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AUDI Q5 Diesel SUV 40 TDI Quattro S Line 5DR S Tronic [TECH PACK] - £33,850 @ Drive the Deal
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AUDI Q5 Diesel SUV 40 TDI Quattro S Line 5DR S Tronic [TECH PACK] - £33,850 @ Drive the Deal

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Big saving on a brand new AUDI Q5 DIESEL ESTATE 40 TDI QUATTRO S LINE 5DR S TRONIC [TECH PACK] via Drive the deal in metallic paint for £33,850 with the technology pack & S line trim.

Brand new unregistered cars. You will be the first registered keeper and you will be dealing with the Audi dealer directly once an order is placed.

Cars are available from stock for quick delivery in the following colours:

Metallic - Glacier White
The interior features Alcantara/leather in Black with rock grey stitching and trim Inlays in Matt brushed aluminium

This model carries the following features as part of its standard specification

  • 19” ‘5-twin-spoke star’ design, diamond cut finish alloy wheels
  • LED headlights with LED rear lights and dynamic rear indicators
  • S line body styling
  • Multi-function 3-spoke leather steering wheel with paddles
  • High-beam assist
  • Audi Sound System (10 loudspeakers including centre speaker and subwoofer)
  • Audi Parking System Plus
  • Heated front seats
  • Electric folding mirrors
  • In addition to the standard specification, the stock cars available also have the following factory fitted options:

Technology Package, which contains the following equipment features:

  • MMI Navigation Plus with MMI Touch
  • Audi Virtual Cockpit
  • Audi Phone Box with wireless charging
  • Audi Connect Infotainment Services (36-month subscription)

The quoted discounted price includes a £5,000 deposit contribution towards Audi finance. This is conditional on you taking out PCP finance at 6.5% APR Representative.

If you are looking to pay cash for your car then you will only need to add £3,000 back to the discounted purchase price shown.

NOTE - THIS CAN BE WORKED AROUND IF YOU TAKE OUT THE AUDI FINANCE OFFER THEN SETTLE/PAY OUTRIGHT FOR THE CAR WITHIN 14 DAY PERIOD.

All quotes include 12 months road fund licence, a full manufacturer's warranty, and free driven delivery anywhere in England. Quoted prices are valid for cars Ordered after the 13th January 2020 and delivered by the 31st March 2020

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ZapGod25/01/2020 20:05

Yes, the future looks very bleak. Each month some new report or other …Yes, the future looks very bleak. Each month some new report or other blames the tiny particles diesels emit for damaging the brains of children amongst other things. ULEZ expansion in London is only the start of the crack downAlso, this car will sound like an old taxi in 5 years as one of its thousands of moving parts gets out of alignment.I would much rather spend the money on a Tesla Model 3 as diesels have no cachet anymore no matter how nice they are styled.Compared to a Model 3 they are slow, noisy and dirty. If you do a lot of miles you might even get back the extra cost in fuel savings. Assuming you charge at home of course.


I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the savings on fuel costs unless you are doing well over 35,000 miles/year, have solar panels with batteries already and buy it through a company.

This is an excellent deal and I would recommend for anyone in this price range.
Teflon.Don25/01/2020 19:52

I have an Audi A5 Diesel, and think it is a magnificent workhorse. But if …I have an Audi A5 Diesel, and think it is a magnificent workhorse. But if I was thinking of upgrading to something like this, aren't Diesel's being crucified at the moment? Even banned from certain Cities, etc. If it wasn't for all the fuss, my next engine would be diesel.


Yes, the future looks very bleak. Each month some new report or other blames the tiny particles diesels emit for damaging the brains of children amongst other things. ULEZ expansion in London is only the start of the crack down

Also, this car will sound like an old taxi in 5 years as one of its thousands of moving parts gets out of alignment.

I would much rather spend the money on a Tesla Model 3 as diesels have no cachet anymore no matter how nice they are styled.
Compared to a Model 3 they are slow, noisy and dirty.
If you do a lot of miles you might even get back the extra cost in fuel savings. Assuming you charge at home of course.
Thanks bagged a couple
Cracking deal. Whilst I understand the electric car comments it should be noted that batteries are not the most environmentally friendly things to manufacture. Not to mention that nobody really knows how long they will last. If you look at 4-5 year old Nissan leafs you will see the degradation in the battery packs already. A good old fashioned ICE will easily do 15 years provided they are looked after.
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A really Good car!!
I have an Audi A5 Diesel, and think it is a magnificent workhorse. But if I was thinking of upgrading to something like this, aren't Diesel's being crucified at the moment? Even banned from certain Cities, etc.
If it wasn't for all the fuss, my next engine would be diesel.
I looked at this yesterday on Drive the deal its £33850 not £38850
Teflon.Don25/01/2020 19:52

I have an Audi A5 Diesel, and think it is a magnificent workhorse. But if …I have an Audi A5 Diesel, and think it is a magnificent workhorse. But if I was thinking of upgrading to something like this, aren't Diesel's being crucified at the moment? Even banned from certain Cities, etc. If it wasn't for all the fuss, my next engine would be diesel.


Thats what puts me off -Diesel, I'm not going to take the chance I'm going for a Petrol motor myself.
Looks really good - just wondering with all the talk about diesel emissions being bad for the climate , city ban, higher tax etc if its a sustainable buy?
Thanks bagged a couple
Teflon.Don25/01/2020 19:52

I have an Audi A5 Diesel, and think it is a magnificent workhorse. But if …I have an Audi A5 Diesel, and think it is a magnificent workhorse. But if I was thinking of upgrading to something like this, aren't Diesel's being crucified at the moment? Even banned from certain Cities, etc. If it wasn't for all the fuss, my next engine would be diesel.


Yes, the future looks very bleak. Each month some new report or other blames the tiny particles diesels emit for damaging the brains of children amongst other things. ULEZ expansion in London is only the start of the crack down

Also, this car will sound like an old taxi in 5 years as one of its thousands of moving parts gets out of alignment.

I would much rather spend the money on a Tesla Model 3 as diesels have no cachet anymore no matter how nice they are styled.
Compared to a Model 3 they are slow, noisy and dirty.
If you do a lot of miles you might even get back the extra cost in fuel savings. Assuming you charge at home of course.
oh at that price ill buy two to drive round london
Diesel 6 or 7p a litre more than petrol ATM.

I can see that doubling in a couple of years,
ZapGod25/01/2020 20:05

Yes, the future looks very bleak. Each month some new report or other …Yes, the future looks very bleak. Each month some new report or other blames the tiny particles diesels emit for damaging the brains of children amongst other things. ULEZ expansion in London is only the start of the crack downAlso, this car will sound like an old taxi in 5 years as one of its thousands of moving parts gets out of alignment.I would much rather spend the money on a Tesla Model 3 as diesels have no cachet anymore no matter how nice they are styled.Compared to a Model 3 they are slow, noisy and dirty. If you do a lot of miles you might even get back the extra cost in fuel savings. Assuming you charge at home of course.


I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the savings on fuel costs unless you are doing well over 35,000 miles/year, have solar panels with batteries already and buy it through a company.

This is an excellent deal and I would recommend for anyone in this price range.
bob_regis25/01/2020 20:26

I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the …I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the savings on fuel costs unless you are doing well over 35,000 miles/year, have solar panels with batteries already and buy it through a company. This is an excellent deal and I would recommend for anyone in this price range.


Fair play Bob, good comments and great honesty.
bob_regis25/01/2020 20:26

I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the …I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the savings on fuel costs unless you are doing well over 35,000 miles/year, have solar panels with batteries already and buy it through a company. This is an excellent deal and I would recommend for anyone in this price range.


I expect you are right. I charge my Leaf overnight on Octopus go saving about £1600 a year on petrol and wildly speculated on what even higher mileage folks might achieve. You see a lot of road warriors driving these Audis. My point about diesels being slow,noisy and dirty I stand by I am hoping to afford some sort of Tesla in about 3 years time.
Edited by: "ZapGod" 25th Jan
bob_regis25/01/2020 20:26

I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the …I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the savings on fuel costs unless you are doing well over 35,000 miles/year, have solar panels with batteries already and buy it through a company. This is an excellent deal and I would recommend for anyone in this price range.


£49k for a 2nd hand Model X with free supercharging for life?
Shame they're making such a fuss about diesels. For this sort of vehicle they're far better than petrol engines.
Fox_meister25/01/2020 20:22

Diesel 6 or 7p a litre more than petrol ATM.I can see that doubling in a …Diesel 6 or 7p a litre more than petrol ATM.I can see that doubling in a couple of years,


I honestly expect tax on fuel to increase heavily for both fuels if they really want to push EV adoption, it’s an obvious deterrent and way to make the government more money.

Dekard9725/01/2020 20:46

Shame they're making such a fuss about diesels. For this sort of vehicle …Shame they're making such a fuss about diesels. For this sort of vehicle they're far better than petrol engines.


They are. But most people don’t need a 4x4 for the school run, driving to the corner shop or waiting in traffic!
plewis0025/01/2020 20:48

I honestly expect tax on fuel to increase heavily for both fuels if they …I honestly expect tax on fuel to increase heavily for both fuels if they really want to push EV adoption, it’s an obvious deterrent and way to make the government more money. They are. But most people don’t need a 4x4 for the school run, driving to the corner shop or waiting in traffic!


Totally agree, but you won't stop people buying them for just that
Dekard9725/01/2020 20:53

Totally agree, but you won't stop people buying them for just that


Of course! And I don’t judge either. But it reminded me of some of the sanctimonious comments I see from newly-formed EV owners and made me laugh. I just don’t understand why a lot of them, when they get an EV, they have to announce to the world that they have one (probably put it as their profile pic on social media) and then berate anyone who drives a regular fuel vehicle.
plewis0025/01/2020 20:55

Of course! And I don’t judge either. But it reminded me of some of the s …Of course! And I don’t judge either. But it reminded me of some of the sanctimonious comments I see from newly-formed EV owners and made me laugh. I just don’t understand why a lot of them, when they get an EV, they have to announce to the world that they have one (probably put it as their profile pic on social media) and then berate anyone who drives a regular fuel vehicle.


I reminded you of people who write sanctimonious comments? What did I say??
Cracking deal. Whilst I understand the electric car comments it should be noted that batteries are not the most environmentally friendly things to manufacture. Not to mention that nobody really knows how long they will last. If you look at 4-5 year old Nissan leafs you will see the degradation in the battery packs already. A good old fashioned ICE will easily do 15 years provided they are looked after.
bob_regis25/01/2020 20:26

I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the …I have a model 3 and would say that it would be unlikely to make the savings on fuel costs unless you are doing well over 35,000 miles/year, have solar panels with batteries already and buy it through a company. This is an excellent deal and I would recommend for anyone in this price range.


I'm another admiring your honesty as a Model 3 owner..... From sunny rural N Wales!
If you are looking to pay cash for your car then you will only need to add £3,000 back to the discounted purchase price shown. - so an extra £3k on the price?
mechanicalman25/01/2020 21:03

Cracking deal. Whilst I understand the electric car comments it should be …Cracking deal. Whilst I understand the electric car comments it should be noted that batteries are not the most environmentally friendly things to manufacture. Not to mention that nobody really knows how long they will last. If you look at 4-5 year old Nissan leafs you will see the degradation in the battery packs already. A good old fashioned ICE will easily do 15 years provided they are looked after.



Maintaining an EV will cost about one-third the current cost of maintaining a fossil fuel powered car. So over 15 years you would easily save the cost of 2 batteries which are falling in price. of And, don't forget: "Another factor in favor of electric vehicles is that they are far more reliable. The drivetrain in an fossil fuel vehicle contains 2,000+ moving parts typically, whereas the drivetrain in an EV contains around 20.
Fox_meister25/01/2020 20:22

Diesel 6 or 7p a litre more than petrol ATM.I can see that doubling in a …Diesel 6 or 7p a litre more than petrol ATM.I can see that doubling in a couple of years,


Only few pence different most places by me, if anything I can see the price coming down in the future when demand decreases.

As for London's ULEZ that effects older models, I driven my four year old diesel into London twice in the last month without an issue.
Mrlossy25/01/2020 21:17

If you are looking to pay cash for your car then you will only need to add …If you are looking to pay cash for your car then you will only need to add £3,000 back to the discounted purchase price shown. - so an extra £3k on the price?


Take the finance, collect the car, pay it off and pay couple days of interest.
mechanicalman25/01/2020 21:03

Cracking deal. Whilst I understand the electric car comments it should be …Cracking deal. Whilst I understand the electric car comments it should be noted that batteries are not the most environmentally friendly things to manufacture. Not to mention that nobody really knows how long they will last. If you look at 4-5 year old Nissan leafs you will see the degradation in the battery packs already. A good old fashioned ICE will easily do 15 years provided they are looked after.


Tesla battery packs have been tested beyond a million miles and are under warranty for 8 years.
At end of life, the batteries will be repurposed, or the precious metals harvested.
ww.electrek.co/201…em/
Edited by: "cutthroat_jake" 25th Jan
mechanicalman25/01/2020 21:03

Cracking deal. Whilst I understand the electric car comments it should be …Cracking deal. Whilst I understand the electric car comments it should be noted that batteries are not the most environmentally friendly things to manufacture. Not to mention that nobody really knows how long they will last. If you look at 4-5 year old Nissan leafs you will see the degradation in the battery packs already. A good old fashioned ICE will easily do 15 years provided they are looked after.


The Nissan Leaf has an 8 year / 100k Mile warranty on battery. Equivalent or better than most ICE manufacturers engine. Recent long term data shows batteries degrading slower than expected.

Most manufacturers expect a 10 year vehicle life span, and thankfully there are not that many 15 year old cars on the road as older ICE vehicles do not benefit from the advances in emissions technology and emit far higher levels of pollutants.

Hopefully the government will do more to encourage EVs / hydrogen / better public transport.
cutthroat_jake25/01/2020 20:41

£49k for a 2nd hand Model X with free supercharging for life?


Where is this and how old is it?
Great car at a great price, but be mindful the depreciation in the first 2 years would take your breath away. Heat added all the same
New Q5 comes out next year.

It already had a facelift a few years ago so suspect this will be an upgrade to match the bigger Q7.

So i suspect they are shifting the old models out.

There will also be a hybrid/mild hybrid and possibly full electric Q5 too.
Dekard9725/01/2020 21:02

I reminded you of people who write sanctimonious comments? What did I say??


Sorry. Badly worded. Not you at all. I meant the thought process of a 4x4 reminded me of some comments I read elsewhere about oversized vehicles and EVs. No offence intended at all.
All this talk of EV. Whilst I do admire the technology the infrastructure isn't there. If everyone got rid of petrol and diesel car and replaced with EV the electric grids wouldnt cope
Smadmad25/01/2020 22:06

All this talk of EV. Whilst I do admire the technology the infrastructure …All this talk of EV. Whilst I do admire the technology the infrastructure isn't there. If everyone got rid of petrol and diesel car and replaced with EV the electric grids wouldnt cope


Neither would the token charging points at service stations. 4 points at Watford Gap services yet hundreds of cars parked.
plewis0025/01/2020 22:05

Sorry. Badly worded. Not you at all. I meant the thought process of a 4x4 …Sorry. Badly worded. Not you at all. I meant the thought process of a 4x4 reminded me of some comments I read elsewhere about oversized vehicles and EVs. No offence intended at all.


No problem. I was wondering what I had said!
plewis0025/01/2020 20:48

I honestly expect tax on fuel to increase heavily for both fuels if they …I honestly expect tax on fuel to increase heavily for both fuels if they really want to push EV adoption, it’s an obvious deterrent and way to make the government more money. They are. But most people don’t need a 4x4 for the school run, driving to the corner shop or waiting in traffic!


Not everyone can afford higher fuel costs that would be a political killer. Instead provide higher grants for electric vehicle purchases.
Edited by: "afroylnt" 25th Jan
afroylnt25/01/2020 22:12

Not everyone can afford higher fuel costs that would be a political …Not everyone can afford higher fuel costs that would be a political killer. Instead provide higher grants for electric vehicle purchases.


So you don’t want to tax fuel more you want to give more away in grants - funded how? Government budget is already overstretched. There are other ways to combat climate change (if you believe in it directly) - walking/cycling instead of driving, car sharing, public transport, remote working, etc.
plewis0025/01/2020 22:15

So you don’t want to tax fuel more you want to give more away in grants - f …So you don’t want to tax fuel more you want to give more away in grants - funded how? Government budget is already overstretched. There are other ways to combat climate change (if you believe in it directly) - walking/cycling instead of driving, car sharing, public transport, remote working, etc.


Tax on fossil fuels are expected to rise to cover the lost tax revenue as more people move to EVs, and is easily arguable on the environmental and health fronts.

Unfortunately most people are lazy and only change behaviour when financially discouraged from something. A large hike in tax on petrol / diesel is likely the only way to get people to reduce fossil fuel vehicle usage.
edgeone25/01/2020 22:32

Tax on fossil fuels are expected to rise to cover the lost tax revenue as …Tax on fossil fuels are expected to rise to cover the lost tax revenue as more people move to EVs, and is easily arguable on the environmental and health fronts.Unfortunately most people are lazy and only change behaviour when financially discouraged from something. A large hike in tax on petrol / diesel is likely the only way to get people to reduce fossil fuel vehicle usage.


I expect it will and don't mind because I already minimise use of the car by walking and cycling almost everywhere I can. The thing is, people will moan it's a regressive tax and hits those on lower incomes the hardest. It's mostly education and mindset - but financial reasons are a big factor.
Fox_meister25/01/2020 20:22

Diesel 6 or 7p a litre more than petrol ATM.I can see that doubling in a …Diesel 6 or 7p a litre more than petrol ATM.I can see that doubling in a couple of years,


Really? Given that diesel cars are being discouraged heavilys I suspect demand will drop significantly.
DomVert25/01/2020 22:08

Neither would the token charging points at service stations. 4 points at …Neither would the token charging points at service stations. 4 points at Watford Gap services yet hundreds of cars parked.


The UK now has over 30,000 charging points, and fewer than 8,000 petrol stations (down from 40,000 in the mid 60s):
thenextweb.com/car…ev/
Edited by: "cutthroat_jake" 25th Jan
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