The Audi Q2 has been available in Germany for a few months and is offered with four units, three diesel engines and a petrol engine. The conventional undercarriage inspires and the suspension protects the occupants from bumps. Chassis noises are barely audible on the agile Audi Q2. This model from Audi impresses with a high level of driving safety and precise steering.
This SUV mid-range car consumes an average of 6.6 liters per 100 kilometers.
The compact SUV BMW X1 is the smallest model from the Bavarian manufacturer's X series. This car is available with three petrol engines and four diesel engines and has an output of 231 hp. The compact SUV BMW X1 copes with curves without a side slope. The displacement is two liters. The gears can be changed very smoothly. The average consumption of this mid-range SUV boom is 6.5 liters per 100 kilometers and the top speed is 195 km / h.
The Audi SUV Q3 was first introduced in Germany in October 2011 and is currently the smallest middle class SUV boom and impresses with a
high quality interior. The noble materials are excellently processed. The clear MMI infotainment system is very easy to use. Unlike the other Audi models, the rotary pushbutton is not located in front of the gear lever, but sits on the center console. Sports seats that look absolutely attractive are optionally available. This model is offered with an output of 120 HP to 220 HP.
Hyundai Santa Fe
The Hyundai Santa Fe SUV has been around since 2010 and has been thoroughly revised. You can also choose between front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. This mid-size SUV with seven seats
is 4.69 meters long and 1.89 meters wide. The height of 1.76 meters offers plenty of space in this family car.