Both cars come in the different price range. With the introduction of the new petrol engine and by skimping on some features like a reverse parking camera, paddle shifters and the higher resolution instrument cluster screen, Audi has managed to keep the low entry price for the Q3 range similar in the hopes of attracting a few more buyers. But really the pick of the bunch is the new diesel. It’s much more pleasant driving experience, is quattro equipped and also doesn't skimp out on features that the petrol misses. If you feel that the badge on the car is worth sacrificing some creature comforts for, and you’re sure you will never feel the urge to mash that throttle pedal, and with no one wiser that your pride and joy is slightly lacking in displacement, the petrol (five lakhs cheaper than the diesel) may make enough sense.On the other hand, the BMW X3 makes a great case for itself as the midsize luxury SUV to go for in its segment. Unlike the previous generation, the X3 is on par with the competition in terms of the luxury quotient, interior space, gadgets and a comfortable ride without compromising on BMW’s driving dynamics. And with the addition of a petrol engine, the X3 is even more desirable. If you like a sharp handling package, but can’t see beyond the economies of the diesel burner, then look no further. But, if you want a complete package of handling and performance, 30i would be a good pick.Do take a test drive before the final call. Check out the nearest authorised delaership details.
For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest authorized service centre as they will be the better people to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service centre and selecting your city accordingly - Service centre.