With SUVs and crossovers being very much in demand right now, Audi has produced a collection of fantastic SUV models. Its range of ‘Q’ cars spans five models, each differing in size, price and other parameters.
Audi currently have 16 SUV models in their range, also known as the Q range, which range from compact SUVs to large 7 seaters as well as the edition of a few electric models.
The Q2 is the smallest in the range, which makes it great for nipping around town, plus the raised driving position means it's adaptable to motorway journeys too. The Q3 is next in terms of size, which offers more space inside and updated appearance. The Audi Q5 and SQ5 are the same in size, but the SQ5 offers a sportier engine that will take you from 0 to 62 mph 2.7 seconds faster than the Q5. The Q7, SQ7, Q8 and SQ8 are the largest in the range, all offering 7 seats and plenty of boot space. The e-tron and Q5 TFSI e are the electric SUV models that Audi currently offer and a great choice if you are looking to make that switch. If a speedy and sporty SUV is what you are looking for then the new RSQ8 could be the model for you, boasting an impressive top speed of around 190mph and reaching 0-62mph in just 3.8 seconds!
The Audi SUV range varies from £22,725 for the standard Q2 to £103,790 for the luxurious RSQ8.
Here are the Audi SUV models and their MPG. The best Audi SUV for mpg in the Q range is the Q2 and Q3 boasting an MPG of up to 48.7. All of Audi's SUV seem to have a similar mpg ranging around the 30's with the RSQ3 being the lowest at 28.8 mpg.
With Audi boasting 3 electric vehicles in the range with the Audi e-tron and e-tron sportback being fully electric and the Q5 TFSI e being a plug in hybrid, fuel consumption for these cars is either limited (a fantastic 117.7 mpg for the Q5 TFSIe) or non however there is an MPGe equivalent.
The Q7 is the most practical car in the Q range. So practical in fact, that it’s offered with seven seats. It has tons of cabin space and a large boot. See the boot capacity of the whole Audi SUV range: