Audi introduces new compact SUV
On March 29, Audi dealer Motortec officially launched the Audi Q3 in Costa Rica, in an event held at company offices near La Sabana, west of San José.
Described by the company as a premium SUV for the compact class, the Q3 is already available in 2,000 c.c., with both gas and diesel motor configurations.
With a length of 4.4 meters, the Q3 is visibly smaller than its bigger brothers, Q5 and Q7, and the Q3’s coupe-like lines are a visual expression of its sporty character. Sharp edges, elegantly-arched frame, sheet metal surfaces, and the optional bi-xenon headlights give the Q3 a distinctive presence.
This model is available in 13 colors and offers 5 different bumper customization options.
Prices in Costa Rica for this new compact SUV start from $58,540.
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