Audi Q2 information: everything you need to know if you own it, are thinking of buying one or just want to find out more about Audi’s littlest SUV. Click on the links below for all of CAR magazine’s news, reviews, videos, scoops and spy photos of the Q2 car range.
Audi has expanded its Q-badged range of SUVs and crossovers with its smallest soft-roader yet - the new Q2 launched in 2016. It slots beneath the Q3, Q5 and Q7, making it Audi's fourth 4x4 style model to date. There had been some uncertainty over how the new model would be badged, but Ingolstadt has finally managed to liberate the Q2 - and Q4 - names from the Fiat Group, which owned the name for its former Alfa Romeo four-wheel drive models. For more information on the Q2, click on our further stories on the links below.
Audi Q2 reviews
Here are quick-links to CAR magazine's road tests. Plus use the lists at the bottom of the page for more Q2 stories:
60sec road test
The new Q2 launches in 2016 as Audi’s new competitor in the big-selling compact SUV/crossover market. It’s a play-it-safe design - Audi’s taken no risks here. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The Q2 shares its underpinnings with the A3 but is a full 13cm shorter than the A3 Sportback (and packs a bigger boot with the seats up), as well as being slightly wider to counterbalance its higher centre of gravity.
Interior fit and finish is as slick as you'd expect of an Audi, and the driving experience as forgettable. When it launches in the UK in November 2016 you’ll be able to pick from two petrol and two diesel engines with power outputs matched at 114bhp and 148bhp – though naturally the diesels will be torquier, more economical and more expensive. Both front-wheel-drive and awd Quattro models will be available.
The one we’d buy
The one we’d avoid like the plague
Too early to call
Rivals to consider
Mercedes-Benz GLA, Mini Countryman
Lightweight design, the right car at the right time for the market
Safe styling, ever so slightly forgettable