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The Audi A5 Cabriolet is refined, comfortable and has tidy, if not thrilling, handling. It’s one of the classiest drop-tops in this price range, with certainly the finest finished interior. That interior isn’t as spacious as a BMW 4 Series, though, nor is the A5 Cabriolet’s latest infotainment system as easy to use. But, the Audi is a better drive than an equivalent Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet, plus it has a great range of refined engines that are more than a match for the competition.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
Plump for Edition 1 to get 20in alloys, fine grain nappa leather and electric adjustments for the front seats.
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The 201bhp 40 TFSI is the Goldilocks version (not too hot, not too cold). It has enough power to best a similarly priced 420i BMW 4 Series, plus it costs considerably less than the equivalently specced diesel and 45 TFSI petrol.
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