2010 Audi Q5 U.S. pricing released

Audi has released pricing for the 2010 Audi Q5 crossover vehicle, which are headed to authorized Audi dealerships to meet strong consumer demand.

Audi moved sales of the 2010 models ahead a few weeks following a successful sell-down of the previous model-year inventory. Demand for the all-new Audi Q5 has been exceptionally strong since its February introduction to consumers with sales hitting 5,701 so far this year.

The model is in the heart of the Audi lineup and receives upgrades for the 2010 model year. The Q5 Prestige offers an optional Luxury Package.

“Despite the economic headwinds that have affected all premium automotive brands this year, we see no signs of interest lagging in these three models,” said Johan de Nysschen, President, Audi of America. “That’s good news heading into the 2010 model year for our market share in the U.S., which has been hitting record levels. That’s good news for our dealers, who are enjoying the enthusiasm the Audi brand is generating. We need to release these new models early because of our proactive management of unsold inventories and because Audi continues to bring new models to the freshest lineup in the luxury sector. Both trends will continue in the months ahead.”

Q5 3.2 FSI model year 2010 Pricing and Model Changes:
(excluding $825 Destination Charge)

Q5 quattro (Tiptronic) Premium $37,350
Q5 quattro (Tiptronic) Premium Plus $41,400
Q5 quattro (Tiptronic) Prestige $48,850

  • New Fine Grain Ash, Natural Brown decorative inlays (exposed grain, matte finish)
  • New 20 inch five-segment spoke S line wheel (replaces five-double spoke wheel)
  • Audi side assist now standard on Prestige model
  • New Luxury Package for Prestige model – includes leather door armrests and instrument panel top, and ventilated front seats in Milano leather
  • Bang & Olufsen Sound System now available as a stand alone option on Premium Plus model
  • Dakar Beige removed from exterior color program (still available via Audi exclusive)
  • Chrome trim outline on four-spoke multifunction steering wheel (standard)
  • Indirect tire pressure monitoring system (uses ABS wheel speed sensors instead of wheel-mounted units to detect air loss.
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