Audi A5 Cabriolet Test Drive
We like it when cars are easy to drive, and this A5 convertible certainly is that – and then some. The controls are positive and responsive, ensuring that even those arduous trips you don’t look forward to are a breeze. Steering, meanwhile, is light as a feather while the useful Drive Select system is offered as an option. It’s well worth a look, as it nicely gives you the chance to customise the comfort and steering settings to suit your driving style.
The Interior, Design And Build Of The Audi A5 Cabriolet
The new Audi A5 convertible looks the part. As mentioned earlier, it’s taken its styling cues from the rival E-Class, but it’s not a blatant imitator and looks every inch like a sporty Audi should do. It looks upmarket, too – just a shame that its looks don’t hint at how it performs on the road!
Audi A5 Cabriolet Pricing & Running Costs
Prices for the new Audi cabriolet start out from £35,600 and rise to just over £47,000.
Our Favourite: Audi A5 S-Line Convertible
When you consider that the A5 is both cost effective and desirable, it suddenly makes for an attractive proposition once again. Audi’s convertibles have always been successful, not least because of the badge, but also because of the breathtaking engineering, slick interiors and irresistible design language.
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