The Q5 is Audi's smallest entry in the SUV/crossover market. The Q5 is similar in length and width to the A4 sedan on the outside, with a couple of more inches of legroom on the inside. Under the hood, the Q5 equips either a 2.0l turbocharged four-cylinder engine (211-bhp) or a 3.0l V6 (272-bhp). Audi's quattro all-wheel-drive system is standard on all models. A drive select system allows the driver to control characteristics of the active suspension, steering, transmission and engine performance. When equipped with the four-cylinder engine and eight-speed automatic, the all-wheel-drive Q5 is rated at a respectable 20 / 27 (city/hwy). With pricing starting in the mid-thirties, the Q5 is a relatively good bargain in its segment.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|Q5 2.0T Premium ||2.0l I4 T (220-bhp) ||A8 ||AWD ||20/27/23 ||58 ||$40,900|
|Q5 2.0T Premium Plus ||2.0l I4 T (220-bhp) ||A8 ||AWD ||20/27/23 ||58 ||$43,150|
|Q5 3.0T Premium Plus ||3.0l V6 S (272-bhp) ||A8 ||AWD ||18/26/22 ||56 ||$46,400|
|Q5 3.0T Prestige ||3.0l V6 S (272-bhp) ||A8 ||AWD ||18/26/22 ||56 ||$53,200|
|Q5 SQ5 Premium Plus ||3.0l V6 S (354-bhp) ||A8 ||AWD ||17/24/20 ||63 ||$53,300|
|Q5 SQ5 Prestige ||3.0l V6 S (354-bhp) ||A8 ||AWD ||17/24/20 ||63 ||$60,800|