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A5 A5 Coupe quattro 2.0T FSI S-Tronic MY14 | Audi

Date of Release: August 2013
Number of Reviews 1

For the 2013 A5 range, Audi updated the Audi A5 Coupe 2.0T FSI S tronic quattro. With enhancements made to the design, improved technologies and – importantly a refined and more powerful engine. With that being said, this car is everything you’ll ever need in a coupe!

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Design

For the 2013 A5 range, Audi updated the Audi A5 Coupe 2.0T FSI S tronic quattro. With enhancements made to the design, improved technologies and – importantly a refined and more powerful engine. With that being said, this car is everything you’ll ever need in a coupe!

Performance

Brought to life by Audi’s ground-breaking 2.0T FSI engine, expect nothing but blistering performance from this German Coupe. The harmony of the quattro drive system mated with the seven-speed S tronic dual-clutch transmission enable a dynamic driving experience.

Safety

For peace of mind, the 2013 Audi A5 Coupe is fully-loaded with a wealth of class-leading safety and security systems.

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Martin Hahmann

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Date reviewed: September 28, 2017

The Audi A5 (2014) is a comfortable, sporty, head-turning, affordable coupe. I was a bit undecide...

The Audi A5 (2014) is a comfortable, sporty, head-turning, affordable coupe. I was a bit undecided at the time of purchase between the A4 2.0T Quattro and the A5 2.0T Quattro. Having 2 teenage boys, my logical brain said go for the A4, however my heart decided otherwise, and needless to say, the heart won. I have owned my car for just over 2 years now as I bought it new and there's a saying that goes, when you park your car and start walking away, and you turn back to check it out and think, damn that's a good looking car, then you know you got a winner. When I went to Audi Rivonia to start the purchase procedure for my car, I was specific on the following options; It had to be white, Arctic white to be particular. Has to have the 19inch rotor rims and needs the Bang and Olufsen sound system. The Sales Manager told me that they have just my car in the harbor in PE just arrived from Audi in Germany, however it was a car spec'd for the show room floor and comes with, erm, almost all of the optional extras. So it has all of the above, plus S-Line sports kit interior and exterior, panoramic sunroof, front and rear parking sensors and cruise control. (Not sure if that last one was an optional extra.) Its missing Sat Nav and Key-less entry as far I know on the optional extras list. I have done three Durban trips and mostly just town driving with the odd weekend getaway in the 2 years Ive had the car. Odometer currently just over 30,000km. To this day, I'm still in love with my car, this one being my 3rd Audi. The combination of that magic 2 litre turbo petrol engine, Quattro all wheel stickiness and general low slung length of the A5 coupe make for an incredible ride. My driving style suits this car perfectly and the ESP systems react in harmony to my heavy foot. I'm mostly in the Sport mode on the gear shift letting the gearbox automatically change gear for me. On the odd occasion, I put it in manual mode to have just that little bit more fun and the burble and crackle from the exhaust note puts a smile on my face every time. On the exterior, the Audi A5 is muscular car that stands apart from its Merc and BMW siblings. At some angles it has an American muscle car silhouette especially with the 19inch rims and S-Line body-kit. The only negative I have is that its quite a "hard" ride over speed bumps and imperfect road surfaces, however coming from a Honda Civic Type-R, its still soft enough. The panoramic sunroof is a nice to have, however without the "slide open", only having "tilt" function, its missing that open air feeling that I've had in some previous cars. Also the shade shutter on the sunroof is manual so its a bit of a contortionist movement you need to do to open or close it. In summary, I'm in no rush to trade my car in however if there is one, it would be its younger sister, the new A5 or S5, or even one day, that beautiful RS5. My car is a perfect everyday car if somewhat heavy on petrol which can mostly be contributed to the way I drive, but the comfort, dynamics and hear-turning prowess of my car make this the BEST car I've ever had! Likes Muscle car looks The Turbo crackle especially driving in manual flappy paddle mode Very spacious interior and boot space The Bang and Olufsen sound system is amazing Dislikes Panoramic Sunroof doesn't slide open, it only has a tilt function Outdated multimedia / radio system and no Bluetooth music interface Rear passenger space is limited

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Value
Safety
Exterior
Interior
Performance

Sedan Lifestyle:

Looking good
Long distance comfort
Pot hole absorption
Boot space
Entertainment

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