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The German automaker, Audi with is slogan 'Projection through Technology' stands high with its new heir the Audi Q5. The car is a compact luxury crossover which is manufactured by the German marque since, 2008 and uses the Audi MLP platform. The dynamic crossover slots between the smaller Q3 and the larger Audi Q7 and has attended a major facelift in 2012.
What to opt for: The crossover possesses the prowess which raises the need for insurance of the exterior parts (headlamps, bumper, windshield etc.). The accessories also need to be insured and total part insurance is suggested.
What to opt for: The luxury adding technology and the dependable list of safety features (ABS, ECS, immobilizer, etc.) ensures passenger safety and only the driver cover is suggested. With this, the car doesn't require an essential need for the theft insurance.
|Variant||3.0L TDI Quattro Diesel||2.0L TDI Quattro Diesel|
|Engine (displacement)||3.0-Litre V6 turbo||2.0-Litre Inline 4-cylinder turbo|
|Max. Power Output (kW @ rpm)||180kW @ 4000-4500||130kW @ 4200|
|Max. Torque Output (Nm @ rpm)||580Nm @ 1750-2750||380Nm @ 1750-2500|
|Transmission||7-speed S Tronic||7-speed S Tronic|
|Acceleration 0-100km/h (sec)||6.5||9|
|Fuel Economy (kmpl)||12||12.6|
The car has a tough competition with the equally capable BMW X3 and Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. Considering the overall price, the high maintenance cost and the parts cost of the crossover, an entry level damage insurance proves to be a good choice. However, an invoice cover is always a wise decision.