2011 Audi S5 Review
2011 Audi S5 provides more power, more muscular styling, and additional standard components. S5 is available in coupe and convertible models; it is the resultant of a performance-oriented version of A5.
It is capable of accommodating four occupants in its interior, and is designed to deliver the highest comfort levels.
For 2011, S5 receives only few minor changes and it retains its classy look as well as sporty attitude – now let’s move on to see the standard features, and upgrades for 2011.
Both the body styles are offered in Premium plus and Prestige trim levels.
The trim Premium plus is featured with 19-inch cast-aluminum wheels with high performance tires, LED running lights, fog lights, heated eight-way power front seats with adjustable lumbar support, powered tilt and telescopic steering wheel.
The stylish auto-dimming mirror, dash-mounted Multi Media Interface with a CD player, tri-zone automatic climate control, automatic xenon headlights, satellite radio, and navigation package including rearview camera add value to the overall package.
The S5 Prestige trim comes with standard blind-spot warning system, adaptive cruise control, sport rear differential, adjustable suspension, and Audi Drive Select package with steering adjustments.
Two engine choices are offered in 2011 Audi S5 for coupe as well as convertible models.
S5 coupe is powered by a 4.2-liter V8 engine good for 354 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque, paired to a standard six-speed manual transmission and optional six-speed automatic with manual control.
S5 convertible gets a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine that produces 333 hp and 325 pound-feet of torque, mated to a standard seven-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission
On the whole, the new Audi A5 2011 edition comes with everything that you’d want in a luxury sedan, and there’s a good deal of difference from the standard A6 sedan, giving you a compelling reason to choose S6 over A6.
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