The Audi Q5 is compact luxury crossover related to the Audi allroad wagon, taller and blunter but still with pretty proportions, as well as a clean cabin. The Q5 crossover has carlike curves, akin to Audi sedans and coupes. The base engine is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder making 220 horsepower with an energetic and torquey power delivery, even pulling the two-ton Q5.
The Q5 cabin sets a high water mark for its simplicity, detail, and rich finish. It’s bright and spacious under the panoramic sunroof, it’s luxurious, and it can haul cargo. The center console is wide, maximizing a sense of space and making the driver feel like a pilot. The dash isn’t curvy or claustrophobic, it’s upright and forward. There are too many buttons for the driver, but it looks unified. The optional layered oak trim is beautiful, and gives the dash panel a furniture-like finish.
Build quality is excellent and overall feel tight and refined, although road noise can be an issue with the base engine.
The seats are quite comfy. The seats are high, providing excellent driver visibility, yet there’s plenty of headroom and legroom. In the rear the legroom is also good, although three adults can’t fit comfortably on the rear bench seat, which slides back and reclines so two can nap separated by a fold-down armrest.
The Q5 holds 29 cubic feet with the seats up, to 57 cu ft with them folded, enough for four big suitcases without stacking. There are also many small storage spots.
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