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Audi A5

2018
Audi A5 2018 coupe Trim Shown: 2018 Premium coupe AWD Sequential
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The 2018 A5 has been redesigned, based on the new A4. In addition to the coupe and convertible versions, the A5 is now available as an A7-like four-door hatch called the Sportback. The A5 gets a 252-hp, 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder matched to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. More powerful S5 versions are powered by a 354-hp, 3.0-liter turbo V6 mated to an eight-speed automatic. All-wheel drive is standard. Standard safety equipment includes forward-collision warning with automatic braking. We found the A4 drives well, with nimble handling and a firm yet supple ride, and expect the A5 to behave similarly. The convertible's insulated soft top can be operated up to 30 mph. Based on our experience with the A4, Q5, and Q7, the controls require a learning curve, but prove logical with familiarity. The gear selector, however, is not intuitive to use.
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2008-2017
2008 Redesign Year
Audi A5 2017 Trim Shown: 2017 Convertible
The exceptionally handsome Audi A5 coupes and convertibles have quiet and luxurious cabins with accommodations for four. Although the rear seat is snug, it's one of the best in any convertible. The Audi two-door drives well, demonstrating agile handling and a taut, but compliant suspension system. The A5 initially used a 3.2-liter V6 engine in the base model, while the S5 performance version featured a 4.2-liter V8. A turbocharged four-cylinder arrived in 2010, delivering ample power but sounding raspy. The V6 was dropped in 2013. The eight-speed automatic is super-smooth. The convertible has a shudder-free body structure and is almost devoid of wind buffeting. What's more, the well-insulated soft top can be operated while driving at low speeds. The revised S5 uses a supercharged V6 with a seven-speed automated manual transmission.
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2016 $29,725 - $47,125 $25,695 - $41,730
2015 $24,300 - $49,725 $20,580 - $44,180
2014 $20,525 - $47,700 $16,925 - $42,160
2013 $16,725 - $42,400 $13,220 - $37,440
2012 $14,100 - $22,825 $10,705 - $18,910
2011 $11,625 - $20,775 $8,390 - $16,855
2010 $10,350 - $18,125 $7,165 - $14,315
2009 $11,350 - $15,700 $8,045 - $12,020
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2008 $10,625 - $14,125 $7,355 - $10,550
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