Audi Q3 Lease

Best Audi Q3 Personal & Business Lease Deals

An Audi lease deal is the perfect choice for those who are looking for a high-end SUV. With luxury features, sleek designs and a large boot space, it has become a car lease that can be enjoyed for its features and handling, as well as its practical design.

The Q3 has four models, including the RS versions, and four trims. The standard Q3 Estate and the Q3 Sportback, with a choice of Sport, Quattro S Line, Edition 1 and Vorsprung designs. The Sport’s 18-inch alloy wheels are increased to the 20-inches of the Vorsprung. The LED headlights are also upgraded to Matrix for the top trims. The Edition 1 comes with black stylings, and the Vorsprung has the Comfort+Sound Pack as standard, with a Bang and Olufsen stereo. The C+S Pack can be added as an option for the other trims. Other options include a panoramic sunroof, exterior racks and ambient lighting.

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Audi Q3 Estate

Audi Q3 Estate

From £269.64 Per Month

Initial Rental: £3,235.68 inc VAT
Audi’s fully embraced the SUV trend and the Q3 is a great addition to that line-up. Spacious and easy to drive, it’s great around town.
Audi Q3 Sportback

Audi Q3 Sportback

From £312.25 Per Month

Initial Rental: £3,747.00 inc VAT
An Audi Q3 Sportback makes for a great lease, especially for SUV lovers who want something a bit sleeker than the usual fare.

Leasing an Audi Q3

History of Audi Q3

Initially released in 2011, the Q3 had few rivals in the high-end compact SUV market. That this has changed greatly over the years which highlights the success of the range. There have been various updates, facelifts and expansions of the Q3 range since, but it wasn’t until 2018 that it received a noticeable upgrade with the second generation of cars. This included a sleeker Sportback model.

Audi Q3 Engines and Performance

There are two fuel types plus a hybrid to choose from for the Q3. The engines are relatively economical, returning between 33 mpg to 49 mpg. The 35 TFSI is available with a six-speed manual gearbox, or the seven-speed S tronic automatic transmission. It produces 150 PS of power from the 1.5-litre engine. The 40 TFSI edition has only the S tronic transmission and provides 190 PS of power from a 2.0-litre engine. The 2.0-litrediesel engines include the 35 TDI available with a manual or automatic gearbox, and provides 150 PS of power, while the 40 TDI has 190 PS of power.

Audi Q3 Features

The Audi Virtual Cockpit offers a 10-inch touchscreen interface that allows access to various parts of the car’s technology. These include the stereo system, sat nav, parking sensors, cruise control, lane assist and collision detection.

Audi Q3 Servicing and Warranty

Audi offers a three-year/60,000-miles manufacturer’s warranty. Servicing of your Q3 should be carried out every year to ensure maximum performance.

Related Ranges from Other Manufacturers

For rival alternatives, the classy Mercedes GLA is a luxurious SUV in a similar price bracket as the Audi Q3. If you're looking for something with more power then check out the BMW X1 which is considered a practicality SUV whilst being very sporty.

Finding an Audi Q3 Lease Deal with LeaseFetcher

LeaseFetcher is a leasing offers comparison website which allows you to filter each search according to features that are relevant for you. These may include annual mileage, initial payments, specs and model type. All results are displayed from BVRLA brokers across the UK.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is it to lease an Audi Q3?

Contract hire pricing is made up of a myriad of elements, including your mileage, model type, such as a coupe or hatchback, and contract type, whether it is a business or personal lease. This allows you to minimise costs by only accessing the features you need. Be aware of excess mileage charges before signing a contract. Road tax is also included.

Is it better to buy or lease an Audi Q3?

Buying a  new car can be an enormous financial undertaking for most, and car leasing can be a cost-effective alternative. You won’t have to worry, for example, about the potential of 40% depreciation within three years.