Audi A5 Coupe (2016 -) Buying & Selling

Review by Adam Binnie on
Last Updated: 11 Jan 2017
4.6
The original Audi A5 Coupe has gone down as something of a style icon among fans of the brand, but its subtle looks were at times hard to distinguish from the four-door A4, particularly in Sportback form. You can’t say the same for the more brutish new model though.

3.5 out of 5

Buying new

This is a popular and desirable model so don’t expect much in the way of money off. Your best bet is to haggle for some options or a service plan thrown in. There could be a waiting list on some models so an online broker could be a good way to beat the queues and get a discount.

3.5 out of 5

Buying used

Look towards the Audi dealer network for a decent secondhand buy, most come with a warranty and breakdown cover, plus a good level of pre-sale care.

Make sure optional tech works properly, including expensive-to-fix items like the Virtual Cockpit and LED Matrix headlights. As ever, carry out a Parkers Car History Check to find out if there’s any hidden past you should be aware of.

See 172 used Audi A5 Coupes for sale, starting at £15,000

4.5 out of 5

Selling

This is a popular and desirable car with a great range of engines, solid interior and Audi badge on the front, so you won’t have a hard time finding a buyer.

Because there will be so many around, it’s essential you make yours stand out from the crowd by taking a suite of clear pictures and explaining the full specification of the car in your advert.