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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
S line brings larger 19in alloy wheels, more aggressive bumpers, privacy glass and the fancier matrix headlights. It also allows you to opt for a rear seat package for more flexible seating.
The engineSee full engine specs
Likely to be of particular appeal among company car drivers, the 295bhp 50 TFSI e is just as quick as the 45 TFSI but adds a useful electric-only driving range of up to 37 miles (36 miles in Vorsprung trim).
Coarse engine and laggy infotainment, but a classy interi...
Quiet, comfortable and cheap to buy and run, but there's no se...
A fine large SUV, particularly in plug-in hybrid form
Plus points include sporty dynamics and generous spe...