The facelifted Audi Q5 has landed in Australia. We test the entry-level diesel variant to see what's changed.
Audi's Q5 has been updated with new tech and standard inclusions, but the price has moved, too. In theory, though, the additions have made a good thing even better.
The Audi Q5 50 TDI's blend of luxury and performance makes it a compelling proposition in the luxury-SUV segment.
Competitively priced with more power than its competitors, the new top-spec diesel Q5 should definitely make your shopping list.
As the entry-level version in the 2017 Audi Q5 range, the 2.0 TDI design model doesn't set any new benchmarks – but that could be exactly what you want.
While it may not look all that different, the all-new Audi Q5 brings with it a revitalised driving experience and loads of technology.
Audi has pulled out all stops on its new-generation Q5 to ensure it regains its market-leading position against some stiff competition. Is it enough?
Redesigned and enhanced for 2017, Audi hopes the Q5 can continue its incredible sales success in Australia. Clever tech additions as well as styling tweaks ensure the new model stays fresh.
At a time when the term Sports Utility Vehicle has depreciated into nothing but a generic catchphrase for a high-riding station wagon, the Audi Q5 TSFI quattro is one SUV that still embodies the label’s true sporty spirit. Armed with the same potent 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine as the current Golf GTI, but with considerably more torque on tap (350Nm to the Golf’s 280Nm), the Audi Q5 is no slouch...