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The Audi A3 has recently been voted as the “Best Car For The Money” by US News and World Report. The A3 was part of the small luxury car division of vehicles being judged. The award will be officially given to Audi at the Chicago Auto Show later this year.

The panel of judges considered several points about each vehicle to determine the winner. The Audi A3 ranked first in each area. This is very significant since it is unusual for a vehicle to place first in each designation.

So what makes the A3 the best choice in small luxury vehicles? The judges ranked it a top pick for the following reasons:

Affordable Luxury

The Audi A3 gives its owner every luxury found in the full size sedans offered by Audi. Many car manufacturers produce more affordable vehicles under their brand name, but they also reduce amenities and the overall quality of the vehicle. Audi has not done this with the A3. Judges found the car to be very sporty in appearance, come equipped with many advanced technologies, and be very affordable to operate based on its fuel efficiency.

Premium Features

The A3 has all leather seating with heated front seats, climate control features that allow both driver and passenger to adjust their own settings, a panoramic sun roof, xenon headlights, LED taillights and daytime running lights.

The Audi A3 also has a four cylinder turbocharged engine, a five speed transmission and is an all-wheel drive vehicle. This makes the sporty little car fast and gives it superior handling.

Technology

The dashboard is impressive and provides drivers with all the relevant information they need in an easy to read manner. The car also has two USB ports for easy charging while you are driving. Of course, the car comes with a variety of driver assistance technologies.

As with every Audi, the A3 is equipped with the pre-sense front sensors. Buyers can also choose rear cross traffic assist and the Audi virtual cockpit. Touch and smartphone integration options are also available in the Audi A3.

Audi has stated that not all features are available on all models of the A3 and that some of the smartphone integration will only work with compatible devices. Audi further stated that some of the integration systems may also require the downloading of an app to your smart phone to work. It is very important that you compare your device for compatibility with the Audi systems. To truly appreciate the technology in an Audi, take a look at one at Audi Of Tucson.

Design Quality

Improvements to the interior and exterior design of the A3 have also made the judges take notice of the car. Comfort levels for passengers and the driver have significantly improved over the former design, and the outside appearance is sharp and sporty for a small car.

The Audi A3 is a very sharp little car that provides a very good value for your money if you are seeking luxury in a compact car. Overall, the car is very affordable, provides luxury amenities, and has superior fuel efficiency. This makes the car not only affordable to purchase, but also affordable to operate.

A Look At The Audi Q5

Audi has redesigned their luxury compact Q5 for 2018. They’ve used a brand new platform, given it more power and better fuel efficiency. The new Audi Q5 also has more rear seat space, a quieter cabin and a smoother ride. Plus, more of Audi’s advanced safety features now come standard. Advanced safety features like forward-collision warning as well as low-speed automatic emergency braking are also available.

The powertrain of the 2018 Audi Q5 has been improved as well. The SUV is now powered by a smooth, energetic 2.0 liter, four-cylinder 252-horsepower turbocharged engine. That upgraded engine in paired with a brand new, seamless, quick-shifting 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission which took the place of the 8-speed automatic transmission Audi had on previous Q5 models. The new pairing combined with the vehicle’s now standard all-wheel-drive enable the 2018 Audi Q5 to quickly respond and go from zero to sixty a full second faster than before. To see what kind of power we are talking about, you can take one for a spin at Audi Of Tucson.

Those upgrades help the 2018 Audi Q5 to improve its fuel economy significantly over previous models. It now gets an EPA rated 25 mpg in combined highway and city driving. Plus, its firm suspension soaks up the roadway bumps and the vehicle’s easy steering control, nimble handling and gentler ride make driving the new Audi Q5 a very enjoyable experience. Want an even snappier ride? You can get the SQ5 which comes with a new 354-horsepower, turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission for more get up and go.

Inside, the new Q5 has an uncluttered interior which features high-quality materials, high-tech controls and a high-mounted screen for its MMI infotainment system. Add the Navigation Package and you get Audi’s innovative virtual cockpit which displays the information for navigation, audio, phone and more on an easy to see and access color screen. The new audio system comes with Apple Carplay and Android Auto compatibility as part of the 2018 Audi Q5’s standard equipment. The eye-catching interior reflects Audi’s latest design themes and makes using the upgraded systems and controls a breeze.

The front seats are firm and well-padded and the driver’s seat has four-way lumbar adjustments and an array of other power adjustments. The back of the SUV’s tall entryway makes getting into the rear seat easy. There’s lots of headroom in the new Q5 and a well-placed lever lets the rear seatbacks recline. There’s also a beautifully finished cargo area with a study cover behind a power liftgate that’s standard equipment. There’s also an available hands-free opening/closing system.

The Audi Q5 has a host of standard safety features. They include forward-collision warning as well as low-speed automatic emergency braking featuring pedestrian detection. Several other optional advanced safety features like adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist are also available. Choose the Premium Plus or Prestige packages and rear cross-traffic warning and blind-spot warning come standard.
The Navigation package comes with 19-inch wheel and other extras.

For $42,475 you can get the base model 2018 Audi Q5. The sportier SQ5’s pricing starts at $55,250.

The Audi A8 is the 2018 World Luxury car. That declaration was made on the last day of the recently concluded ‘The Road to World Car Journey’ at the 2018 New York International Car Show. This is the ninth time AUDI AG has emerged victorious in the prestigious World Car Awards. The company had previously won the title of World Car of the Year with its Audi A3 in 2014 and in 2005 for the Audi A6. Audi is clearly a cut above when it comes to automotive excellence. To how much Audi is the winner and how much the company dominates, take any Audi for a spin at Audi Of Tucson.

The four titles it won for World Performance Car, in 2007 for its Audi RS 4, 2008 for the Audi R8, in 2010 with its Audi R8 V10 and in 2016 for the amazing Audi R8 Coupe, and winning the 2007 and 2008 awards for World Car Design of the Year, has long establish Audi as an auto industry leader. This latest award is simply confirmation of Audi exalted place as a leader in automotive innovation. In a statement AUDI AG said their flagship model winning ‘is a special honor’. One that recognizes the new automotive engineering standard the Audi A8 sets with its broad-based electrification, technically advanced automated driving and innovative touch control system.

This year the Audi A8 beat out the Porsche Panamera and the Porsche Cayenne to win the coveted title of World Luxury Car. The World Car Awards began handing out the award which acknowledges higher-priced premium models in 2014. The finalists for this year’s award were announced earlier this month in Geneva. An international jury of 82 of the top automotive journalists representing 24 countries chosen for their expertise, credibility, influence and experience vote for the top vehicles.

The Road to the World Car process started in September 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany. In October, the program held a Tokyo Test Drive for the first time. Jurors got the opportunity to evaluate the vehicles at the BMW facilities in Tokyo Bay. In November a record 35 jurors of The Road to the World Car spent 6 days conducting “L.A. Test Drives”. The finalists selected to be in the “Top Three In The World” were made public at the Geneva Motor Show. The journey of Road to World Car ended with the winners from every category being announced in New York at the 2018 International Auto Show. KPMG, an international accounting firm, tabulated the ballots of the jurors.

Launched in 2004, the World Car Awards is a top automotive awards program. The awards identify the auto industry’s ‘best of the best’. It’s among the honors automakers covet most. World Car Awards guided by a Steering Committee made up of the pre-eminent automotive journalists representing Europe, Asia, and North America recognizes automotive innovation and excellence. They consider factors like the effective use of autonomous driving technology, acoustic and thermal management, the weight and functionality of components, production processes, sustainable transportation trends, electrification, Artificial Intelligence and connectivity to improve the vehicle’s performance and the comfort and enjoyment of the occupants.

2019 Audi A6: What You Need to Know

The 2019 Audi A6 is the eight generation of a vehicle that was first introduced in 1994. Now, the premium mid-sized sedan is in a class all by itself. It’s a potent blend of style, sportiness, comfort and technology that’s opulent yet affordable. And Audi is taking the A6 to an entirely new level with the 2019 version of the vehicle. There are styling changes on the outside, the interior layout is brand new, it has an entire suite of new connectivity and convenience features, standard Quattro AWD traction, a wide array suspension set-ups and a powertrain that has had a mild-hybrid upgrade.

Audi describes the 2019 A6 as a luxury class multitalent. It comes in a wide array of configurations and body styles. It’s powered by a TFSI V6, 340 horsepower, 3.0 liter engine which delivers 390 pound-feet of torque. The A6 has a top speed of 155 miles per hour and goes from zero to 60 in an impressive 5.1 seconds. Plus, it comes with either a 7-speed or an 8-speed automatic transmission. Whether you want the 7-speed or 8-speed, you can check either out at Audi Of Tucson.

The vehicle has reshaped headlight housings, a wider, shorter single frame grill and a sharper, more aero-efficient exterior style. This creates a handsome profile with its long hood line, the sporty, forward leaning roofline slopes towards the tail. It has a long wheelbase, short overhangs and bulky rear fender flares that give the A6 a more muscular look. The trunk lid spoiler is curved and improves aerodynamics. There are many optional elements on the new Audi A6. They include HD Matrix LEDs, 14 different color options and an array of sport and design packages.

The interior design of the 2019 A6 looks great. Audi has added two 10.1 and 8.6-inch easy to operate touchscreens on the totally new dash and center console to replace the myriad buttons that control the vehicle’s driver assistance functions. The high-end materials like leather seats and wood paneling throughout the vehicle to give it an upscale look and feel. Plus, the new Audi A6 has all the latest safety and connectivity technology. When it comes to infotainment, the upgraded A6 features a premium Bang & Olufsen audio system.

The interior isn’t only comfortable, the back also has cargo room measuring in excess of 18.7 cubic feet. Opt for Audi’s all-digital MMI navigation plus package and you get a 12.3-inch virtual cockpit digital readout behind the steering wheel with speed and navigation information. Plus, it also provides a heads-up display which projects more info on the new A6’s windshield, haptic acoustic feedback, intelligent voice control and fully customizable onboard systems.

The improved systems also offer optional smart search, custom navigation, real-time traffic info and a digital key feature for remote start and unlocking and locking the doors. There’s even hazard info, traffic sign recognition as well as an on-street parking service that utilize the Audi fleet’s ‘the swarm intelligence network’. There are also a whole host of other optional features. The futuristic, techno-cool 2019 Audi A6 truly is an amazing automobile.

Auto industry experts waited with baited breath at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show to finally get a look at Audi’s newly developed production version of it e-tron SUV. The e-tron is the badge Audi is using for its soon-to-be-released line of electric vehicles. The company had debuted a prototype of the e-tron SUV when it unveiled the new Audi A6. But the gathered press were shocked and bemused when Audi didn’t unveil the e-tron SUV, but instead announced it had put 250 e-tron prototypes covered in camouflage on the streets of Geneva, Switzerland. While some have caught glimpses of the vehicles, no one is 100% sure what Audi’s electric SUV looks like. While the company is still working on prototypes, if you want to check out an Audi vehicle, head to Audi Of Tucson.

Audi, which had previously used the e-tron name on its plug-in hybrid A3, will force the automotive world to wait until August to officially unveil its new electric SUV with a 311-mile range. However, sharp-eyed automotive enthusiasts in the know already have a little inside scoop on the e-tron SUV test fleet released on Geneva’s streets covered in a conspicuously designed camouflage black and orange in color. The prototypes are powered by three electric motors which combine to produce 320 kW or approximately 429 horsepower. The trio of motors create an electronic version of the Quattro all-wheel drive system Audi developed.

A rechargeable battery pack powers the motors. The battery pack can be recharged in 30 minutes at fast-charging stations and gives the e-tron SUV enough power to travel about 311 miles. Over the next few months Audi is expected do public tests on the 250 e-tron SUV prototypes on four continents and cover more than 5 million miles before its big reveal of its production model later in the year. The vehicle will be tested in a variety of climates and terrain and use a several different charging standards in order to evaluate its real-world viability.

Audi will enjoy all the social media buzz that the attention-grabbing special e-tron camo covered vehicles will generate without divulging the new vehicle’s design details. The company has signaled that the actual production version of the e-tron SUV will be revealed at an event to be held in Brussels later in the year. At that time the company disclose precise details related to the e-tron SUV’s performance, specific range, packaging and pricing. Deliveries of the EV for the 2019 model year are expected to begin at dealerships around the country by the last quarter of 2018.

Sources described the e-tron SUV, Audi’s first purely electrically powered vehicle, as a sporty, premium SUV with a roomy interior, comfortable seating for five and lots of room for luggage similar to other Audi luxury-class vehicles. The e-tron SUV goes from 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds, its top speed is 130 mph and it produces 590 pound-feet of torque. The vehicle has a large singleframe grille flanked on either side by slim headlights and can deliver a strong performance on a variety of terrain. The e-tron SUV is produced in a Brussels carbon-neutral plant.

A Look At The 2018 Audi TT

The 2018 Audi TT RS is among the top German sports cars. This is the first year for the RS version of the Audi TT. It features a powerful DOHC 20-valve turbocharged inline-five, 2.5-liter 400 horsepower engine. The front fascia of the RS has large flared out intakes that allows for more airflow. It also has a purposeful wing and in the back there are large-caliber oval exhaust outlets. The all-wheel drive 2018 Audi TT RS delivers 354 pound-feet of torque, goes from zero-to-60 in an amazing 3.2 seconds and zooming along at 119 miles per hour, it flies through the quarter mile in 11.6 seconds. Plus, it looks cute as a button, but has the soul of a lion. By checking one out at Audi Of Tucson, you are sure to see how great the 2018 Audi TT really is.

The brand new Audi TT RS has a base price of $65,875 and a long list of exceptional options. Those options include the Dynamic Plus package which features carbon-ceramic front brake discs, as well as a stiffer Sport suspension. Its Technology package adds a navigation system and a premium Bang & Olufsen sound system. When buyers opt for the Black Optic package they get the menacing blacked out mirror caps and exterior trim. There’s also an exhaust system with black tips and a very loud button.

When it comes to interior styling, the 2018 Audi TT RS has one of the nicest sports-car interiors. Audi’s little coupe has black leather seats with red contrast stitching set around diamond-patterned perforations. Plus, it’s fastidiously detailed. The contour changes and line breaks have new materials and finishes setting them off. This provides a peek at the seating surface’s red underside. There are even red bands on the edges of the seatbelts in the RS’ Design package. Even the in-dash air vents are specially engineered. Audi incorporates all those things and the coupe still looks sleek, cool and powerful.

The 2018 Audi TT RS is 165 inches long, 72.1 inches wide and 52.9 inches in height, has a wheelbase of 98.6 inches and a curb weight of 3,255 pounds. This all-wheel drive vehicle has a smooth shifting 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission combined with the market’s only high-performance quintuple engine with immediate and monstrous thrust and a top speed of 174 miles per hour. The vehicle averages 22 mpg in city driving, 19 mpg on the highway and it rides on a Sport’s tuned suspension featuring perfectly balanced struts, coil springs as well as anti-roll bars that let’s drivers feel the road.

This sporty, good looking coupe is comfortable, ergonomically designed, has ample cargo space and lots of excellent features and amenities. Both its interior and exterior styling are impressive and the vehicle is fun to drive. With the 2018 Audi TT RS, the German automaker has an impressive car. One that’s a dramatic departure from previous iterations of the TT and it’s a great accomplishment. This vehicle is no prima donna. While it’s stylish and technologically advanced, it offers a combination of great looks, good feel and excellent performance few vehicles can match.

A Peek At The 2018 Audi S4

If you want a perfectly good car, check out the 2018 Audi S4. This car checks all the boxes. It’s well-made, practical, safe, reliable and affordably priced. Industry analysts can’t find a negative thing to say about it. It boasts a 354-horsepower V6 engine mated with an eight-speed transmission and features all-wheel drive. This makes the S4 perfect for safely and comfortably traversing city and country roads. Plus, Audi offers a host of technological and aesthetic conveniences you can add for little or nothing. And its $50,900 starting price is a lot less than its closest competitors. Check one out at Audi Of Tucson, and you are sure to see that it’s much better than the competition.

The 2018 Audi S4 is a perfect example of the ideal modern luxury sedan. It offers comfort, practicality, reliability and safety, is aesthetically pleasing and as technologically advanced as a space ship. It far outclasses the top luxury cars of the past. The vehicle’s attributes of style, safety and capability are contemporary virtues in an automotive world where bland standardization and look-at-me frivolity across segments and brands has become the order of the day. That’s even true for car companies celebrating 70 to 100 years in the industry.

Its turbocharged, V6 3.0-liter engine delivers 354 horsepower along with 369 pound-feet of torque. The S line marks Audi’s entrance into the sport market. And the 2018 S4 delivers performance that’s better and more engaged than anything BMW and Mercedes is offering in its class. This vehicle is a sporty upgrade on Audi’s $36,000 A4. The more dynamic-looking version of the S4 is Audi’s coupe, the 2018 S5.

The 2018 Audi S4 produces 164 more horsepower as well as increased pound-feet of torque of 133 compared to the A4 model. This enables the 2018 S4 to go from zero-to-60 in 4.4 seconds and go as fast as 155 miles per hour at top speed or 130 mph using all-weather tires. Plus, whether in low gear or punching it on the highway, the S4 is smooth and quiet unlike some competing sports models. The 2018 S4 also gets an impressive 30 mpg in highway driving.

The steering in this five-person sedan is firm, the brakes are effective and the vehicle is a capable, dutiful, tasteful, daily driver that’s not flashy. The updated interior is the vehicle’s most exciting feature. It has a flat-bottomed, three-spoke steering wheel, LED interior lighting, auto-dimming lights and a panoramic sunroof that all come standard. Adding the technology package gives you navigation, a system providing side and rear crash-avoidance and Audi’s Virtual cockpit with its 12.3-inch information cluster displaying audio, phone, infotainment and navigation facts digitally and in one place.

The seats in the 2018 Audi S4 are delightfully firm, have a massage function and power-operated side bolsters all standard. There’s lots of headroom and legroom and the interior feels, light, airy and uncomplicated. The split-folding rear seat back adds to the trunk’s 13 cubic feet of space and makes stowing and transporting groceries, sports gear and even appliances a breeze.

The 2018 Audi S4 is the perfect modern luxury sedan.

Audi has recently given the public a peek at its second-generation 2019 A7 and there are lots of reasons to like this vehicle. The sleek-looking fastback has some pretty cool technology that includes very clever lights as well as cutting-edge driverless tech. The front grill has radar and lidar sensors and it looks great even from behind with its distinctive rear LED lights. Inside, the automobile features Audi’s latest version of their MMI infotainment system and the rear wing has a crease above it which elegantly holds the fuel filter. This Sportback doesn’t just look good, it’s practical as well. While it’s a practical car, you may want to push it to its limits, and taking one for a spin at Audi Of Tucson should be in order.

Audi has included many details from its 2014 Prologue concept car in the new Audi A7. That could include matrix LED headlights which contain some very clever laser spotlights, if it gets NHTSA approval. This type of lighting technology is one of the new A7’s key features. This helped to make it stand out at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this year. The new 2019 Audi A7 is a gorgeous automobile. It also has the class-leading infotainment system, level 3 autonomous driving capability and advanced headlights found in Audi’s flagship A8 sedan.

The new A7 also has the convenience of four doors as well as a hatchback and coupe-like elegance and styling seen on the Audi Prologue concept in 2014. The 2019 A7 is low, wide and has flared rear-wheel arches, but at 16.3 feet long and 6.3 feet wide, it’s a big car. And Audi uses that space well. Compared to the outgoing model, it has more legroom and, thanks to headlining bump-outs, more headroom as well. With 18.9 cubic feet of luggage space with the seat up, the trunk is huge. Fold down the rear seats and the new A7 has 49.i cubic feet of luggage space.

The lights on the 2019 Audi A7 are among its most striking features. The LED lights in the front and rear go through an intriguing animated cycle when you start up the vehicle. According to Audi, the headlights’ 12 lighting segments mimic the 0 and 1 binary digits. Its laser spotlights project much farther than conventional high-beams. Plus, the driver can control the shape of the matrix LEDs beams right down to each individual pixel. This allows for the use of full beam without oncoming drivers being blinded. However, there are some Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard and NHTSA regulations the headlights must pass before they can be used in the U.S.

Still, the vehicle’s vast roominess in the luggage compartment, innovative new lighting technology, sleek styling, convenience getting in and out and the new infotainment system with its two haptic-feedback touchscreens and other advancements make the 2019 Audi A7 and excellent choice. While the new driverless technology and headlights still have a few regulatory hurdles to overcome, this bigger, more beautiful, technologically advanced vehicle has a growing number of buyers very excited. All those helpful upgrades mean many people will want to own the second-generation 2019 Audi A7.

The 2018 Audi S5 Sportback is a fashionable and quick automobile. The four-door hatchback also combines the comfort, convenience and sleek looks of Audi’s S4 sedan and S5 coupe. The vehicle is powered by a 354 horsepower, 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 engine and delivers an impressive 369 pound-feet of torque. Standard equipment also includes the A5’s 8-speed, smooth-shifting automatic transmission. Add Audi’s Quattro all-wheel-drive system, excellent acceleration and strong performance and its easy to see why a growing number of people love this sporty little automobile.

This Sportback also has many other benefits. Its hatchback body offers added versatility, behind its back seat the 2018 Audi S5 Sportback has cargo space in excess of 22 cubic feet. Plus, the vehicle looks good, is very practical, gets good gas mileage and has Audi’s cutting-edge technology throughout. Add its tenacious grip, stirring styling, soul stirring powerful engine, excellent fit and finish and affordable price and it looks like a lot more young folks will be driving these roomy, stylish, technologically advanced Audi S5 Sportbacks in the coming years. To see an Audi in-person, head on down to Audi Of Tucson. Here, you can check out a 2018 Audi S5 Sportback or any other great Audi.

Audi has made a number of upgrades to the S5 Sportback for 2018. The vehicle is built on a wheelbase that 2.4 inches longer than its two-door counterparts. It’s hatchback body style gives it more versatility. The latest version of Audi’s forced-induction V-6 engine working in tandem with an eight-speed automatic transmission now powers the vehicle. Together they produce 21 more horsepower and 44 more pounds-feet of torque than the supercharged V-6 powered S5 coupe and convertible that preceded it. With more room and power and better styling the 2018 Audi S5 Sportback’s a very attractive automobile.

There are a number of trims and options people can choose to make the 2018 S5 Sportback even more attractive. The Premium Plus trim adds a number of excellent features. They include a 7-inch infotainment screen, three-zone automatic climate control, leather seats and front seats that are heated and have a massaging function. If you upgrade to the Prestige trim for an additional $4,400 you can get even more niceties. Some of those additional upgrades include a heads-up display, Audi’s Virtual Cockpit with its digital gauge cluster, an 8.3-inch infotainment screen complete with navigation, plus a 360-degree camera.

The base price of the 2018 Audi S5 Sportback is $55,375. That’s about $3,000 more than Audi’s S4 sedan and $200 less than the price of the company’s S5 coupe. You can also add the Driver Assistance package which features lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control and automatic high-beam headlights for an additional $1,800. The S Sport package with torque-vectoring rear differential, adaptive dampers and red brake calipers costs $2,500. For another $350 you can also get rear side airbags. When you add all those cool upgrades to the cost of the 2018 Audi S5 Sportback, the total price is $64,425.

If you are looking for a vehicle with all the bells, whistles and advanced technologies you want, plus roominess, cargo space, style and power, this is the vehicle for you.

The 2018 Audi Q5 and Q7 are two very popular, technologically advanced automobiles. They are known for their comfort, versatility and superior performance. Now comes word that the vehicles have recently been judged to have prestigious five-star safety ratings as well. According to the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, both the 2018 versions of the Audi Q5 as well as the Q7 were so impressive in their testing, they give them five stars, the highest ratings possible.

In order to achieve such a high safety rating score, both Audi’s Q5 and its Q7 underwent testing under the New Car Assessment Program run by the NHTSA. The five-star overall rating is based on the results of frontal crash tests, side crash tests, as well as a rollover resistance evaluation. Both the vehicles showed the ability to provide their occupants with the highest level of protection possible should the automobiles be involved in an accident. The testers at the NHTSA were so impressed with the way the Q5 and Q7 performed in the tests, the gave them the highest rating, five stars.

For car buyers for whom their safety and the safety of their vehicle’s occupants is of paramount importance, a five-star safety rating pushes the 2018 Audi Q5 and Audi Q7 to the head of the class. These vehicles already stood out because of their luxury features, performance, handling and technological advancements. However, they also have driver assistance systems that are designed to help drivers better and more safely navigate the roads regardless of the traffic and weather conditions. These driver assistance systems give drivers and increased level of peace of mind. To check out an Audi Q5 or Audi Q7 and see how they work for you, head to Audi Of Tucson and take one for a drive.

The 2018 Audi Q5 and Q7 both have the excellent standard Audi pre-sense basic. This system can help to prepare the vehicle to better protect the occupants from impact. When the vehicle’s systems determine that there is an impending collision, they close all the side windows as well as the panoramic sunroof. The pre-sense system also pretensions the safety belts in the front seats. In addition, when the Q5 and Q& are traveling at up to 52 miles per hour, the standard Audi pre-sense city is able to detect both stationary vehicles as well as pedestrians. The system can cause the vehicle to come to a stop to prevent a potential collision.

Both the 2018 Audi Q% and the Audi Q7 can have the available Audi pre-sense rear. This system can help to monitor traffic that is following the vehicle. It then initiates similar actions to the Audi pre-sense basic. The available Audi side assist system uses LED indicators located on the housing of the exterior mirrors to provide blind spot monitoring. These two systems are very effective and are part of the reason why the 2018 Audi Q5 and Q7 received their five-star ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

That five-star rating has helped to make the Q5 and Q7 become more attractive for people in the market for the best family vehicle possible.