All-in-all the 2015 Audi Q3 is getting praised by reviewers and owners alike. It isn't a perfect vehicle though. One issue that I have read about in multiple reviews is the steering column not being very comfortable for taller drivers. here is what some of the reviews I have been reading are saying.
One area that is a bit annoying is the angle of the steering wheel, which is quite awkward for taller drivers, and may take a lot of seat adjustment to feel comfortable.
The tilt/telescoping steering column wouldn't tilt low enough for our comfort...
This seems to be the one nagging complaint that many drivers have of the Audi Q3. As a tall person myself (6'1") I am nervous that the vehicle will be uncomfortable to sit in because of the steering wheel/column issue.At 6 feet tall, I would have liked more legroom in the driver's seat...
I don't think that this is a huge issue, or a deal breaker, but it is something that I will factor into my decision as to whether or not I buy.
Can anyone comment on how they find the steering wheel and how the steering column adjusts?
I'm also curious if the facelift that is supposed to be debuting in December may try to fix this issue. I may be in luck waiting till after Christmas and getting the face-lifted model which may have tweaked this a bit so its not an issue anymore.