It was nice to get beyond the dickering that one is always subjected to from car salespeople. Buying from the comfort of home was nice.
HUD windshield bad design
by Ron C from Durango CO
January 10, 2019
The more expensive model with heads up display uses a different windshield that passes excessive passive solar heat and places reflection at eye level driving. Not a good vehicle unless you are working on your tan or need an additional heater. A/C on full when driving on 70 degree day in Colorado.
The personnel were professional and courteous. The service was accurate and prompt.
Recent Q5 Purchase
by Anonymous but Real Buyer from Clearwater, FL
January 5, 2019
Fantastic Car! I think the best value for money in the luxury crossover SUV segment, its real competition is really the BMW X3 (which I did not test drive). Really purchased for its safety features, but plenty luxurious and the drive/engine is fantastic, esp. in sport mode. Granted, first audi (or german luxury vehicle purchase) but could not be more thrilled!
by John Seegel from 2077 Bahama Drive Navarre, FL 32566
November 21, 2018
New Tires were added to the vehicle, that was greatly appreciated!. Disclosure of Med. Level scratches were not identified on cars.com.............Dealership was Friendly and very helpful with the Loan Paperwork! One disappointing thing was only 1 set of keys..................I should have asked for a further discount with only 1 set of keys............My wife was not to happy about that..............
From the BMW Family into the luxury Audi Family!
by TanyaC from Macon. ga
January 2, 2019
I love this vehicle! I have always owned BMWs..so I was hesitant about moving into another vehicle family. I am so glad I did! This car is great! It meets beyond my vehicular standards!
The car-buying experience at Audi Nashville is the best in my 35 years of automobile purchases.
Best Value in It's Class
by JMull from New Ringgold, PA
January 2, 2019
After much research and dealership visits, I found the Audi Q5 to be the best in it's when compared to Volvo XC60, BMW X3, and Jaguar. Jaguar was completely out of price range compared to what was already loaded in the Audi Q5 and had what I believed to be an outdated infotainment system, it was not very user friendly. Although I liked the Volvo and its technology, I felt the design of the car to be underwhelming as well as being a slight grade in finishes below the Audi. As for BMW, the ride was just as smooth as the Audi, however, the BMW did not have the quattro handling system (neither did the rest) like the Audi. The Audi came with the options I wanted at a $2-3,000 less MSRP than the BMW. Also, a BMW with the no run-flat option tire is not readily available on the dealer's lot and has to be searched for or factory built. In all respects, the Audi Q5 just came out on top and the dealers were more willing to make a deal than the other brands.
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