Audi A5 Overview
Derived from the A4 sedan, the A5 coupe and convertible have quiet, luxurious cabins with room for four. Although the rear seat is snug, it's still one of the best in any convertible. The car drives well, with agile handling and a taut, compliant suspension that is soft enough for the daily commute. The standard 2.0-liter, turbo four-cylinder delivers ample power but sounds raspy; the eight-speed automatic is supersmooth. Drop the top and you'll find that the convertible has a shudder-free body structure and is almost devoid of wind buffeting. You can even operate the well-insulated soft top while driving at low speeds. The S5 uses the supercharged V6 and seven-speed automated manual, and the high performance RS 5 is a delight to drive with its 450-hp, 4.2-liter V8.
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