The modelRead full Audi Q5 review
The Q5 is a fine choice if you're after a big, posh SUV and don't need seven seats. It's smarter inside than a BMW X3 and better to drive than a XC60. Go for entry-level Sport trim if you want the most comfortable ride.
The trimSee full equipment
Entry-level Sport trim gets you 18in alloy wheels, three-zone climate control, part-leather seats (heated in the front) and cruise control. It's well worth a look but, if you can, we'd recommend upgrading to S line.
The engineSee full engine specs
Assuming you’re willing to consider a diesel these days, the 40 TDI is a brilliant engine. It's effortlessly strong from low revs and the acceleration arrives smoothly and progressively as the revs rise.
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