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Audi SUVs FAQs

Audi's mid-size SUV is the Q5 – it measures just under 4.7m long.

The Audi Q3 tends to rank higher than other Audi SUVs in ownership surveys, while the Q7 tends to do least well.

There's no doubt that Audi servicing costs are in-line with other premium German brands – which is to say they can be expensive. There are always alternatives to main-dealer servicing however, so have a search for local independent garages if you want to lower your maintenance costs.

Audi tends to have a mixed bag when it comes to reliability, with some models such as the new A3 presenting frequent problems, while others – the previous-generation A3, and the Audi Q2 – topping reliability surveys. The brand finished 24th out of 29 brands in a 2020 Warrantywise reliability survey.

 The common theme, however, does seem to be that very few owners have to pay money to get their cars fixed, with Audi picking up the costs in most cases.

Yep, and you can spot a hybrid Audi because it'll be called 'TFSI e'. The SUV options are the Audi Q3 TFSI e, the Q3 Sportback TFSI e, the Q5 TFSI e and the Q5 Sportback TFSI e.

Audi has two fully electric SUVs at the time of writing – the Q4 e-tron and the Q8 e-tron. Both are available in regular SUV bodystyles or 'Sportback' coupe-SUV looks. There's also a fast dual-motor version of the Q8 called the SQ8 e-tron.

The Q7 is Audi's biggest SUV, and it measures just over 5m in length. It can seat seven people, however.

It depends on your needs, but most families will be well served by the Q5. It has loads of boot space, plenty of rear-seat space and a high-tech cabin that feels high quality. Larger families should check out the Q7 for a bigger boot and the option to have seven seats, while those without need for such a large car can do little wrong with an Audi Q2.

That'd be the Audi Q2, which measures just 4.2m long.

By and large, yes – Audi SUVs are good cars. They don't drive quite as sharply as rivals from BMW, but there's a lot to like about Audi interior quality and classy-feeling infotainment systems. Audi SUVs also tend to come with reasonably efficient-yet-powerful engine choices. 

Audi SUVs all start with the letter Q, and they are the Q2, Q3, Q4 e-tron, Q5, Q7, Q8 and Q8 e-tron.