variant comes on-road at something around 40Lakhs!
In some cities like Bangalore where the road tax stands at peak (something around 20%) the top-end, ‘Technology’ trim reaches a whopping 60Lakhs, which in our humble opinion is too much.
So, the Audi Q2 could be your choice if you need a luxury crossover with all-wheel-drive and if not, we would advise staying away from the Q2 till Audi India decides to locally produce the Q2 which hopefully will bring the prices down.