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2021 Audi Q3 pricing and specs detailed: Volvo XC40, Mercedes-Benz GLA, BMW X1, Lexus UX and Mini Countryman rival now costs more to buy

The Q3 has become more expensive range-wide.

Audi Australia has increased the pricing of the second-generation Q3 small SUV.

The wagon body-style’s entry-level 35 TFSI variant is now $650 dearer, at $47,600 plus on-road costs, while its mid-range 40 TFSI and 40 TFSI S Line versions have become $750 and $700 more expensive, at $55,200 and $60,650 respectively.

Similarly, the coupe-like Sportback body-style’s entry-level 35 TFSI S Line variant has risen by $650, to $51,100, while its mid-range 40 TFSI S Line version has jumped up $700, to $63,050.

Meanwhile, the range’s RS Q3 flagship has moved $1200 upmarket, with the wagon variant moving to $91,100, while the Sportback version has shifted to $94,100.

For reference, the 35 TFSI variants are motivated by a 110kW/250Nm 1.4-litre turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine, which pairs a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with front-wheel drive.

The 40 TFSI versions step up to a 132kW/320Nm 2.0-litre turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine, which matches a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with Audi’s quattro all-wheel-drive system.

While the RS Q3 has the same transmission-drive combination, its engine is a performance-focused 294kW/480Nm 2.5-litre turbo-petrol five-cylinder unit.

2021 Audi Q3 pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
35 TFSI wagonautomatic$47,600 (+$650)
40 TFSI wagonautomatic$55,200 (+$750)
40 TFSI S Line wagonautomatic$60,650 (+$700)
RS Q3 wagonautomatic$91,100 (+$1200)
35 TFSI S Line Sportbackautomatic$51,100 (+$650)
40 TFSI S Line Sportbackautomatic$63,050 (+$700)
RS Q3 Sportbackautomatic$94,100 (+$1200)