Jordan Rimpela
Jordan Rimpela Digital Editor
6/7/19 10:34 a.m.
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The Audi Q5—now in its second generation—has been relatively untouched since its debut in 2017.

Audi must certainly regard the Q5 as its sale leader, as they seem to be firmly planted in the “let’s not rock the boat too much” camp.

From the press kit: “Audi presents another successful model: Sales for the second generation of the Audi Q5 begin at the start of 2017. The SUV with the four rings combines the sportiness of an Audi saloon with a multifaceted character and a highly flexible interior. Whether in its connectivity, efficiency or driver assistance systems – the new Audi Q5 once again sets standards in its segment.”

Seems they're content on not pushing the boat out, then.

Rather quaintly, our tester was a 2018 model Q5, a quattro S tronic with the 2.0-Liter turbo. Base price for our tester was $44,100, with ours ringing the bells at $48,850. Interestingly, that’s cheaper than the 2019 Lincoln MKC Black Label we just had, though the Q5 requires premium fuel. The MKC is happy with the cheap stuff. 

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JimS
JimS Reader
6/7/19 5:04 p.m.

We just replaced our wrecked TSX wagon with a 2018 Q5. Very nice and in our part of NC they are very popular. 

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