By TIM NICHOLSON24/02/2017AUDI’S decision to price its all-new Q2
crossover in similar territory to its slightly larger Q3 crossover stablemate
was a bold move.There is a risk that the new kid could cannibalise
sales of the ageing Q3, and there is the risk of buyer confusion by offering
two similarly-positioned vehicles.But after a drive in the new
German-built baby SUV, it is clear that the two models could not be more
different.And given the continuing SUV sales boom Down Under, the only
problem is likely to be whether Audi can keep up with demand.Click here for the full review...
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