Used Audi convertibles black exterior for Sale
Reviews for Audi Convertibles
From A4 to S4 Performance, Power and style
Drove an A4 for about several years and never thought I would own an S4, was looking for a Allroad to replace my A4 Avant and my salesperson showed me a S4 that was just traded in. The price was a little below national average and in good condition. There was some cosmetic blemishes all over the car that I found as I washed it but over all its an amazing car. Not super crazy about the MPG's and its a little tight in the cabin but its all about the sharp steering, feeling the engine torque pull you into the seat as you run thru the 7 speed DSG. Not sorry about choosing automatic vs manual transmission either, the sport mode knows when to shift based upon what the driver is doing and if you know what your doing, its a rush to drive.
Best value in a wagon, too bad They don't make them in the US anymore.
This is the best driving car I have ever owned. I had the 2006 A6 Avant and traded it for this. The 2.0T is so much smoother and shifts so much better. The A6 had a jumpy start unless you squeezed the gas peddle just right and when going up hill it would stay in 2nd too long, sounded like a rocket. The A4 2.0T Quattro is much quieter and smoother to drive. The loss in space is unnoticeable to me, it has plenty of space.
It is like I expected.
The Audi S5 is a great looking car and its really fun to drive. Hard not to speed though - really. Feels and sounds the same going 40mph or 100mph, Good power, good steering. I like and use the tiptronic gear shift and paddles. I think the car could use a little more engine noise. I have the V6. Seats are comfortable. Back seats are small but not ridiculous. The trunk is large and you can put down the rear seats if needed. The media interface is just OK.
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