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Audi A5 2.0T quattro Cabriolet: Review

Audi A5 2.0T quattro Cabriolet

Nice review here of the Audi A5 2.0T quattro Cabriolet.

I’d like to open this article with a bit of personal information: I had never ever considered owning a convertible before. Even nowadays I figured they were still a bit noisy or at least somewhat less stiff or weather resistant than their hardtop counterparts – but then I had the great pleasure of using one of Audi’s newest soft-tops for a week. In that time I often found myself forgetting that I was driving a convertible at all, and this was all during one of the wettest weeks we’ve had here in Northern California in quite awhile. There were only two days out of seven that I was able to put the top down and enjoy all of the perks that the 2010 Audi A5 Cabriolet had to offer. It was during those other five days though that I discovered what makes the car worth the nearly 7-grand over its Coupe counterpart. I’d always thought you were simply paying extra for a car that was only fun on sunny days, and well, I was wrong.