- 44,300 Miles
- Year Built: 2012(12)
Here we have an Amazing Specification Audi Q3 Quattro (All Wheel Drive) 2.0 TFSI (211Ps), with S-tronic Automatic gearbox finished in the Outstanding Phantom Black Pearl Effect Paint with Upgraded Full Grey Milano Leather Seats. First registered 5th March 2012, It has travelled a low 44,300 Miles with 3 Owners from New.
Rare Higher Power Output 2.0 litre TFSI Engine, 211PS, (ULEZ Complaint) twinned with the renowned Optional S-Tronic Semi-Automatic Gearbox and Optional Quattro 4WD System, (£29,265 List) 0-60 is a respectable 6.9 Seconds, Top Speed of 143 mph and a claimed combined 36.7Mpg. Great to use in all weather.
Drive Train Price Equivalent –
- S-Tronic Automatic Gearbox (£1,710)
- Quattro (All Wheel Drive) (£1,430)
- 211Ps Engine (£1,390) (over the 170Ps Model)
Rare Huge Cost Options List –
- 19X8.5j 5 Spoke Offroad Alloys (£1,450) – Fully Refurbished with Recent Premium Tyres
- Xenon Light Package (£1,150)
- Xenon Plus Headlights
- Adaptive Front Lights
- LED Rear Lights
- Headlight Wash
- LED Interior Light Package
- Panoramic, Tilt and Slide, Glass Sunroof (£1,100)
- Full Titanium Grey Leather Interior (£795)
- Electric Front Seats (£765)
- Audi Parking System Plus Front and Rear Sensors with Visual Display (£650)
- Phantom Black Pearl Metallic Paint (£525)
- Satellite Navigation (£495)
- Privacy Glass (£360)
- Heated Front Seats (£260)
- Audi Sound System (£255)
- Cruise Control (£225)
- Electronic Lumbar Support Front Seats (£195)
- Colour Driver Information Display (DIS) (£120)
- Auto Dimming Rear View Mirror (£100)
- Space Saving Spare Wheel (£75)
- Cost Options Totalling £8,520!! New Price £38,000!!
Standard Specification Includes :
- Q3 SE Body Styling with Body Coloured Bumpers and Signature Silver Grille
- Contrast Finish Arch and Lower Door Trims
- Front Fog Lights
- Dual Tailpipes
- Audi 6.5 Colour Multi Media System
- Audi MMI Multi Media Interface
- Bluetooth Phone Integration
- Audi Concert CD and SD Card Slot
- Drivers Display with Trip Computer
- Dual – Zone Electronic Climate Control with Air Con
- Front centre armrest
- Electric Windows
- Auto Lights and Wipers
- Fitted Carpet Mats
Full Extensive Audi/Specialist Service History, Serviced Jul 13 @6,475 Miles, Mar 14 @10,208 Miles, Feb 15 @16,552 Miles, Feb 16 19,671 Miles, Mar 17 @26,202 Miles, May 18 @34,364 Miles, Aug 19 @41,698 Miles and Drive train Fluids Changed December 2019 @44,286 Miles at Audi. All 4 Wheels Fully Refurbished with recent premium tyres all round, just had new discs and pads all round for its new owner.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, a pre-delivery workshop check is also carried out before a car leaves us for its new owner and a HPI Clear Certificate is also provided too of course.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Excellent Finance packages available for Business users and Private purchasers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges welcome too of course.
“What the Press Say”
When Audi launched the Q3 at the end of 2011, it couldn’t really fail. The Q7 and Q5 were hits with buyers, and with premium compact SUVs all the rage it was clear from the outset that the Q3 would be another success for the brand. Offered with petrol or diesel engines and in most cases with a choice of front or four-wheel drive and manual or automatic gearboxes, the car provided something for everyone.
The Q3 arrived in November 2011 with a 2.0 TFSI petrol engine in 168bhp or 208bhp forms, or a 175bhp 2.0 TDI diesel. The latter two engines were offered with Audi’s S tronic dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Some Q3s have more options fitted than others, so work out exactly what you’re buying. But cars without a lot of options aren’t exactly spartan; even the entry-level SE has 17-inch alloys, Bluetooth, dual-zone climate control, a 6.5-inch multimedia screen, electric windows all round, automatic lights and wipers, and rear parking sensors.
As you would expect, fit and finish inside the Q3 is excellent, along with the materials chosen. The dash is a model of clarity, plus the seats are comfy, although the interior ambience is very conservative. Rear-seat legroom is tight, but boot space is decent, at 460 litres with the back seats in place, or 1,365 litres when they’re folded. Comfortable’ is the word that springs to mind. The ride is just right if you spend a lot of time on the motorway: its not too harsh and soaks up most bumps brilliantly. The lightweight steering makes parking easy, too.
Theres very little wrong with the Q3. It looks the part and has the desirable image that most will want.