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Comfort: Despite its hardcore performance image and hefty degree of horsepower, the RS 5 is remarkably comfortable in day-to-day driving. The suspension is adjustable and the front seats provide excellent support.
Sportback interior space and cargo room: The addition of the Sportback body style brings added practicality to the RS 5 lineup. With 21.8 cubic feet of cargo volume behind the second row, the Sportback has nearly double the trunk space that you get in the coupe.
Performance: With its 444-hp turbocharged V6 and standard all-wheel drive, the RS 5 is extremely quick and has loads of grip. Optional performance hardware includes carbon-ceramic brakes, a sport exhaust, and variable-ratio steering.
Rivals are more exciting: The RS 5 does many things well, but rivals like the BMW M4 and Mercedes-AMG C 63 are simply more exciting to drive. In polishing the edges of the RS 5, Audi has made the car too muted in how it operates
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All Wheel Drive (4WD/AWD)
F 41.3"/R 32.7"
F 39"/R 36.1"
The 2019 Audi RS5 offers a Base : 18 MPG City and 27 MPG Highway It is important to remember factors such as driving style, weather conditions, and the use of features such as Eco mode can impact fuel efficiency.
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