Posted on: Nov 28, '17
Used Audi - Owning the Audi A5 Sportback
Audi seems to be the master at mass producing, if the amounts of new cars they have released recently are anything to go by. One of these is the Audi A5 Sportback. The first word I could think of when I first saw this car with its five doors, extremely long body and dark grey exterior finish and sleek body was ‘handsome'. It truly is a good looking car, and while if I'm to be picky, I'm not a fan of the rear which seems a bit over compensatory for something unnecessarily, it looks like the kind of thing an executive would have as their company car, and there's definitely a sense of self importance when you see this car, whether it be driving on the road or sat in the driveway. Getting a car that says what you want it to say to the world can almost be as important as the actual function of it. If you want to tell the world you mean business Autel MaxiTPMS PAD, I'd recommend this A5.
If you want to know the difference between the A5, the A4 and the A6, The A5 is longer, lower and wider than that of the A4. The A6 on the other hand is mid-sized in comparison and nowhere near as dominating as the A5 on the road. This model was released and then almost immediately followed by the coupe and the cabrio which are a little bit smaller, and therefore slightly less domineering. Their presence is still felt on the road though the drive of self importance evident.
This car is definitely a man's car. Not just in looks but also in how it runs. I can't imagine it would be a woman's first choice of car. I think Audi supplies for women adequately with the TT, but with the newer A5s, the structure of the body, even to the way they have set out the interior, everything about it screams male.
With that long body, it's natural to expect it to be roomy in the back, and it doesn't disappoint. The amount of leg room would be adequate even for those over 6ft whether you're the driver, front passenger or in the back. Back seats are notorious in my experience for being a little uncomfortable and the main place where you are the most likely to get car sick. However the back is so comfy, with Audi catering for every need; too cold? Heated seats, too warm? Air conditioning, too low? Height adjustment is catered for along with the standard back and forth movement the front seats have. So if you're making a long journey or need to pick somebody up, you don't have to worry about whether they will be comfortable or not. I'd be very surprised if they weren't Autel MaxiCOM MK808.http://www.autelonline.com/autel-maxicom-mk808-automotive-scanner-supports-immo-epb-sas-bms-tpms-dpf-service-diagnostic-tool-seven-inch-touchscreen-android-tablet-with-update_p77.html
So overall, a good car if you're a man. The only issue I have with it is the price which is a tad above my range. But if you can afford one used, it'd be worth every penny.
Pete J Ridgard is a writer and a car enthusiast. He currently writes for the automotive industry. Here he discusses Used Audi cars.
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