He was comparing the X3 28i with the new 4 cylinder turbo for 2013, which gets 21/28 and is a little bit more powerful and fuel efficient than the Q5 2.0t. The mileage you listed for the X3 28i was the 6 cylinder for 2011/2012.
Originally Posted by ndabunka
Have you considered the Hybrid Q5 that's coming out (It gets 24/30MPG)? Unfortunately, you would be wrong on the fuel consumption expectations for those other two (per Edmunds again):
Audi Q5 TT2.0 get 20/28
BMW X3 28i gets...19/25
Last edited by bimmerfan3; 11-17-2012 at 12:34 AM.