Best Spark Plugs For Audi Q5

Every 55,000 miles or six years, Audi recommends changing your spark plugs.

Spark plugs are responsible for igniting the fuel in your cylinders over and over and over again, which is essential to the engine’s efficiency. However, like any other component, they eventually foul and deteriorate, necessitating replacement. When your spark plugs begin to wear down, your car’s performance and fuel efficiency will suffer, as well as its ability to start correctly or run smoothly.

Replacing the spark plugs and coil packs is a simple do-it-yourself task that most people can accomplish at home, which saves you money overpaying the dealership to perform it.


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Info/Engine 3.2L 6-cyl Engine CALB 3.0L 6-cyl Engine CTUC
OEM spark plug gap 0.044″ (1.11mm) 0.032″ (0.81mm)
Qty. needed 6 6
Change interval 55000 miles 55000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 5757 PFR6X-11 Laser Platinum Spark Plug NGK 94460 PFR8S8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 5344 IFR6D10 Laser Iridium Spark Plug Denso 5311 IK24 Iridium Power Spark Plug


Info/Engine 2.0L 4-cyl Engine CPMB Flex Turbo 2.0L 4-cyl Engine CHJA/Electric Turbo
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm) 0.032″ (0.81mm)
Qty. needed 4 4
Change interval 35000 miles 35000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 1675 PFR7S8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug NGK 1675 PFR7S8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 2667 BKR7EIX Iridium IX Spark Plug Denso 5310 IK22 Iridium Power Spark Plug


2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Audi Q5 Spark Plugs

Info/Engine 2.0L 4-cyl Engine DJYA Turbo 2.0L 4-cyl Engine DLGA Turbo
OEM spark plug gap 0.032″ (0.81mm)
Qty. needed 4 4
Change interval 40000 miles
Best spark plug NGK 94833 PLFER7A8EG Laser Platinum Spark Plug
Popular choice NGK 95125 LFER7BHX Ruthenium HX Plug

Audi Q5 is an all-wheel-drive off-road vehicle of the “K2” class. The second generation of the model debuted at the 2016 Paris Motor Show.

The main changes in the next generation of the Audi Q5 model have occurred precisely in the exterior. The crossover looks sporty and taut – the plastically reformatted Singleframe radiator grille with massive frames dominates the aerodynamic squat frontal silhouette. In general, the car has become more like its older brother – Q7.

The designers have placed a massive spoiler at the top of the tailgate. The stern has acquired modified LED optics. The lanterns were given a sharp, angular shape. The roof is slightly sloped aft.

Headlamps can be either LED, or Matrix LED technology with high-resolution light and dynamic direction indicators.

For the production of the Audi Q5, the modular platform MLB 2 is used. Also, on its basis, the Q7 and A4 models are produced. The innovative base made it possible to reduce the car’s weight by almost twenty percent and significantly increase the strength of the supporting frame, which had a positive effect on passive safety indicators.

The interior of the Audi Q5, in terms of space and decoration, surpasses its predecessor and its main competitors. The quality of the finish and the wide choice of colors and materials make the car truly unique. So for the interior lighting, the optional Ambient-style lighting in 30 different color accents can be installed. The climate system is available in two versions.

At the client’s request, the three-spoke multifunction steering wheel can be supplemented with additional functions, such as heating the steering wheel and the seats with a pneumatic massage function. The rear sofa is divided into three segments and has the ability to adjust the angle of inclination and reach.

In the luggage compartment, the available volume for the carriage of goods in the standard position of the rear sofa is from 550 to 610 liters, which is 10 liters more than its predecessor. With the rear seatbacks folded down, this volume increases to 1,550 liters.

The Audi Q5 is equipped with four TDI and one TFSI engine. In comparison with their predecessor, all motors were added in power, but at the same time, fuel consumption was significantly reduced.

Dan Hoffman

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