What if you could have all of the Q7’s strengths in a cheaper and more compact package?
Well, that’s exactly what many will be hoping for from the Audi Q5. It’s much cheaper to buy than its bigger brother, costs suitably less to run and yet is still a very practical family car, despite its smaller footprint and lower driving position.
Audi’s MMI infotainment system, with its rotary controller and simple shortcut buttons, is so much easier (and arguably safer) to use on the move than rival touchscreen systems, such as the ones fitted to the Volvo XC60 and Jaguar F-Pace. Only the BMW X3’s infotainment iDrive system is similarly intuitive.
Well, you won’t be short of space in the front of the Q5. The seats move far enough rearwards to afford anyone tall plenty of leg room, and the high roofline offers an equally generous amount of head room, too.
Storage space is copious. Each front door has a sizable door bin that’s shaped to fit a large bottle, and for your takeaway coffee there are a couple of cup holders between driver and passenger. You’ll also find a small cubby for loose keys in front of the gearlever, and a bigger storage cubby behind, underneath the front armrest. Oh, and there’s a good-sized glovebox, too.
As a conclusion, the Audi Q5 is Superb to drive and relatively cheap to run, the Audi Q5 is one of the very best SUVs you can buy.
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