2015 Audi Q3 priced from $32,500 in the United States

Article by Christian A., on August 1, 2014

Audi announced that the front-wheel-drive 2015 Q3 will start at $32,500 in the United States, excluding the $925 destination charge. If you want the model fitted with the Quattro all-wheel-drive system, you need to pay $34,600, excluding $925 destination charge. The 2015 Audi Q3 Prestige (FWD) model costs $46,400, while the Quattro model is priced at $38,500.

Prices do not include the $925 destination charge. Each model is powered by a 2.0-liter TFSI engine that generates 200 hp, bolted to a six-speed Tiptronic transmission.

Audi offers as standard the distinctive exterior lightning that includes Audi xenon plus and LED daytime running headlamps but also LED taillights. As an option, there is the Sport Package that includes new sport seats, shift paddles and the Audi drive select.

Inside, the Audi Q3 offers plenty of space for five passengers and comes as standard with dual-zone automatic climate control, available power tailgate and interior LED lightning. MMI Navigation plus is available as an option and offered with a 7.0-inch display.

The MMI Navigation Plus features the Audi connect infotainment system (included in the Prestige model) and brings Wi-Fi connectivity for up to eight devices and Google Earth maps. Prestige models get the 14-speaker, 465 watt Bose Surround Sound System.

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