2010 Audi Q5 3.2 Premium quattro Tiptronic
There are 17 user reviews for the 3.2 Premium quattro Tiptronic trim shown below
- Outsanding Handling & Looks; Great Features standard and options; great on dry, wet or snow;
- High purchase price; Rear Seat too small for 3; Cargo area modest
Purchased As New
Best handling crossover (mid-size SUV) ever - even with comfortable road tires. Drives like a high-performance sport-sedan but hauls like a mid-size SUV. Very comfortable for 4 average size folks - tight for 5 and don't put six footers in the rear seat unless you plan to move the front seat far forward (and there's not really enough space for that). Plenty of head-room - short on knee room. Spectacular Quattro handling in all seasons. Entertainment center provides everything one could want and then some - CD, DVD, memory cards (2 SD Cards) and built-in hard disk as well as MP3 or iPOD (with on-screen control) built-in. Panoramic roof with very large opening sunroof. If you haven't driven a Quattro from Audi on a curvy road (or a highway entrance/exit ramp), you can't believe it until you try it. (Test it in the dry first - but it's great in the wet too). Nav system is very nice (if expensive) but comes bundled with the rear camera and parking assist - both of which are wonderful. Climate control - beautiful leather interior with seat heaters, a must-have if you live anywhere that sees freezing temperatures. There are three trim levels - and I purchased the mid-level and the only features it doesn't have are the keyless stop start - where you can keep your key fob in your purse/pocket (though it does have keyless entry) and the variable/tunable suspension (about $5,000 extra). Don't expect this to be a stealth vehicle. Everyone notices those LED daytime running lights.
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