Used Audi A5 Cabriolet (2009 - 2017) Buying & Selling

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Last Updated: 30 Jul 2015
The Audi A5 Cabriolet replaces the convertible version of the A4, though this is a more upmarket car than before. Unlike similar convertibles - such as the BMW 3-Series - Audi has stuck with a fabric roof, keeping weight down and saving valuable boot space.
4 out of 5

Buying used

The standard car isn't chosen by many new buyers, so the SE and S line should be more popular. That's good news as these come better equipped as standard with key equipment such as leather seats and parking sensors. It's worth finding out exactly what optional extras any potential purchase has as these could affect the price. What may seem like an overpriced car may be kitted out with thousands of pounds worth of extras.

Most new buyers spend a considerable amount on options.

See 91 used Audi A5 Cabriolets for sale, starting at £4,295

4.5 out of 5


As with all soft tops, it's still easier to sell when spring arrives. All versions should sell quickly, although six-cylinder versions are likely to take a little more work. Four-cylinder versions are more likely to be sought after as people look to minimise running costs. The 2.0T FSI may be the entry-level model but it's worth pointing out that this is the same engine that's used in the 2009 Volkswagen golf GTI.