Audi Q5, a SUV has 4 versions available in India all 4 are Diesel cars. It comes in 7 colours, namely, Florett silver, Ibis White, Monsoon Grey, Mythos black, Scuba blue, Teak brown, Walnut brown. SUVs are in trend in the Indian market as families here often like to go out with all the members. A car with five seats is an ideal car for Indian families, and thus, they often tend to buy SUVs instead of a hatchback. Indian families look for space as well as luxury these days. The models of luxury have been started in India with the companies like Mercedes-Benz, Audi and BMW. Audi is widely known for its quality interiors that give us the look of complete luxury. The solid crossover is larger in size and is higher than the hatchbacks. Audi Q5 is one such car which has gathered immense appreciation from the Indian buyers. The Audi Q5 came in 2009 and since then has been an excellent choice as an SUV. The car provides luxury as well as all the other features of an SUV.
The Audi Q5 comes with a lot of thrilling features. The single edge grille looks very sophisticated. The headlights of the Audi Q5 are fully xenon plus with LED daytime running lights and they are even spontaneous. It has LED taillights and front and rear fog lights also. The car has power-adjustable and heated exterior side mirrors that add to the overall look of the car. It has Flat-bottom dual exhaust outlets that come with polished tips. The car has many more features attached to its name like Aluminium roof ends, power tailgate and heated windshield washer nozzles. The car also has LED turn indicator lights that are combined with the exterior side mirrors. The car comes with the big wheelbase and rising edges that add to its appearance from the side of the car.
Interior & Features
The car comes with a lot of technologies attached to its name. With features like different zone automatic climate control, a four-spoke multifunction steering wheel, enlarge and tilt adaptable steering column and very decorative interior inlays the car truly exhumes technology and sophistication. The car has illuminated locking glove section and leather wrapped shift knob. It also comes with dual front sun blinds with lighted pride mirrors. The car has eight holders for cups and bottles. The Q5 also comes with power windows that come with pinch shield. The windows can be closed off and on at any moment with just one touch. It has back cargo cover that slides when the tailgate is opened. The car stores a lot of luggage and is pretty spacious. It has the Audi MMI central regulator too.
The cars come in two engine variants that are the diesel and petrol version. There is a 2litre 4-cylinder intercooler unit that is turbocharged. The engine gives us a 200 bhp of power and a maximum of 350 NM of highest torque that starts from the 1500 RPM and goes all the way to 4200 RPM. The other version, the V6 turbo diesel, relocates 3 litres and produces 240 bhp and a 510 nm of torque. Both of the engines are reproduced to a 7-Speed S-Tronic transmission and perpetual Quattro all-wheel drive. The car can reach 0-100 km at a time of 6.5 seconds only which is pretty impressive. The top speed of both of the versions is close to 225 mph. The car consists of the smaller version of the engine that is installed in the Q7.
The 1968 cc Diesel - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 14.16 kmpl.
Performance and Handling
The car delivers very high performance with its engine. The car has a decent grip on the road. The SUV offers well-weighted steering that helps in the control of the car. The Q5 also has free maintenance rack and is provided with a pinion created electromechanical power. The car also has a reliant speed control and all these makes the handling better in the Q5.
The car has competition from the SUVs of BMW such as x5 and x6. But at the present it is widely in competition with the BMW’s x3 and Mercedes Benz M Class. Lexus NX V also is a tough competition. +Read Further