The modelRead full review
The Audi A5 Cabriolet is one of the quietest and classiest four-seater drop-tops in its price range, with certainly the finest finished interior. That interior isn’t as user-friendly as the BMW 4 Series Convertible's, though, plus the 4 Series is similarly comfortable and more enjoyable to drive.
The trimSee full equipment
Bigger, 19in alloy wheels, sport suspension, more aggressive styling, matrix LED headlights and a sports steering wheel are among the additions when paying extra for S line trim. Unless you love the look, though, we wouldn’t bother, because it pushes up the price considerably.
The engineSee full engine specs
We're yet to try this 148bhp petrol engine in the A5 Cabriolet, but in the A5 Sportback it needs to be worked quite hard to build speed in a hurry. We suspect it’ll be worse in the heavier Cabriolet because 0-62mph takes a ponderous 9.8sec.
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