If you are thinking about buying an Audi or VW with the 2.0 liter T engine, especially if it is a 2009-2011 model year, I recommend you do some intensive research into all the problems that these engines have had. This last year, I wanted to get my daughter a good dependable AWD car for her daily driver. It came down to either a BMW or an Audi. My budget was $15K so it would be used. I have liked and had good luck with Bimmers - I like my X1, but finding one that was in good shape for that price was hard - most were sold by the time we got to the dealership. There were a number of Audi Q5s around within my budget, but I should have been more diligent about research and patient. Come to find out that there are a lot of problems with the 2.0 T engine in Audis and VWs. We test drove a 2011 Q5 at a dealership twice. Seemed to run and drive fine. It had a recent service before being being put on the lot, so we thought if there were problems it would have been detected then. We were wrong. A couple of weeks after getting it (Just after Thanksgiving) dash lights started coming on. Long story short, this vehicle had the dreaded piston/ring design issues of the 2009-2011 year models. It took a while - she just got it back last night, but the dealership did right by us and got it fixed for $50 (it was under a 1K mile 30 day warranty - the actual repairs were about $5K), but it was very stressful for my daughter (and somewhat for me as I paid for the car) and now she will always be worrying about it (to some degree) instead of enjoying her 'new' (to her) car.