04-25-2008, 07:46 AM
<i>There's an underfloor storage area in the boot - the luggage space is 19cu ft (540 litres), rising to 55cu ft (1,560 litres) with the rear seats folded.</i>
wow..the 2.0L TDI gets over 40mpg... 3.0L TDI gets 36mpg combined ... are these in US gallon measurements?<ul><li><a href="http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/main.jhtml?xml=/motoring/2008/04/26/mnnew126.xml">http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/main.jhtml?xml=/motoring/2008/04/26/mnnew126.xml</a</li></ul>
04-25-2008, 01:45 PM
Not sure about the math here, but if the US gallon is 20% smaller, then the 3.0 should get close to 29 mpg in the combined cycle. The 2.0 number would translate to around 32 mpg. Does that sound right?
04-25-2008, 04:50 PM
would see nothing but waiting lists, and dollar signs in their eyes.
Any idea as to ground clearance? Considering as a replacement for my allroad.
04-30-2008, 12:13 PM
<i>3.2 FSI with 270HP and 243tq from 3000-5000rpms
18" forged wheels standard and up to 20" optional
Tiptronic 6speed no S-tronic
A sensor tells the ESP system if a Roof Rack has been mounted
The numbers speak for themselves: The Audi Q5's climbing capability of 31 degrees of incline is exceptional. The overhang angle is 25 degrees thanks to the short front overhang. The ramp breakover angle, determined by the wheelbase, is 17.5 degrees. Ground clearance is an impressive 20 centimeters (7.87 inches), with a fording depth of up to 50 centimeters (19.69 inches) when driving through water.
The excellent navigation system boasts a high-resolution monitor for new, three-dimensional representation of maps. The hard disk from which the system reads can also save music files in MP3 format. HDD drive and real time traffic.</i>