Certified Pre-Owned 2018 AudiA5 2.0T Premium

  • VIN: WAUPNAF55JA046215
  • Stock: PA1623L
Located at
Audi Baton Rouge
Location Details
Odometer
8,133 miles
Fuel Economy
24.0/34.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Red
Interior Color
Brown
Body/Seating
Coupe/4 seats
Transmission
7 speed automatic with auto-shift
Drivetrain
quattro all-wheel drive
Engine
2.0L 2.0-liter TFSI four-cylinder engine
Audi A5
  • Certified
  • Carfax One Owner

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Blind spot sensor
  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Power moonroof
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Parking sensors
  • Exterior parking camera rear

Included Packages & Options

  • Premium Plus$3,000
    • Rear Audi Pre Sense
    • Audi Side Assist
    • Convenience Package
    • Full LED Headlights
    • Heated Front Seats
    • Heated Auto-Dimming Power Ext Mirrors w/Memory
    • Parking System Plus
    • Driver Seat Memory
    • Alarm System w/Motion Sensors
    • Audi Advanced Key
    • Heated Auto-Dimming Power/Memory Exterior Mirrors
    • SiriusXM All Access Service
  • 19" Design line Wheel Package$1,050
    • Wheels: 19" x 8.5" Multi-Spoke Design Bi-Color
    • Tires: P255/35R19 96Y XL Summer Performance
    • Sport Suspension
Included Options
  • A5 Logo Audi Guard All-Weather Floor Mats$190
  • Dark Brown Walnut Wood High Gloss Inlays$350
  • Navigation Package$2,600
  • Rings Audi Beam$250

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Check out this great value! Packed with features and truly a pleasure to drive! A turbocharger further enhances performance, while also preserving fuel economy. Audi prioritized practicality, efficiency, and style by including: power moon roof, turn signal indicator mirrors, and a blind spot monitoring system. Audi made sure to keep road-handling and sportiness at the top of it's priority list. We pride ourselves in the quality that we offer on all of our vehicles. Stop by our dealership or give us a call for more information.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.5Out of 5
  • The perfecgt German engineered vehicle

    By A5 sport back chad on Wednesday, March 07, 2018

    5.0
    I am a fan from the moment I sat in it I knew it was the car for me. It was different yet familiar. The interior with the wood trim and Nougat seats with a Moonlight Blue exterior is a perfect combo, as I did not like the aluminum trim. The car has a great 2.0 turbo that reacts well in all situations it is enough to get blood flowing and really drive it. it takes corners with a breeze and is good in the snow. The tech and gadgets are by far the best in the business the Nav and Audi cockpit are great features and they are engaging. The car overall has great lines and I like it better than the RC350 which got lots looks or the Mercedes as I owned both. Overall A- score A sexy Hatchback
  • First time Audi owner, now BIG time Audi fan, but

    By Jnaga on Sunday, January 20, 2019

    4.0
    With the exception of my very first car, a used ‘67 VW Bug, I’ve exclusively purchased Japanese cars all my life. I have done so primarily because I’m a Consumer Reports kind of nerd and have always placed a high premium on reliability, practicality and affordability. But after several methodical test drives, I was absolutely wowed by and ultimately fell in love with the new A5 Sportback. Even now, after 14 months of ownership, I still get that boyish sense of exhilaration nearly every time I get behind the wheel. But, in the spirit of full disclosure, I do have a few small quibbles that I will dispense with prior to elaborating on my many likes. First, rear and side visibility leaves something to be desired, an issue that is further exacerbated by its sloped rear window design. In addition, the side view mirrors are also fairly small and the view out the rear side passenger windows is similarly compromised. Luckily, it has a well-designed blind spot monitoring system to help compensate for those deficiencies. Nevertheless, when making lane changes, I often feel like I’m executing them more on faith than on confident visibility of a clear and safe travel path. Second, upfront interior storage is nearly nonexistent. There appears to have been only a halfhearted attempt to provide in-console storage, which amounts to a tiny, shallow bin that has only a partially enclosing lid—one that doesn’t fully conceal the few articles one is able to fit in it. And unlike other cars in this class, there’s no dedicated compartment in which to store sunglasses, forcing you to be creative with where you choose to stow them. On top of all that, the cup holders are placed so close to the center dash controls that they can barely hold anything larger than a small water bottle or a medium size drink before interfering with the use of those controls. So no Big Gulps allowed in this A5’s cozy cockpit! The interior is sleek and stylish, if not a bit spartan. And while definitely upscale, it doesn’t seem to me to have quite the same luxurious feel of its Japanese or domestic rivals. Just the same, it’s easy to find a comfortable driving position and the leather seats are pleasantly supportive, if not a bit on the firm side. The moonroof has a mesh screen closure that lets filtered sunlight through, which on occasion can be both annoying and a bit uncomfortable when the sun is hovering directly overhead in the summer. Personally, I would have preferred something completely opaque. Now for the positives. I absolutely love driving it! For a 2.0 liter 4-cylinder turbo, it has plenty of pep yet gets commendable gas mileage for a car in this class. It grips the road exceptionally well, moves smoothly and effortlessly through traffic and is supremely confident in its handling. Aesthetically, this is a sublimely beautiful car, especially in the Brilliant Black exterior finish I opted for, which has subtle metallic overtones. In my opinion, the hatchback version of the A5 is one of the sharpest looking vehicles in Audi’s current “accessibly priced” lineup, save perhaps for the A7, which was unfortunately out of my personal price range. Admittedly, a lot of my interior quibbles would likely have been addressed in the A7, but that would have set me back another $25-30k! As for rear storage, this hatchback is amazing! The rear seats lay nearly complely flat (no large transitional hump, as with most other sedans) and the rear opening is cavernous, making our frequent trips to Sam’s Club, and the attendant need to stuff various jumbo-sized items in the back, a real breeze. Rear storage in the hatchback version of the A5 is truly amazing for a car this size and really helped to bridge my craving for the svelte aesthetics of a sports sedan while appeasing my desire for the practicality of an SUV. One small quibble here is that you can’t close the rear hatch from inside the cabin. A peculiar oversight to be sure, especially since such functionality is commonplace in virtually all SUVs outfitted with a power lift gate. As for the optional Bang and Olufsen sound system, I have just two words to say to you fellow audiophiles out there—GET IT! It sounds absolutely amazing! I don’t recall how much I paid for it, but I don’t really care, because whatever it cost, it was worth it. It turns my commute to and from work as well as our frequent long car trips around east Texas into truly joyful listening experiences. My only beef here, and it’s small, is that there is no midrange control for the equalizer—yet, curiously, the Audi sound engineers saw it fit to incorporate separate controls for both the bass and subwoofer. Go figure. In addition to an adjustable control to finely modulate the surround sound effect, it also has an additional sound modification feature known as “3D Effect”, which allows you to further augment the ambiance of your music and give it even more of a concert hall feel. At least I think that was its purpose. Lastly, the tech in this car, including the “virtual cockpit” option (which I highly recommend!), is fantastic! Those Audi design engineers have thoroughly thought this car through and made it one of the most forward thinking cars on the market today. One peculiar oversight, however, and for me this was more than a bit of an annoyance considering the price point of this car, is the lack of a digital readout for tire PSI. A bit disappointing for a car that seems to address nearly every conceivable technophile’s whim—and then some. For lack of time and space, I can’t do justice to all the amazing and worthwhile tech and safety features this car has incorporated into it, but trust me, it’s mind boggling! It has truly been an awe-inspiring journey of discovery. In point of fact, the tech features in this car can sometimes be so engrossing that it can be downright distracting—if you let it. Just the same, if you’re in the market for a performance-oriented sports sedan yet yearn for the greater practicality of an SUV, I would highly encourage you to test drive this car—repeatedly. It’ll take more than a casual romp or two to truly appreciate the wealth of features this exceptional vehicle has to offer. But be sure to find a knowledgeable salesperson who can properly demonstrate the myriad thoughtful design features this car has to offer. Then, compare it to other similarly priced Japanese, German and domestic sports sedans out there. I promise, you won’t be disappointed.

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