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Choose carefully and you'll be getting a comfortable and quiet coupe with a very classy interior. True, the A5 could be a little more exciting to drive, but it's still an incredibly rounded car – especially if you opt for the 40 TFSI petrol in entry-level Sport trim.get the best price
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The S5 makes most financial sense in entry-level form. You still get plenty of kit, including 19in alloys, self-dimming LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors and leather seats. The Comfort & Sound Pack is worth considering if you fancy a few more luxuries.
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Clever tech helps the S5’s 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine pump out a massive 345bhp, yet fuel economy is remarkably good.
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