Wednesday, September 30, 2009

2009 Audi Q5 3.2 Quattro Review

Audi has always attracted the attention of car owners and enthusiasts for the right reason. Its sleek design combined with quality engine and superb performance has made Audi among the most anticipated manufacturers every year. In 2009, Audi didn't let the car community down with the 2009 Audi Q5. 3.2 Quatro.
From the outside, the Q5 provides an example of what crossover owners should look for on a CUV. The car comes with a beautiful silver rims with slightly visible interior for a sneak peak of its power. The body has a well combed design but not too much by using bumps on the side.
The car's engine is probably the most impressive from the vehicle. Coming with 6-cylinder 3.2 liter engine, the power of the Q5 is unmistakably noticeable. It's also fuel efficient in its category as it has been rated 24mpg in optimum conditions.

Control and maneuverability of Q5 is very good. You'll feel the car's roar as you push the car to the limit but you'll still feel safe on the inside. The Q5 really takes it seriously when it dubs itself as a "family car" as it will try to appease everyone in almost every road condition.
While the Q5 is a very impressive vehicle, it does have some downsides. Among them is the complicated buttons on the dashboard. There are too many buttons to press before you could reach your preferred FM station or simply to play music. Last but not the least, the car costs more than $50,000 on basic configuration.


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