Audi A5 Cabriolet review – Telegraph.co.uk
The entry level SE version of the A5 Cabriolet comes with a DAB radio, front and rear parking sensors, a powered tailgate, three-zone climate control, heated seats and 17-inch alloy wheels. Upgrading to Sport adds satnav (although note this is standard on BMWs) and electrically adjustable sports seats, while S-line changes the standard suspension setup for a firmer sports option, upgrades the wheels to 18-inch items and features more aggressive body styling.
Just be aware that a lot of the exciting technology on the A5 Cabriolet, such as the Virtual Cockpit display, must be specified as an optional extra, often in conjunction with an expensive bundle of equipment.
Our favourite version
2.0 TFSI Sport S-tronic, list price £37,780
Options you should add: Metallic paint (£645), wind deflector (£300), Hill hold assist (£75), Technology pack (£1,110 for a larger central screen, 36-month internet subscription and phone signal booster/wireless charging), Virtual cockpit (£250)