2010 Audi S5 on 2040-cars
Alplaus, New York, United States
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This loaded S5 has a 4.2L V8 engine. This is the last of the V8 S5s (later model years have a V6) and its a
powerhouse! 354 HP and 325 lb-ft of torque. This car has the optional Rear Sports Differential and the ability to
switch the car's suspension, steering and tuning to either comfort, auto or dynamic or a combination with an
individual setting. Putting this particular car in Dynamic mode with the AWE exhaust is pure fun!
This car has a professionally installed AWE Tuning Touring Edition Exhaust System. Factory options include:
Navigation Package with Rear Camera and parking Sensors, voice control for radio/phone/navigation, and driver
Sports Rear Differential
Bang & Olufsen Premium Sound System
Carbon Atlas Inlays
Wheel Lock Kit
Engine is in excellent condition and the car has been serviced in either the Audi dealership (New Country Audi in
Greenwich or Audi Meadowlands) or more recently, in the area’s best Porsche/Audi/exotic shop EuroTech Motorsports
in Mahwah, NJ. All service records are available. While it does have over 65,000 miles, most are highway miles
and this car was never abused or smoked in.
No accidents whatsoever. This car's engine, service record and interior are all in excellent condition. As stated
in the condition section, there are some dings and scratches on the car, so I would say the condition of the
exterior is good to very good an a KBB scale. In addition, the value of the RS5 grill was over $1,000 and the
exhaust was $2,100. The exhaust alone makes this car and I have received countless comments and compliments about
the way the car sounds.
I am very, very sad to let this car go as it has served me better and brought more smiles to my face than any other
vehicle I have owned.
Please note the following:
Audi S5 for Sale
Auto Services in New York
Wheel Fix It Corp ★★★★★
Warner`s Auto Body ★★★★★
Valu Muffler & Brake ★★★★★
Auto blogTue, 11 Feb 2014
Rumors have been swirling that Audi will unveil the next-generation TT at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, but now it seems as if European hot hatch fans will be getting a car of their own from the German automaker. Images of the S1 Sportback Quattro have leaked out today, giving us our first taste of the real thing after seeing the camouflaged version a few months ago.
Audi may be planning to release official details about the S1 and refreshed A1 tomorrow and debut them publicly in Geneva. The S1 is expected to use the Volkswagen 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder with about 230hp, all-wheel drive and a choice of six-speed manual or dual-clutch transmission. It is basically supposed to be Golf GTI in a tiny package with all-wheel drive.
While it is highly unlikely we are getting any version of the A1 on these shores, it's always fun to see the cars lucky European enthusiasts enjoy.
As promised, Audi has unveiled its Sport Quattro Concept here at the Frankfurt Motor Show, which takes inspiration from the 2010 Paris Motor Show debut known simply as the Quattro Concept. Both cars clearly seek to draw upon the company's legendary 1980 Ur-Quattro and its closely related Sport Quattro short-wheelbase rally special, yet this concept car looks more production-minded than the 2010 starlet.
Despite its more conservative duds, this handsome and muscular coupe actually packs significantly more power than the 2010 Paris showcar. In fact, it musters 700 horsepower and 590 pound-feet of torque from its plug-in hybrid powertrain, versus the Quattro Concept's more historically appropriate 2.5-liter five-cylinder turbo with 408 hp and 354 lb-ft. We're not going to complain about a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 plus an electric motor, nor will we grouse about its 3.7-second 0-62 mph dash, 190-mph top speed or 2.5 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers on the Euro cycle (roughly 94 miles per gallon US).
Stubborn rumors abound that Audi will offer a limited-edition version of this four-place coupe for sale, but for now, the company isn't talking. If such a model is offered, it's expected to cost significantly more than the R8 supercar, which might be a tough sell considering that vehicle's similar performance and more voluptuous - if less practical - shape.
Audi has unveiled a set of new television spots that seek to continue the company's proselytizing of diesel-fueled luxury cars to the American pubic. With TDI versions of the A6, A7, A8, Q5 and Q7 available for its 2014 model year range, this is a subject that's obviously near and dear to the hearts of Audi marketers.
The first commercial, The Station, makes a play on the fact that many car buyers in the US don't associate luxury cars (in this case an A8) with those green-handled pumps at the "gas" station. The second commercial, Range, is a lot more informative (albeit less fraught with screaming and slowmo), discussing just how easy it should be to find a diesel fueling station in your long-range TDI before you need to fill up.
Continue on below for a look at both new commercials, or to have Audi explain them to you in great detail, via its press release.