Audi delivers better value and new options in new Q5.
Despite the models popularity Audi is giving the Q5 some added features as part of a refresh of the luxury SUV.
The newly tweaked Q5 hits Australian dealerships this month, and with it comes up to $3,550 worth of additional standard equipment, including Xenon headlights and 3-zone climate control on 2.0 TDI and TFSI models.
3.0 TDI and TFSI models gain 19-inch alloy wheels and extended paintwork that now colours the lower bumper sections (front and rear) and lower side sills.
The 165kW/350Nm 2.0 TFSI engine is now also Euro 6 compliant and several new options are now also available on the model.
These include Digital radio ($800) and Aluminium/Beaufort Black Audi exclusive inlays for a cost of $2,500.
Audi Australia Managing Director Andrew Doyle says the changes make the Q5 an even better proposition for buyers.
“With almost 12,000 vehicles sold in Australia, the Q5 model is one of the most important models in our line-up,”
“The Audi Q5 is currently the fastest-selling premium SUV of its size in Australia, and now with the additional equipment upgrades we have brought to the car for 2014, we expect that the Q5 will maintain its leading position.”
The Audi Q5 range starts at $62,200.