The second generation Q5 brought a better ride, along with more space and power, yet fuel economy has also improved. Lots of high-tech features have been added alongside a variety of standard advanced safety features. Taken together, it is one of the most well-rounded models in its class. The standard 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine produces 248 horsepower; for 2021 it gets 13 more hp.
Audi Q5 Road Test

The second generation Q5 brought a better ride, along with more space and power, yet fuel economy has also improved. Lots of high-tech features have been added alongside a variety of standard advanced safety features. Taken together, it is one of the most well-rounded models in its class.

The standard 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder engine produces 248 horsepower; for 2021 it gets 13 more hp. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission plays a supporting role, and this setup helps the Q5 feel responsive and accelerate to 60 mph in a scant 6.8 seconds. Yet, it manages a decent 24 mpg overall.

The engine is smooth and energetic in normal driving, emitting a polished growl when pressed hard. Shifting is quick, smooth and direct, but the transmission can exhibit a slight delay from a rolling stop.

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The Premium Plus version strikes the right balance, since it comes with panoramic roof, front heated seats with memory, full LED headlights and front and rear parking sensors. The base Premium trim comes with forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking standard along with a power tai...
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