Used 2018 Audi A5 Pricing
Used 2018 Audi A5 for Sale
Mythos Black Metallic Black sueded microfiber11,902 miles
Mythos Black Metallic Nougat Brown/Black leather2,380 miles
Moonlight Blue Metallic Nougat Brown/Black leather14,356 miles
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Features & Specs
Our experts like the A5 models:
- Audi Pre Sense City
- Warns of an impending front collision and automatically applies the brakes if you don't.
- Audi Side Assist
- Notifies you if there's a car in your blind spot and alerts you if you activate the turn signal.
- Audi Pre Sense Basic
- If an impending collision is detected, the seat belts will tighten, brakes are primed and windows/sunroof are closed.
2nd Time A5 Owner, 5 Times Audi Owner
This car is a great followup to the prior generation A5. I bought the Sportback after owning the prior generation Coupe. Feels like the same car. The fit, finish and performance are excellent. The dealership Sewell in Houston is phenomenal. I love the MMI navigation and controls. My only complaint is the subscription based services for the Infotainment system should be monthly not paid in 3 year blocks. Also, the entire online and app integration isn't what you'd expect at this price point. The traditional auto makers need to take a lesson from Tesla on on-line/offline access. I was charged twice for the Infotainment subscription, Audi USA was useless to resolve and ultimately AT&T issued a refund. Pretty disappointed how Audi responded to that issue. Even the dealership couldn't get them to respond.
2018 Audi A5 Hatchback Rocks
Great car. Virtual Cockpit makes viewing map guidance a breeze. Bank & Olufsen radio rocks. MMI navigation is intuitive to learn. Only took a day or two to get the hang of the system. Considered an A-4, but decided on the A5 hatchback because of the increased versatility and giant cargo space compared to the sedan. The extra cost of an A5 over an A4 is well worth it.
Ticks all the boxes... .almost
Performance is excellent for a 4cyl, particularly acceleration off the line. The car is very, very quiet on decent roads, and the interior is immaculate. It's not something you'll use to haul more than 2 people around for more than a few miles at a time, and I knew this going in. The storage room is exceptional for this size of car. Quattro system really makes you feel confident on the road. I absolutely love the look of this car both inside and out. The base safety systems that come with this car are very nice to have. Frustrations are few but I'll note them now. First, I wish they'd have made the gas tank a few gallons bigger, as I feel like range is too short if you're driving in the city. I am replacing a 2009 Acura TSX which had about a 16 gal tank, so it's a bit annoying. Second, Apple Carplay is really convenient and one reason I bought the car. However, it's glitchy. I don't know if it's Carplay in general, or as it relates to Audi, but they have programming problems that need fixes. It glitches out after Audi Presense is engaged, requiring you to unplug and replug your phone in to get it to work. Even with a brand new Apple cord, it fails to connect at times. I've had problems with it freezing, or crashing my phone while in the middle of navigation. I don't know if this is primarily an apple problem or an audi problem, but it can be maddening at times. I have an Iphone 6+, so it is a relatively 'older' phone, maybe that's some of it. Also, I was using 3rd party app Pandora, it could be from that. Last complaint is that basic front of cockpit storage is pretty inadequate. No sunglass storage, very little center console storage (probably for the better so I don't stash useless things). If I can get the Carplay glitches worked out I would say I'm completely happy with the car. The virtual cockpit is fun and useful, the large on dash screen as well, and the MMI system is very user friendly.