Audi Q5 Highway Test | Shopper Reports




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  1. BAD QULITY CAR my Q5 2.0T QUADTRO WITH FSH by agent needed engine rebuild due to high oil usage and gearbox work due to mechatronic and clutch failure both wich was very expensive @ 150 000kms for such an expensive car when we bought it. Is just crazy. Will never invest in another audi product again. ver poor resale value compared to mercs / BMW

  2. @noahsneon I agree, highlighting the hard-to-reach lever for adjusting the steering wheel as a negative is strange. Maybe their goal is to help encourage people to buy the car by making them think if the only negatives are so minor then the car must be great.

  3. GLK is also pretty good c'os my mom drives one, if it was just a bit larger in the interior it'd be a great car.

  4. This guy is a tool, he has no clue,although i guessed that by the way he sat like a child in the middle of the rear seats! really dude,get a grip! I have an 09 2.0 Tdi Sline and return 38-43mpg pretty regular. Yeah its a little bit firm but its a nice drive. This guy should be ignored he should stay sitting in the middle of the rear seats for the rest of his life as punishment!

  5. I have a Q5 that I just picked up 3 months ago. My wife called it our bubble of happiness when we're driving around in it. The reviewer should really check his facts. The hard cover for the cargo is meant to be stored flat against the back seat in front of the wheel wells. I found that in the manual in two minutes. There is just no comparison to the ride and the quality of this vehicle after owning many domestics from Ford, GM and Chrysler.

  6. Do people really sit in the center seat with their feat on the center channel? about 100% of the times I've had people in my car they would share the left and right foot well.

  7. @Annihilator1111 the 2.0 gas didn't come until MY 2011 and we don't get the diesels here.

  8. wtf petty downsides… "aww the steering wheel adjustment is too low" What? Do you change your driving position every day?…. "you have to push the key in to take it out" didn't you stop to think that pushing it stops the engine but keeps the ignition? And what's so difficult about pushing it? Normally you twist the key before you pull it out. So all older cars are "unintuitive"

  9. I hate those fancy keys. Does anyone have a regular key anymore? The whole push twice thing seems like it takes longer than turning a physical key.

  10. lol
    get with the times US
    The Canadian model with KM'H speedometer is perfectly fine

  11. what are bad review ..make sense with stupid things..omg consumer report could you guys do any better..I know this wasn't a TOYOTA ..lol

  12. FYI – the keys are perfectly intuitive, it operates like the push button but better.

  13. The is a spot for the hard cover, you have to slide the back seats forward and it creates a slot in the back behid the seats. It fits right behind and then you can slide the seats back. A bonus is a divider that also comes with it, it is made of a mesh and is suposed to block the rear opening for pets.

  14. @rms1163 Yep, especially less gimmicky with it's gigantic shiny wood panels and fake leather….*sarcasm*

  15. @nottinghamization I have the 2011 Q5. There is also a digital speedometer inbetween the RPM gauge and analog speedo. I don't even use the regular speedometer anymore. But he is right, I find myself thinking I'm going a lot slower than I am based on the angle of the needle as well as how stable the car feels at 80mph +.

  16. This is another great reminder of why I dislike, and do not trust, consumer reports.

    The steering wheel bit for example…I'll adjust it once and then never touch the lever to adjust it again. Why is that a negative for something used so infrequently!?

    Passenger in the Rear Center seat…I'd say it is commonly acknowledge that the person sitting there is in for a short trip only because there wasn't another car to take, etc. So is that really a negative!?

    PUT THOUGHT into your review!

  17. This is another great reminder of why I dislike, and do not trust, consumer reports.

    The steering wheel bit for example…I'll adjust it once and then never touch the lever to adjust it again. Why is that a negative for something used so infrequently!?

    Passenger in the Rear Center seat…I'd say it is commonly acknowledge that the person sitting there is in for a short trip only because there wasn't another car to take, etc. So is that really a negative!?

    BUT THOUGHT into your review!

  18. I disliked this video because the reviewer was unintuitive, you just need to press once while holding on the brakes to turn on the engine…

  19. Drove This, Cadillac SRX, BMW X3, Mercedes GLK, Acura RDX. In MY OPINION no contest – Mercedes all the way. Smoother, quieter, MUCH better fit and finish, less gimmicky inside.

  20. Like "experts" who review movies and have seen so many over time, I think these guys become cynical and whine about the lamest things. The lever to adjust the steering-wheel may be low, but how often are you going to be pulling on it… Just my humble opinion.

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