Consumer Review Video - 2010 Audi Q5 Premium 3.2L V6

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The 2010 Audi Q5 Premium is a hard vehicle to maintain, and is only recommended to those capable of vehicle maintenance. Changing the headlight with reliability is a problem, as you will need to use many tools in order to remove many different components for access. These tools may not be readily available for a repair. You will have to remove a large panel from under the vehicle for access to the oil drain plug. This will require you to contend with gravity as you complete. Changing the front wiper blade will be tough, as you will have to follow odd steps in order to raise the blade.

Some things are easier on the 2010 Audi Q5 Premium. The engine coolant reservoir is easily visible in the engine bay. This will allow you to check and replenish the fluid level on a regular basis. The components of the spare tire are easily accessible in the rear of the vehicle. This keeps the tire and jack kit ready to go in case of emergency. The power steering fluid reservoir is easily visible in the engine bay. This will allow you to check and replenish the fluid level on a regular basis.

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