Sharper than before, the 2020 Audi Q5 manages to mesh up outright interior luxury into a compact crossover. The 2020 Q5 is available for sale with few changes this year. Firstly, the wheel designs of 18 and 19-inch alloys have been refreshed in the Premium trim, while at the same time, the Premium Plus trim gets 19-inch wheels, along with a new Driver Assistance package. The rest of the Q5 specs and features are the same as the outgoing model. The Q5 gets its power from a 252-hp 2.0L turbo-4 engine that helps it sprint from 0-60 MPH in just 5.9 seconds.
2020 Audi Q5 For Sale
Available in over three trims, prices for the 2020 Q5 start from an MSRP of $43,300 for the Premium trim, whereas the top-end Prestige sets you back by $53,700, before the destination charges. Our recommendation out of this varied trim lineup is the mid-level 2020 Q5 Premium Plus, competitively priced at $49,950. Though it has a significant price gap in comparison to the base trim, features to the tune of a panoramic sunroof, head-up display, and plenty more optional packages are added to the lineup.
2020 Audi Q5 Buying Advice
People looking to invest in a Used Audi Q5, can go for the 2018 Q5 MY, which was the first majorly revised SUV in the first year as part of the new generation. Not only does it score high in the performance sector, but it also manages to fare exceedingly well on the fuel efficiency front. Further, the 2014 Q5 and the 2017 Audi Q5, part of the first generation also seem to be the popular choice among the masses.
Further for 2020, the Q5 will also get a plug-in hybrid model with better power figures on offer and also better fuel economy. The Q5's interior is stylish, practical, and comfortable. Passenger space is adequate and the infotainment system is intuitive. With top safety ratings and the best driver-assist features, the Q5 is also a safe ride. However, its reliability is a bit on the lower side. Also for sale in the used car market, the Q5 is a top contender in its class but still, receives rivalry from the Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class, the BMW X3, and the Volvo XC60.