2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #356

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
Pages: 412


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Wheels
everybody
and
everything
in
and
on
the
vehicle.
These
load
limits
are
technically
referred
to as
the
vehicle’s
Gross
Vehicle
Weight
Rating
(“GVWR”).
The
“GVWR”
includes
the
weight
of
the
basic
vehicle,
all
factory
in-
stalled
accessories,
a
full
tank
of
fuel,
oil,
coolant
and
other
fluids
plus
maximum
load.
The
maxi-
mum
load
includes
the
number
of
passengers
that
the
vehicle
is
in-
tended
to
carry
(“seating
capaci-
ty”)
with
an
assumed
weight
of
150
lbs.
(68
kg)
for
each
passen-
ger
at
a
designated
seating
posi-
tion
and
the
total
weight
of
any
luggage
in
the
vehicle.
If
you
tow
a
trailer,
the
weight
of
the
trailer
hitch
and
the
tongue
weight
of
the
loaded
trailer
must
be
includ-
ed
as
part
of
the
vehicle
load.
The
Gross
Axle
Weight
Rating
(“GAWR”)
is
the
maximum
load
that
can
be
applied
at
each
of
the
vehicle’s
two
axles.
The
fact
that
there
is
an
upper
limit
to
your
vehicle’s
Gross
Vehi-
cle
Weight
Rating
means
that
the
total
weight
of
whatever
is
being
carried
in
the
vehicle
(including
the
weight
of
a
trailer
hitch
and
354
the
tongue
weight
of
the
loaded
trailer)
is
limited.
The
more
pas-
sengers
in
the
vehicle
or
passen-
gers
who
are
heavier
than
the
standard
weights
assumed
mean
that
less
weight
can
be
carried
as
luggage.
The
Gross
Vehicle
Weight
Rating
and
the
Gross
Axle
Weight
Rating
are
listed
on
the
safety
compli-
ance
sticker
label
located
on
the
driver’s
side
B-pillar.
AN
WARNING
Overloading
a
vehicle
can
cause
loss
of
vehicle
control,
a
crash
or
other
accident,
serious
per-
sonal
injury,
and
even
death.
—Carrying
more
weight
than
your
vehicle
was
designed
to
carry
will
prevent
the
vehicle
from
handling
properly
and
in-
crease
the
risk
of
the
loss
of
vehicle
control.
—The
brakes
on
a
vehicle
that
has
been
overloaded
may
not
be
able
to
stop
the
vehicle
within
a
safe
distance.
—Tires
on
a
vehicle
that
has
been
overloaded
can
fail
sud-
denly,
including
a
blowout
and
sudden
deflation,
causing
loss
of
control
and
a
crash.

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