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June Neary tries the Audi Q7
Added 30th January, 2015
You could drive an S5 for the whole of its motoring life without suspecting the beast that lies beneath its bodywork. Some owners will - and that's a pity for this Audi's split personality can also promise a remarkably agile driver's car.
True, it isn't quite as track-focused as a BMW M3, but then, it isn't as expensive to buy or to run either. As an ownership proposition, it's quite simply a more complete choice that sounds great, looks brilliant and is quite beautifully engineered. Audi's S badge always delivered a special experience. In this case, it's a properly sporting one too.
Mercedes and BMW say that you've to pay a considerable amount for shattering 5 second rest-to-sixty performance. With those two brands, such speed must often also be accompanied by crippling fuel consumption and appalling, tax-heavy emissions. Audi reckon differently and in 2008, wheeled out this MK3 model S4 as perfect proof. Here's a car that makes perfect sense in such a wet country as ours. With all wheel-drive traction and a whole raft of electronic safety measures, it's effortlessly secure, offering fewer of the heart-in-mouth moments that often accompany a combination of big power, damp roads and an enthusiastic approach.
That's not to say the S4 is a fuddy duddy that's forgotten how to entertain. Learn to drive the car properly and you'll be able to use more of that power more of the time than you ever thought possible. It's so addictive that only the realisation of quite how much Optimax unleaded you've burnt per session could possibly quell the temptation to repeat ad infinitum. Overall, if you're thinking of buying a potent sports saloon of this kind from this era, say a BMW M3, a Mercedes C63 AMG or a Lexus IS-F, then the S4 is an alternative you must try. If common sense prevails once you have, it'll be a hard car to ignore.
Audi's second generation A5 Cabriolet looks offers more of the same virtues we've comes to expect from the marque's open-topped cars. Jonathan Crouch reports.
The world's fastest diesel SUV from the 2012 to 2016 period? You'd never know it from a casual glance, for this SQ5 is as subtle a sporting car as you could ever want. You have to look hard at the details - the quad exhaust pipes, the wider wheels and tyres and the silver-toned trim - to see there's something special here.
Very special in fact. It's pretty hard to think of a single car of this kind from this period that can do so much so well. This one's quick, composed, economical, well-built, discreet and practical. As long as you're aware of its necessary limitations, it's even got a generous measure of fun fitted as standard.
If you feel that you're owed something special - an indulgence if you like - but don't want to look like a mid-life crisis on wheels, an Audi SQ5 TDI could be exactly what you're looking for. It has all the outward trappings of measured responsibility with a slightly demented dressing of excess included. Nobody needs a car like this but drive it and you'll definitely want one. That much is guaranteed.
Audi's A8 has long been the big saloon to choose if discretion and understatement work for you. Is that still the case? Jonathan Crouch looks at what's on offer from the fourth generation version.
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