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Audi Announces U.S. Pricing for 2008 A5, S5 Models

September 13, 2007 - Press Release

Audi of America, Inc. recently announced pricing for the all-new 2008 A5 and S5 coupes.A5 models with a six-speed manual transmission will start at $39,900 and S5 models with a six-speed manual start at $50,500. Both the A5 and S5 have asymmetric quattro all-wheel drive standard. Destination charges are $775 for both models, and are not included in the base price. Six-speed Tiptronic automatic transmissions are available for both models and are a $1,300 option. Manual transmission S5 models will arrive at dealers in November 2007 and all A5 models and Tiptronic S5 cars will be available in spring of 2008. The 2008 A5 is powered by 3.2 FSI V6 engine with the new Audi Valvelift System, and produces 265 hp at 6500 rpm and 243 ft.-lbs. of torque between 3250-5000 rpm. The S5 has a 4.2 FSI V8 engine making 354 hp at 6800 rpm and 325 ft.-lbs. of torque at 3500 rpm. Both engines give the new coupe breath-taking acceleration. The A5 takes just 5.8 seconds from 0-60 mph, while the S5 is an even faster 4.9 seconds. All coupe models will come with numerous luxury features as standard such as leather covered power front seats, three-zone automatic climate control, in-dash six-CD changer and Sirius satellite radio, electromechanical parking brake, driver info display, rain and light sensor for automatic lights and wipers, and a leather-covered, multi-function tilt and telescoping three spoke steering wheel.
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