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Audi Q4 e-tron pros and cons

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53 pros, 14 cons in 1 articles by 1 users

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    Audi Q4 e-tron 50 quattro - great performance and spaciousness, interesting price 9.7

    test drive of Audi Q4 e-tron 50 quattro 2021

    • very rigid body

    • very good crew space in front and rear

    • very good power of 220 kW and 460 Nm of torque

    • excellent interior sound insulation from external noise, best of the trio Q4 e-tron, ID.4, Enyaq

    • responsive all-wheel drive

    • excellent safety (5 Euro NCAP stars)

    • good balance of buttons, knobs: not all touch screen ergonomics

    • decent power consumption

    • regular OTA (over-the-air) software updates, without the need to visit a service center

    • powerful regenerative braking - saves conventional friction brakes

    • acceleration to 100 km/h in 6.1 s

    • very good brakes - measured 100-0 km/h - 35.5 m

    • large 12 inch digital instrument cluster

    • sufficiently large and regular luggage compartment (520 l, 1490 l folded down)

    • comfortable front seats with very good lateral guidance

    • natural higher seating position in the rear - the seats support the thighs well

    • excellent build quality, nothing creaked on uneven surfaces

    • very quiet electric drive

    • city consumption 18 kWh, i.e. a range of 430-450 km

    • pockets in all doors can hold one-litre bottles, unfortunately no longer 1.5 litres

    • highway consumption of around 24 kWh, i.e. a highway range of 320 km

    • MIB3 infotainment speed

    • colour head-up display

    • space under the boot floor - for charging cables, but the front boot (frunk) would be better

    • two large, sturdy bag hooks in the luggage compartment

    • 125 kW charging only, but apparently will soon be increased via OTA update

    • quattro version has a worse turning circle than the rear-wheel drive version (11.5 vs. 10.2 m)

    • uncomfortable chassis (21-inch wheels + sport chassis at extra cost), I would recommend smaller 19 or 20-inch wheels

    • doesn't have a front trunk like the e-tron's bigger brother -- at least a small trunk for cables would be handy (if the rear trunk is completely full it's more practical)

    • voice assistant does not understand some basic commands

    • "piano" glossy plastics in some places in the interior - impractical, soon scratched

    • top speed 180 km/h (electronically limited)

    • kerb weight over 2200 kg

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  • See Tech Specs - Audi Q4 e-tron

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