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Second-generation Q3 remains a good car but is rough around the edges when it comes to engine and gearbox

The second-generation Audi Q3 compact SUV is launching in a marketplace a world away from the one the original version entered in 2011. 

Then, the Q3 was one of a rare breed. Now that the segment has exploded, not only does the Q3 now have a plethora of rivals – the Volvo XC40, Range Rover Evoque and Mercedes-Benz GLA for starters - but also its own baby SUV sibling. 

Gone is the first-generation bulbous crossover and in its place is a chiselled vehicle looking to play a more serious SUV game, at least in styling terms

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