Sunday, April 12, 2009

Audi A5

The A5 is an inspiring metal machine. From distance, you can be grateful for the fine line that forms the car’s shoulder, and the wide roof that flows down into the tire's end. If anything, we think the raise is more successful than the broad edge, and the front end is only distinguished from other Audi's by the standard xenon headlamps with their dramatic LED running lights. Up close, the first thing you notice is how low the A5’s roof is. When you open one of the relatively short doors, it seems to have to dip much lower to get in. but inside, it’s a full four seater finally, it’s a return to a market Audi abandoned in 1996. Built on the Modular Longitudinal Platform that will strengthen the next A4, the Audi offers a fairly extensive range of engines, including the 3.0-litre plus a 2.7-litre TDI, a 3.2-litre V6 petrol and the superb 4.2-litre V8 S5. There’s just the single body style. Its arch rival is the BMW 3-Series Coupe – this car is a competitor to that model in absolutely every respect, and you know Audi has bench marked its Munich matching part to the nth degree. The Mercedes CLK and Peugeot 407 Coupe are the other competitors of this car.

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