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The 2013 Audi Q5 features a 245-horsepower @4300rpm, 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine with 354 torque@1500rpm.
It features an 8-speed Titronic automatic transmission and features Audi's quattro all-wheel drive system, which
sends about 60 percent of engine torque to the rear wheels under most driving conditions; on slippery surfaces or
for better stability, the system will reapportion torque as needed. The 2.0L also helps to power the new hybrid
model, and is paired with an electric motor. Together, the system is capable of an EPA-estimated 24 mpg city and 30
mpg highway. With car-like underpinnings adapted in part from the Audi A4 sport sedan, the Q5 drives and handles
much like that car, despite its relatively tall cabin.
The Q5 is quite compact on the outside--it's about as easy to park as a compact sedan--yet there's a lot of
passenger space within. Nice, supportive front seats afford a great view out, with a center console that has an
adjustable armrest up top, while there's a surprising amount of legroom in back. The back seats in the Q5 slide
fore and aft to balance the amount of cargo space and legroom, while the seat backs recline; the seats also fold
forward to allow a large cargo space or, when up, there's still a pass-through for long objects. The Q5's long
wheelbase, in addition to helping maximize passenger space, also helps improve ride quality. This Audi Q5 offers a
long list of safety features that includes electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes and hill descent control,
with a special off-road mode for the electronics that allows a little more slip. The stability control system in
the Q5 will recognize when the roof rack is loaded and adjust accordingly