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$35,000 USD

20 Mar 2014
75.000
I-4, 2.0 L

2011 Audi A5 Coupe#RST-P-1025980185

Gasoline
Fuel Type
170
Horse Power
Manual
Transmission
230 km/h
Top Speed
Front Wheel Drive
Drive Train
320 Nm
Torque
Black
Interior Color
White
Exterior Color
2
Doors
Used
Condition
Air Conditioning
All wheel drive
Anti-Theft System
Antilock Brake System
Automatic climate control
Cassette Player
CD Player
Digital Info Center
DVD Player
Electric Mirrors
Fog Lights
Heated Seat
Intermittent Wipers
Leather Interior Surface
Leather Seats
Leather Steering Wheel
Navigation System
Power Door Locks
Power Drivers Seat
Power Mirrors
Power Passenger Seat
Power Sunroof
Power Windows
Rear air conditioning
Rear Defogger
Remote Starter
Security System
Side Airbags
Side-step running boards
Stability Control
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
Traction Control

Unmatched curb appeal make the Audi A5 family of cars stand out from the crowd; these are easily some of the best-looking cars of the decade. Sharing much with the A4 sedan family, the Audi A5, S5 and RS5 bring more sultry style and improved performance to the mix.

With the standard A5, Audi has its summer cruiser. Both the A5 coupe and cabriolet are powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that now delivers 220 horsepower. The Cabriolet taps out of any performance intent in its most basic form, where it's fitted with front-drive and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) that generates decent gas mileage numbers but the typical CVT sluggishness. Skip the CVT for any other edition: they all have all-wheel drive, with a choice of a six-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic, either of which makes the most of the four's ample powerband. 

The A5's handling and ride are dialed to comfort, though the optional Drive Select system allows owners to change steering, throttle, suspension and transmission programming for a more responsive feel that can be paired with variable-ratio Dynamic Steering. We'd pass on both, and opt instead for the sport suspension offered on coupe models for its predictable, slightly firm road feel.

Jim and Sons

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