Audi Q2 crossover available to order

  • New Audi crossover available from £20,230
  • Economical petrol and diesel models on offer
  • First models arrive from November 2016

The new Audi Q2 is available to order now with the first UK models set to arrive in November 2016. Prices for the new model – which slots into the Audi range below the Q3 off-roader – currently start at £22,380, with buyers able to choose between SE, Sport and S Line trims.

Prices for new Audi Q2 start at £20,230

An entry-level three-cylinder 1.0-litre petrol version will join the range at a later date, dropping the entry price to £20,230. At the other end of the scale will be a range-topping Edition #1 version, available from September onwards and costing £31,170 upwards.

Standard kit across the range includes smartphone connectivity, 16-inch alloy wheels and autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian recognition. Meanwhile, options will include Audi’s digital dials, which can display sat-nav maps across the whole width of the driver's screen, wireless phone charging and a head-up display.

Engines on offer will include the 1.0-litre petrol unit, a 150hp 1.4-litre petrol, a 115hp 1.6-litre diesel and a 2.0-litre diesel in 150hp or 190hp tune. Manual and automatic transmissions will be available for all engines – barring the manual-only 1.0-litre – as will Quattro all-wheel drive on the more powerful models. An all-wheel drive turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol will arrive from mid-2017.

Claimed economy of up to 64.2mpg

The most efficient model is the 1.6-litre diesel, which returns claimed economy of 64.2mpg, with CO2 emissions of 114g/km – meaning BIK charges of 22 percent and annual car tax of £30. This model can also accelerate to 62mph in 10.3 seconds.

The turbocharged 1.4-litre petrol will be cheaper to tax, however, with matching road tax charges but lower 20 percent BIK. Claimed economy stands at 54.3mpg, while the 0-62mph sprint takes just 8.5 seconds.

Sat-nav standard on Sport, S Line and Edition #1 models

SE models include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, electric and heated door mirrors, and Bluetooth connectivity. Meanwhile, Sport models gain a seven-inch sat-nav system, 17-inch alloy wheels, selectable driving modes, cruise control, automatic headlights and windscreen wipers, along with cloth sports seats.

S Line models, on the other hand, feature sharper exterior styling details, 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights plus cloth and leather sports seats, along with a multi-function steering wheel and brushed aluminium trim.

Edition #1 cars feature unique grey paintwork, with 19-inch alloy wheels, black exterior styling detailing and leather front sports seats.

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