What's the used Audi A5 like?
Big coupes are a bit of a rarity these days, so is the Audi A5 worth serious consideration?
Well, the A5's styling isn't radically different from that of the A4 saloon, but this two-door has a far sportier profile. There's decent space up front for the driver and passenger, but the offset pedal position might cause discomfort.
The rear seats are short of head and leg room. At least the long front doors provide good access. The boot is a decent size and shape, and the rear seats fold down to increase the load space.
The A5 Coupe feels a little ponderous through bends and has dull steering – although it remains composed at all times. The ride is firm, especially with the optional sports suspension, and the car.