The 2022 Audi Q3 offers an appealing blend of luxury and practicality. A subcompact form factor makes Audi's smallest crossover well-suited to busy streets and crowded parking lots. But despite diminutive exterior dimensions, the Q3 provides ample versatility, with roomy accommodations, flexible cargo capacity, and abundant amenities, including many standard safety technologies as standard equipment.

While the 2022 Q3's most prominent class competitor, the BMW X1, offers a similar driving experience, it doesn't offer as many driving aids. And the technologies it does offer aren't as accessible as in Q3. Since your safety isn't just an option, every Audi Q3 equips your Frankfort or Georgetown commute with numerous advanced safety features like:

  • Audi pre sense® front with automatic emergency braking
  • Audi side assist with rear cross traffic assist
  • Lane departure warning
  • Parking system plus (front and rear acoustic sensors)
  • High beam assist

And by stepping up to the Premium Plus trim level, you'll get additional technologies like Audi active lane assist with emergency assist, Adaptive cruise control with Traffic jam assist, and a Top-view camera system with Virtual 360 view.

The only driver-assist features on the 2022 X1's base trim are collision mitigation and lane departure warning. The X1 offers adaptive cruise control as a standalone option, but it doesn't work down to a complete stop. And lane-keeping assist and a 360-degree camera system are conspicuously absent in the 2022 X1's lineup.

Test-Drive a New Audi Q3 near Nicholasville and Richmond, KY

While the BMW X1 is in short supply in the Lexington area, were' pleased to offer a diverse selection of in-stock Q3 models here at Audi of Lexington, with even more arriving soon. Reach out to us at your convenience for more information about the Q3 and its available features and financing offers. And if you'd like to experience it for yourself, we welcome you to visit us for a test drive. We'll be happy to show you around.

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