This SUV can go anywhere
User review on Audi Q5 written by Abhiran Sharma on 22 January 2015
Abhiran Sharma's review on Audi Q5 30 TDI Premium Edition
Year of Manufacture : 2014 | Driven no. of Kms. : 8821
- Pros: Loaded with electronic components
- Cons: Artificial steering feel
Everyone knows that Indian roads are disaster and according to me most of the vehicle have definitely faced suspension system failure and I also have faced the same problem. After struggling so many years I decided to buy a sports utility vehicle. According to my point of view everyone knows that there is no competition with Audi Q5, so I bought it. By the end of this month it would be nine months of my purchase of Audi Q5 and swear to god I haven’t faced any difficulties in terms of suspension system at all. That might because of heavily build and tough nature and their no doubt that engine under the hood of Audi Q5 is producing some good amount of power which allows me to tackle off road conditions. There is a universal rule in nature that everything which have pros will also have some cons, so does Audi Q5 have. There is not good steering feedback which destroys confidence and if I neglect this problem then Audi Q5 is a good choice.