For consumers who want to reduce themselves from the BMW X1 and Mercedes-Benz GLA, as well as a fancy competitor to the MINI Countryman, the Q2 has a funky design and Audi is generally good quality.

Pay just a little over £ 20,000 ($ 25,640), in the UK, and you could have your own example that looks modern, inside and out, is good to drive and comfortable, especially with the adaptive dampers that soften the ride .

Of course you could put it a bit by ordering a sport suspension and improving the cornering grip with all-wheel drive, which comes along with a 2.0-liter petrol or diesel engine, but the fact, as well with the 1.4 -Liter unit.

On paper, this version of the Q2 51 UK mpg (42.46 US mpg / 5.5 l / 100 km) will return, but in the real world you are at 38.5 UK mpg (32.05 US mpg / 7.3 l / 100 km).

In the cabin, it can carry up to 5 people with just enough rear leg freedom and through-ride height, but the mid-back seat could sometimes be a pain, especially on long journeys.

It is also packed, depending on the model indicated, with the brand Virtual Cockpit, which replaces the traditional dials with a generous digital display, and also gets wireless smartphone charging.

But it”s not all perfect with the Audi Q2, as there are some drawbacks that could make you notice it rather than go ahead and buy it. This includes the wind noise that comes into the cabin and the transmission, which is not so bad at the daily pendulum, but can hurt at the treasure when trying to make low-speed maneuvers.

See what CarWow has to say about this and more in the review, which follows below.