I can see that happening, audi seems good when it comes to value and being a new vehicle, maintenance and reliability shouldn't be too much of a concern.Q3 is a small luxury crossover, should be a good competitor to the NX, doesn't look as good, but if the price is right and it's full of features, it should be good, still have to wait for reviews and US specs.
Yea Joe Agreed, Q3 offers a ton of great kit right from base...Q3 is a small luxury crossover, should be a good competitor to the NX, doesn't look as good, but if the price is right and it's full of features, it should be good, still have to wait for reviews and US specs.
Wow, you've known about the NX for 2 years! I've known about it for 2 months. If $ is too high for my taste, I'll get me a 2013 Santa Fe sport 2.0 T, I was planning on getting me a new one then, but my wife had just lost her job, so I couldn't do that, now I'm good financially, but I won't get me a crossover the size of an RAV4 if it's 45K total.I've been waiting for the NX for more than 2 yrs. From the initial info coming out it looks like Lexus will be pricing this with a starting price in the 36k range. For me that is too high a price point. I bought my first RX nicely loaded for that.
If this is the case...... I will be driving a new Q3 soon.
10 inches for real? I'm not doubting you it just seems like a drastic dichotomy especially for vehicles competing in segment...I priced out a Q3 on the Audi site. With nav, all wheel drive, blind side assist and rear view camera - around 38 thou and some change. Don't think that included shipping. And it is 10 inches shorter than the NX.