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Old 05-08-2014, 11:11 AM   #1
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Recently put in an order on our local dealer's first allocation, and I am wondering when we should expect delivery? The dealer's computer doesn't give a production timeline for 2015's, just that the order is currently in pending status.

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Old 05-08-2014, 02:13 PM   #2
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I also put in an order on 4/17/14 for one of the first two slots for the dealer and recently got a production week (5/26/14). The dealer stated that it would probably be mid July to August for delivery to me. He also stated that he would keep me updated on each phase from order...thru production...to ultimately delivery to Dealer. So far just an estimate on total delivery time.

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Ordered 2 weeks ago, assigned to week 22 (May 26th).

Hoping for end of July / August
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Based on recent years, first new model year arrivals to Northeast in early July. Add times to other ports and dealer locations .
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Thanks, I just got our "accepted by factory" email yesterday, hopefully I'll be assigned a build time/week.
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Ordered 2 weeks ago, assigned to week 22 (May 26th).

Hoping for end of July / August
That's the week assigned for my Q5 build also. Let me know how yours progresses and I will do the same.
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I just took delivery yesterday of my SQ5. It took two months.
The best thing you can do is to have your dealer modify an order that they already have in the pipeline. They can modify any order until it is released for production.

Absolutely loving my SQ5 and I can now vouch for the sunroof deletion. I drove both and only then does it become apparent how much weight is up there on the roof. The handling is noticeably better without that panoramic sunroof. I'll do some timing after the break-in period, but I'll bet the 0-60 is now 5.0 or better!
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I just took delivery yesterday of my SQ5. It took two months.
The best thing you can do is to have your dealer modify an order that they already have in the pipeline. They can modify any order until it is released for production.

Absolutely loving my SQ5 and I can now vouch for the sunroof deletion. I drove both and only then does it become apparent how much weight is up there on the roof. The handling is noticeably better without that panoramic sunroof. I'll do some timing after the break-in period, but I'll bet the 0-60 is now 5.0 or better!
FYI measuring acceleration 0-60 mph is 5.1 on a car without a sunroof / towbar with 20" wheels
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Default Ordered April 22, 2013, arrived June 25th.

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Based on recent years, first new model year arrivals to Northeast in early July. Add times to other ports and dealer locations .
It was the first 2014 Q5 delivered in the US. It was actually at the Rhode Island port (I live in PA) on June 17th, but Audi wouldn't release it until 2014 pricing was announced as they didn't want people looking at the window sticker price until the official pricing announcement, and dealers were still unloading 2013 models.
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I just took delivery yesterday of my SQ5. It took two months.
The best thing you can do is to have your dealer modify an order that they already have in the pipeline. They can modify any order until it is released for production.

Absolutely loving my SQ5 and I can now vouch for the sunroof deletion. I drove both and only then does it become apparent how much weight is up there on the roof. The handling is noticeably better without that panoramic sunroof. I'll do some timing after the break-in period, but I'll bet the 0-60 is now 5.0 or better!
Car and Driver got 5.2 seconds in their test of the SQ5. I don't know if it had the pano roof or not. Their test vehicle weighed 4427 pounds with 21" wheels.
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Car and Driver got 5.2 seconds in their test of the SQ5. I don't know if it had the pano roof or not. Their test vehicle weighed 4427 pounds with 21" wheels.
Motortrend got 4.8 with 21" wheels. i tend to trust motortrend more than C&D on acceleration times -with other cars ive followed (Jeep SRT) C&D is often ~.5s slower than everyone else. hope to see some folks hit the track - i just test drove an sq5 today for the first time and it felt like a solid 13.5 second car to me (im coming from an 06 Jeep SRT).


http://blogs.motortrend.com/1312_kii...the_night.html
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Motortrend got 4.8 with 21" wheels. i tend to trust motortrend more than C&D on acceleration times -with other cars ive followed (Jeep SRT) C&D is often ~.5s slower than everyone else. hope to see some folks hit the track - i just test drove an sq5 today for the first time and it felt like a solid 13.5 second car to me (im coming from an 06 Jeep SRT).


http://blogs.motortrend.com/1312_kii...the_night.html
Audi would have liked it to be true , but it is impossible

Here's some data. I know this is not 60mph than 62mph but .......


SQ5 3.0TFSI 354PS / 470Nm 0-100 km/h - 5,3 s
SQ5 3.0TDI 313PS / 650Nm 0-100 km/h - 5,1 s

SQ5 3.0TDI:
ABT Tuning 360PS / 700Nm 0-100 km/h 4.9 s

B&B stage1 365PS /750 Nm 0-100 km/h 4.9 s

4.8s I think it is unrealistic with 354PS / 470Nm

For the end - B&B stage2: 400 PS / 800 Nm 0-100km/h 4,7s
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Audi would have liked it to be true , but it is impossible

Here's some data. I know this is not 60mph than 62mph but .......


SQ5 3.0TFSI 354PS / 470Nm 0-100 km/h - 5,3 s
SQ5 3.0TDI 313PS / 650Nm 0-100 km/h - 5,1 s

SQ5 3.0TDI:
ABT Tuning 360PS / 700Nm 0-100 km/h 4.9 s

B&B stage1 365PS /750 Nm 0-100 km/h 4.9 s

4.8s I think it is unrealistic with 354PS / 470Nm

For the end - B&B stage2: 400 PS / 800 Nm 0-100km/h 4,7s
manufacturer quoted times are often inaccurate and tend towards conservative. the link i posted is an actual test - that and real world drag strip times are far better indicators of a vehicles performance than manufacturer quoted performance figures. see for example audi's quoted time of 4.5 seconds for the S6 which has been measured by numerous outfits as sub 4 seconds.

also, irrelevant but audi usa quotes the sq5 at 5.1s not 5.3. http://www.audiusa.com/models/audi-s...25155266327486
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manufacturer quoted times are often inaccurate and tend towards conservative. the link i posted is an actual test - that and real world drag strip times are far better indicators of a vehicles performance than manufacturer quoted performance figures. see for example audi's quoted time of 4.5 seconds for the S6 which has been measured by numerous outfits as sub 4 seconds.

also, irrelevant but audi usa quotes the sq5 at 5.1s not 5.3. http://www.audiusa.com/models/audi-s...25155266327486
S6 for 4s ????? You must be kidding

How do you explain this: S6 with 540PS and 680Nm 0-100km/h (0-62mph) 4,5s
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Audi USA quotes the SQ5 at 5.1s for 0-60 mph (0-96km/h) not 0-62 mph (0-100km/h)

From zero to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 5.3 seconds
http://www.audiusanews.com/pressrele...354-dynamic-hp
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It sprints from zero to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 5.3 seconds
https://www.audi-mediaservices.com/p..._now_with.html

How do you explain that SQ5 TDI with 365PS and 750Nm (which is 60% of torque )more, accelerates for 4.9s

"Motortrend got 4.8 with ....."

400 PS / 800 Nm 0-100km/h 4,7s

Most independent tests give poor time than the Audi quotes (5,1 or 5,3s)

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MotorTrend, although apparently biased, claim a 4.8-second 0-60 MPH time with the sunroof. I don't know why that is, but I'll bet that after my break-in period, I'll be able to clock consistent 4.9's in it. Deleting that sunroof does make a big difference in handling, but I'll do some of my own timing in another 200 miles. I'll let you know what I actually get.

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So it's safe to say the 0-60 times will run 4.8 - 5.2 or so, depending on the driver, testing methods, weather conditions??? That doesn't seem like too wide of a variance for a CUV.
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So it's safe to say the 0-60 times will run 4.8 - 5.2 or so, depending on the driver, testing methods, weather conditions??? That doesn't seem like too wide of a variance for a CUV.
It isn't. My point is that the difference between it and an SQ5 with the pano-roof are very noticeable with respect to handling. As for raw speed difference, I believe I can get under five seconds, but won't try until it is broken-in. (Minimum 600 miles).

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So it's safe to say the 0-60 times will run 4.8 - 5.2 or so, depending on the driver, testing methods, weather conditions??? That doesn't seem like too wide of a variance for a CUV.
Audi provides data for acceleration 0-100 km/h which is obtained several times with the test drivers at the test track under ideal conditions (temperature, humidity, temperature runs, tire temperature, minimum weight ........).


The same data related to fuel consumption - in ideal conditions, and it is impossible to accomplish
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Audi provides data for acceleration 0-100 km/h which is obtained several times with the test drivers at the test track under ideal conditions (temperature, humidity, temperature runs, tire temperature, minimum weight ........).


The same data related to fuel consumption - in ideal conditions, and it is impossible to accomplish
Most manufacturers estimates seem to be on the conservative side vs. what some of the magazines etc. get. I'm sure part of that is to assure that buyers can achieve the advertised performance levels.
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Most manufacturers estimates seem to be on the conservative side vs. what some of the magazines etc. get. I'm sure part of that is to assure that buyers can achieve the advertised performance levels.
Of course it's your opinion.
Look at the data from my posts down.

How do you explain that SQ5 TDI with 365PS and 750Nm (which is 60% of torque more, than TFSI) accelerates for 4.9s

In Germany, all the tuning companies must undergo strict controls and tests to be able to get TUV approval. Their data are relevant
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