When the Audi Q5 was launched at the 2008 Beijing Auto Show, it took the auto world by storm. The car has ample passenger space and a huge boot space. The latest 2014 version comes with four cylinder diesels and fuel economy. The CO2 emissions are also under acceptable standards.
As for the auto critics, review sites are full of praise for the Audi Q5 because of its smooth drive and elegant interiors. Buyers can choose from the 2 liter, 3 liter or the 4 liter turbo diesel versions.
Choosing the right dealer to buy a used Audi Q5 is just half the challenge. The main problem here is to choose the right insurance deal. This being a high-end luxury car, it needs the best insurance policy that money can buy.
The insurance rates of this car vary from state to state, due to difference in the auto insurance laws of the states. Its median price ranges between $29,899 (in Tennessee) and $41,900 in Oregon.
Tennessee is, therefore, one of the best states to own this car. With an annual average insurance rate of $1,355, which makes the insurance percentage 4% of the median price, buyers in Tennessee are saving on the price of the car as well as the annual insurance expense.
The insurance percentage for the Audi Q5 in the state of Arizona is just 3%, but the median price of the car here is $39,988.
In Massachusetts, the percentage of the median price that buyers have to spend towards insuring the Audi Q5 is around 5%. It is 3% in states such as Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, etc. In states such as Alaska, Florida, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Tennessee Texas, etc. the insurance percentage amounts to about 4%.
In the states of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Massachusetts, Georgia, Delaware, Connecticut, and California the insurance percentage is 5%. In states such as Michigan, it is as high as 6%.