Audi A5 Price List
Audi A5 launched in India at a starting price of Rs 60.39 Lakh. Check out the Audi A5 which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Audi A5 with on road price, mileage, specifications and images. Check mileage of new Audi A5 with photos. features, colours, comparisons, videos and latest news in India on autoX.
Colors of Audi A5
- Daytona Grey pearl effect
- Moonlight Blue Metallic
- Matador Red Metallic
- Gotland Green
- Navarra Blue
- Floret Silver Metallic
- Argus Brown
Audi A5 Mileage
Audi A5 Highlights
If Audi's A4 felt a bit too plain Jane or too conservative on the styling front, the A5 Sportback is sure to change that with its sporty character and sloping coupe-like roofline. The A5 has been around in our market since 2015, but was somewhat long-in-the-tooth in other markets by the time it had landed on India shores. However, Audi haven't pulled the plug on it just yet. The 2017 Audi A5 packs in a spunky turbocharged engine, Quattro all-wheel-drive and a bevy of high-tech features like semi-autonomous safety aids and smartphone integration. Also, it's known for its handling prowess, which sets it apart from the regular Audis. For those in search of practicality as well, the A5 needn't be doubted.
Among all the Audis on sale in India, the A5 is easily the most attractive looking of them all. There are lots of curved and contoured panels that set it apart from other subtle Audi designs. At the front, it gets a huge grille, a sporty bumper and a pair of sleek headlamps. The bonnet has not two, but four creases that give it a muscular definition. Viewed from the side, the A5 boasts of a sharp belt line that flows all the way to the rear, with another crease parallel to it, on the lower half of the doors. The slope from the roof to the stubby rear-end is a spectacle, and the 18-inch alloy wheels look sporty. At the rear, those three-dimensional cut-outs in the tail lamps look very cool. Even the chrome-finished dual exhaust tips are worth a mention.
The 2017 Audi A5 variants are as follows: Sportback and Cabriolet. Features include three-zone automatic climate control, MMI Touch Infotainment system, Virtual Cockpit digital instrument cluster, sunroof, a 755W Bang and Olufsen sound system and Audi's smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. On the safety front, it is equipped with 6 airbags, tyre pressure warning, ISOFIX child seat mounting, pop-up bonnet for pedestrian protection, seat belt monitoring, a variable restraint system, Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane Support System and Adaptive Cruise Control.
Getting into the A5's cabin is a bit of a task, as it would require you to drop yourself onto the seat, thanks to the low roofline. But the interior is well built, and the quality of plastics leaves no room for complaining. The three-spoke steering feels nice to hold, but the dashboard appears to be the same one seen on the A4. While the A5 sports a black wood finish, the S5 – the A5's go-faster variant – gets a faux aluminium finish. Ingress and egress will take some getting used too, for the rear occupants as well – and headroom could've been better. Audi have also thought of a centre headrest, just in case there's a third passenger at the back. Legroom at the rear is decent as well. But it's the boot space that impresses at 480 litres.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Audi A5 is powered by two engine options: a 2.0-litre TDI engine that produces 188bhp and 400Nm of torque, paired to a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox, and a 3.0-litre twin-scroll turbo V6 petrol motor that makes 349bhp and 500Nm of torque, coupled with an 8-speed automatic gearbox; the latter is found on the S5 variant. We drove the diesel-engined A5. At idle, there is barely any clatter. Floor the throttle, and you will realise how responsive the engine is – resulting in a massive build-up in pace. It also fares well in the city and on the highway, and the paddle-shifters and tiptronic mode are sure to keep the driver busy. Power is sent only to the front wheels on the A5, but the S5 gets the option of all-wheel-drive. While the ride is pliant over bad roads, the ground clearance of the A5 sure is a cause for concern on our challenging road conditions. In terms of handling, the A5 is pretty confidence-inspiring when pushed around corners.
The Audi A5's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 19.2kmpl for the diesel model.