Audi A5 2.0T Road Test and Review
Audi A5: Introduction
Sometimes in life, much like in most Maybelline Cosmetics commercials, you have to take a stand and say you are doing something simply “because you’re worth it.” Now, this can reasonably apply to any life decision but here it applies to the purchase of a luxury sport coupe. Sure, they may have back seats in the technical sense but they are designed for a driver, passenger and all of the Saks Fifth Avenue bags that fit in the trunk.
This is the car you buy for yourself once the kids are gone and fully off the family payroll. Or perhaps you chose not to have children and are rewarding yourself early for that financial decision. Hey, kids are expensive and the Audi A5 2.0T isn’t cheap ($46,245 as tested with destination). But less lavishly equipped A5 models start $37.790 but that’s before you hit Audi’s deliciously tempting options list.
With all of the high utility minivans, SUVs, crossovers and family sedans on the market today, it may seem like sheer narcissistic opulence to spend so much money on a two-door luxury vehicle, but really, those cars do nothing but make you look like a dork... or worse still, invisible. With the Audi A5 2.0T quattro we can guarantee that people will be checking you out. In the immortal words of Justin Timberlake it just might be able to help you get your “Sexy Back.”