The Audi Q2 is the most compact, attainable SUV in the German marque's portfolio
The Q2 has more car-like styling than other Audi SUVs
It counts the ever-popular Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and Peugeot 2008, and sought-after Mini Countryman as its rivals
The Q2's style references the 'side blades' of the attention-grabbing Audi R8 supercar.
Engines range from a 1.0-litre petrol to a 2.0 litre diesel, which is available with quattro four-wheel drive
Based on the Audi Q3 hatchback, the Q2 is optimised for life on the road
Ride quality is more than acceptable on the standard 17-inch alloy wheels
Signature daytime running lights lend the Q2 distinction
The range opens with the SE model and finishes with the Edition#1. All models are well equipped.
Exterior styling upgrades are available as optional extras.
The Q2 is perhaps the most distinctive SUV that Audi offers.
With a dominant grille treatment, the Q2 has serious rear-view mirror presence
The A3-based Q2 has a car-like side profile.
Quattro four-wheel drive is only available with the 2.0-litre diesel engine
17-inch alloy wheels are standard equipment in the UK.
The bulk of the Q3 is broken up by distinctive haunched shoulders
The Audi I-Cockpit system is included in the tempting optional 'technology pack'
The regular analog dials are clear and well presented
Colour-coded contrasting panels can be selected with the Milano leather option.
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