Brand New 2022 Audi A5 Black Edition uk deals

Compare brand new 2022 Audi A5 Black Edition prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £7927 from our dealers. Our 2022 Audi A5 Black Edition deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Audi manufactures 12 model variants.

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Trans Fuel Engine Door CC PS CO2 List
S Tronic Petrol 2.0TFSI 150 SS 2 2.0 150 154 £43220 Save £7373
S Tronic Petrol 2.0TFSI 265 SS 2 2.0 265 174 £51835 Save £8285
S Tronic Petrol 2.0TFSI 204 SS 2 2.0 204 154 £44625 Save £7529
S Tronic Diesel 2.0TDI 204 SS 2 2.0 204 147 £47915 Save £7932
S Tronic Diesel 2.0TDI 163 SS 2 2.0 163 137 £45250 Save £7638
Tiptronic Diesel 3.0TDI V6 341 SS 2 3.0 341 186 £56520 Save £8802
S Tronic Petrol 2.0TFSI 150 SS 5 2.0 150 156 £43220 Save £7373
S Tronic Petrol 2.0TFSI 265 SS 5 2.0 265 177 £51835 Save £8285
S Tronic Petrol 2.0TFSI 204 SS 5 2.0 204 157 £44625 Save £7529
S Tronic Diesel 2.0TDI 204 SS 5 2.0 204 149 £47915 Save £7932
S Tronic Diesel 2.0TDI 163 SS 5 2.0 163 139 £45250 Save £7638
Tiptronic Diesel 3.0TDI V6 341 SS 5 3.0 341 189 £56520 Save £8802
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Audi S5

You'll need a budget of around £52,000 for a Cabriolet S5, though you can save around £5,000 on that by going for the Coupe or Sportback versions of this model.

On to the S5 value proposition in comparison to rival brands. We'd say that the Cabriolet version of the Mercedes-AMG C43 4MATIC is the most direct rival to this car as it's the only precisely-matched competitor that also offers 4WD.

The Mercedes is just as fast as this Audi, fractionally more powerful, a touch more expensive but, perhaps most significantly, will cost you about 10% more to run. Otherwise, you're looking at rear wheel drive alternatives - probably something like the Convertible version of BMW's 440i M Sport, a model that's fractionally cheaper and a car that all the magazines will tell you is better driver's choice.

We wouldn't argue with that but we'd also point out that the BMW is around 30PS down on this Audi, so takes nearly half a second longer to get from rest to 62mph - at least in the dry.

Read Full Audi S5 Cabriolet Review