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What Engines Come Standard in the Audi SQ5?

The Audi SQ5 is one of the higher performing SUVs on the market today. Recognizing the new SUV aerodynamics involved with vehicles like the SQ5, Audi engineers realized that the necessity of a power boost with a punch. To make the Audi SQ5 into the power machine that it is, Audi experimented with several engines before settling on the 3.0-Liter V-6. 

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Audi RS 3: Power and Control

The Audi RS 3 is a popular luxury performance sedan that has a distinct roaring motor. It is the sound of power, which is controlled by flaps in the exhaust system. The quattro all-wheel drive and the braking platforms are two of the performance features that help control this vehicle.

The Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive is always monitoring driving conditions and determines when more power is needed in the rear tires.

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Signs That An Alignment Might Be Needed

Having your vehicle in proper alignment is not something that you probably consider too often. However, if your car is not in proper alignment, it can cause your tires to wear out quickly. A car that is not in proper alignment may also be much more difficult to maneuver properly.

You will notice some specific signs that indicate your car is out of alignment. If your car is pulling to one side, that is a sign of poor alignment. If you notice that your tires are wearing unevenly, this is common sign of poor alignment.  

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Ready to Buy New Tires? Here's What You Need to Know

If you've been searching for new tires, you aren't alone. Each year, car owners search for ways to find the perfect new tires for their vehicles. Unfortunately, locating the perfect tire can be tricky, especially if you aren't familiar with how to read tire sizes.

Take a look at the letters and numbers on the side of a tire to determine what its size is. For example, is a tire has a "P" first, that means it is for a passenger vehicle. These numbers and letters let you know exactly what kind of tire you're going…

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