The latest Audi A4 and A5 passenger vehicles have been announced for our market. Audi is still strongly committed to their sedans and derivatives even though nearly 67% of their sales so far this year are SUVs.
The A4 includes sedan and station wagon variants and there is an All-Road station wagon made to cope with reasonable dirt road experiences.
The A5, a sleeker fastback style of car comes in either a four door Sportsback, a coupe or a convertible.
Most variants have a four-cylinder petrol engine but the All road has an extra diesel engine option.
A4s are priced from about $60,000 to $70,000.
The A5 Sportsback and coupe cost $72,000. The cabriolet is an extra $13,500. On road costs are extra.
The infotainment system has ten times the computing power but some features such as adaptive cruise control and lane assist are only options.
Im David Brown
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