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2020 Audi S5 Sportback review: The perfect compromise

All the things I love about the RS5 Sportback carry over to the S5. It looks great, it's quiet, it's comfortable, the tech is top-notch and you can throw a bunch of stuff in the back thanks to its hatch. The S5's 3.0-liter turbo V6 makes 349 hp and 369 pound-feet of torque, which is plenty, and with Quattro all-wheel drive and a quick-shifting, eight-speed automatic transmission, this S5 will hit 60 mph in 4.5 seconds.

Yeah, the RS5 Sportback will do the 0-to-60-mph dash in 3.8 seconds, but unless you're regularly taking your four-door luxury hatchback to the track (you aren't), that 0.7-second discrepancy means next to nothing in the real world. Besides, one of my key complaints about the otherwise flawless RS5 is that it's kind of sterile -- like, sure, it's quick, but there's no raw emotion. The S5 is like this, too, but it's a little more appropriate in a car that's supposed to be a midtier performer. There's a big difference between a Mercedes-AMG C43 and C63, but the S5 and RS5 feel remarkably similar most of the time.

The S5's 3.0-liter V6 is a nice engine. There's lots of low-end torque and the twin-scroll turbocharger spools up quickly to deliver boost on demand. Having fun with the engine doesn't totally tank your fuel economy, either. I got 23 miles per gallon during a week of playing around in the canyons and running errands around Los Angeles, matching the EPA-estimated combined rating.

This top-level Prestige trim has the $2,500 S Sport Package add-on, which is a pretty solid upgrade. You get a stiffer suspension with adaptive dampers, though it's not so harsh that it'll punish you over highway expansion joints. But the real reason to grab this option is the sport rear differential, which adds torque-vectoring to the rear axle. And since the Quattro all-wheel-drive system is rear-biased anyway, this makes the S5 a little more lively in tight corners. You'll never mistake it for a rear-wheel-drive car, but that's fine. And if you reside in a cold-weather state, slap a set of winter tires on this bad boy and live it up when the roads are empty after a fresh snowfall.

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2020 Audi S5 Sportback

In addition to the usual Comfort, Auto and Dynamic settings, the Audi Drive Select has a customizable Individual mode, which I use all the time. My favorite way to drive the S5 is with the chassis on its softest setting, the steering in Dynamic and the engine in Auto. There's a variable-ratio Dynamic Steering option that you can add for $1,500, and I like the way it quickens up the response in its sportiest setting, though it's pretty light in the default Comfort mode.

The best thing about the S5 Sportback is a trait I've found in Audi's other S cars: great balance. With everything turned to Dynamic it's a hoot on twisty roads, but dial it back to Auto and the S5 chills out and just exists as a luxury car, which is perfect for when you're sitting in traffic or just picking up some carry-out from the taco place down the street. The RS5 has this nice balance as well, but it's $20,000 more expensive than an S5, and the extra power doesn't come with the extra excitement to make it worth the surcharge.

The S5 gets a few little updates this year, including refreshed LED headlights and taillights that don't really move the attractiveness needle for me one way or the other. I'm all for adding the $2,200 Black Optic Package, though; the 20-inch wheels look awesome and I like the darker trim around the outside of the car. I'll always prefer the Sportback body style to the two-door Coupe and Cabriolet, mostly because it adds a ton of functionality without screwing up the design. Pop the hatch and there's 21.8 cubic feet of storage space, more than doubling that of the S5 Coupe. Plus, you can easily fold the seats down to haul longer items. I'd say, "Who needs a crossover?" But I'm not about to open that can of worms.

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2020 Audi S5 Sportback

There's some new cabin tech in the S5 this year: Audi's MIB 3 multimedia system, housed on a 10.1-inch display. The good news is that the main menu tiles are colorful, the screen immediately responds to inputs and the overall menu structure is pretty easy to learn. The bad news is that the S5 doesn't get the second screen below the dash -- like what you find on the S6, for example -- so there isn't a huge pad for handwriting recognition. Instead, there's a simple row of climate controls which looks fine in this sophisticated cabin. Besides, the ace up the S5's sleeve is the Virtual Cockpit digital gauge cluster, which continues to be one of my favorite bits of car tech after all these years.

All that stuff comes standard on the Prestige, which is an $8,400 upcharge over the S5 Sportback's $52,895 starting price (including $995 for destination). You also get all of Audi's driver-assistance features, like full-speed adaptive cruise control with traffic jam assist, lane-keeping assist, a head-up display, traffic sign recognition, parking assist, a Bang & Olufsen premium sound system, wireless phone charging and a whole bunch of other goodies.

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2020 Audi S5 Sportback

A fully loaded S5 Sportback like this one comes in at $69,240. That feels like a lot, but it's totally in line with a Mercedes-AMG C43 (which isn't even a hatchback and therefore not as good). I think most people will be fine with a midlevel Premium Plus and a few choice options. I fooled around on Audi's configurator and came up with my perfect S5 Sportback and it's a slightly more reasonable $63,340.

The S5 Sportback is a really good all-rounder that's hard to top. Its main rivals are the BMW 440i Gran Coupe and Kia Stinger GT, unless you want to expand your thinking to include crossover-coupes which, well, no. The BMW is pretty old at this point and I'm not sure Audi buyers are open-minded enough to consider stopping by a Kia dealer just yet, no matter how cool the Stinger is. Honestly, the S5 Sportback's closest competitors are other Audis -- namely the S4 sedan or, really, an SQ5 crossover. But I'd totally have the S5 Sportback over both of those options. After all, I'd have it over the hot-shot RS5, too.

Sours: https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/reviews/2020-audi-s5-sportback-review/
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  • Respectable cargo capacity on Sportback
  • Punchy turbocharged engine
  • Modish technology features


  • Slightly disconnected driving experience
  • Adaptive cruise, lane keep assist, other features not standard
  • Regular A5 also a strong performer

Audi S5 Expert Review

Alex Leanse

The S5 is the performance-oriented version of Audi's swoopy A5. Its first generation debuted for model year 2007, and the current second-generation S5 was introduced for 2018. Available in two-door Coupe, drop-top Cabriolet, and four-door Sportback body styles, the S5 is positioned as a stylish alternative to the mechanically similar S4 sedan.

Numerous updates were applied to the S5 for 2020, including revised exterior styling and interior appointments, plus enhanced infotainment and technology features.

  • Fresh exterior styling
  • Revised interior trim and options
  • New infotainment interface running on larger touchscreen

Comparing component numbers and performance figures between the Audi S4 and S5 reveal many similarities: same drivetrain, same technology, and essentially the same performance. But what does the S5 have that the S4 doesn't? Emotion.

That's not so much in the driving experience; both deliver similarly composed and quick, if slightly numb, feel from behind the wheel. It's more so simply in the look. Where the S4 is handsome yet clinical, the S5 adds depth and drama to the sheet metal. That it can be had in sharp Coupe, sleek Sportback, or open-air Cabriolet body style only adds to the soulful appeal.

However, the S5 Sportback does have a notable pragmatic benefit over the S4 sedan: Its cargo capacity is more flexible, especially with the second-row seats folded down. Performance and practicality—what more could you want in a sports car?

In the case of the S5, sensory feedback. As rapid and responsive as it is, more communication from the controls would be welcome. Nonetheless, the S5 provides enjoyment, whether sat inside or simply admiring from the outside.

A turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 engine producing 349 hp and 369 lb-ft of torque powers the 2020 Audi S5 range. That output is sent through an eight-speed automatic transmission to a performance-tuned version of Audi's Quattro AWD system. When MotorTrend last tested the S5, it was the slightly more powerful (354 hp) 2018 version in Sportback form, which 0-60 mph acceleration times between 4.3 and 4.5 seconds.

Fuel economy is EPA-rated at 20/27 mpg city/highway for the S5 Sportback and Coupe. The S5 Cabriolet achieves 19/26 mpg.

The S5 is sporty, but for some drivers, it's just not enough. For them, Audi makes the RS 5. Available in Sportback or Coupe form, the RS 5 packs a twin-turbo V-6 cranking out 444 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque, sent to an aggressive tune of the Quattro AWD system. Bigger brakes, stiffer suspension, louder exhaust, and angrier bumper designs are among the RS 5's other upgrades. Although we found it more restrained than current segment competitors, its balance of twisty road performance and comfy cruising capability make it an appealing all-around sports car.

The IIHS has not specifically evaluated the S5 for crash safety, but the car's safety technology and body structure are very similar to the A5, which has been evaluated. Performance is similar between the Coupe and Sportback, which earn top Good scores in all crashworthiness evaluations. The standard front-crash prevention system earns the top Superior score in both vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian testing.

The NHTSA has partially evaluated for the 2020 S5, giving it a five-star (out of five) rollover score. Consider that the 2020 A5 Sportback earns a five-star overall safety rating, comprised of five-star side crash and rollover scores, and a four-star frontal crash score.

All trims get forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking standard. Rear and side cross-traffic alerts are added to Premium Plus. Adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, and road sign recognition are included on Prestige trim.

In the S5 Sportback, 21.8 cubic feet of cargo volume are available behind the second row, and standard 40/20/40 split-folding second-row seatbacks provide up to 35.0 cubic feet. In the front row, there are 39.4 inches of headroom, and 41.3 inches of legroom. In the second row, headroom and legroom list at 37.0 and 35.1 inches, respectively.

Trunk cargo volume is reduced in the S5 Coupe and Cabriolet, although the Coupe's split-folding second row aids practicality. Front-row headroom in these models are within an inch of the Sportback, and front-row legroom is identical.

For 2020, all S5 trims receive a 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen loaded with Audi's latest MIB 3 interface. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity, and two front-row USB ports are included; two additional second-row USB ports come on Sportback Premium Plus and Prestige trims. S5 Premium trims have a 7.0-inch gauge cluster information display, while Premium Plus and Prestige trims are equipped with the Audi Virtual Cockpit, a 12.3-inch digital display which replaces the analog instrument gauges. Prestige models also get a head-up display, a 360-degree view parking camera, and a semi-autonomous parking assist system. GPS navigation is optional on Premium Plus but standard on Prestige. A 10-speaker audio system is fitted on Premium and Premium Plus models, but Prestige trim features a Bang & Olufsen premium audio system with 19 speakers on Sportback and Coupe and 20 on Cabriolet.

2020 Audi S5 Sportback Premium: Basic S5 trim features 18-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and taillights, a trunk-mounted spoiler, and signature Audi S design touches like satin aluminum side mirror caps and quad exhaust tips. The interior has leather seating surfaces upholstered in leather and faux suede with diamond stitching, heating and massaging power-adjustable front seats, the leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel has paddle shifters, and ambient lighting enhances the cabin's aluminum trim. There's a 7.0-inch display in the gauge cluster and a 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen atop the dashboard. Push-button engine start, two front-row USB ports, a sunroof, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and three-zone automatic climate control are among the technology and convenience inclusions.

The S5 Sportback and Coupe are available in the Premium trim, but the Cabriolet starts off with Premium Plus.

2020 Audi S5 Sportback Premium Plus: The side mirrors on Premium Plus trim gain auto-dimming and power-folding capability. Interior changes are composed of driver's seat memory settings and additional soft-touch trim on the door armrests and center console. The 12.3-inch virtual gauge cluster supplants the standard analog dials. Hands free keyless access, front and rear parking sensors, and two USB ports for the second row become standard equipment on this trim. Side and rear cross-traffic alert are also added.

Premium Plus trim can be had on S5 Sportback, Coupe, and Cabriolet.

2020 Audi S5 Sportback Prestige: At the top of the S5 range is Prestige trim, which gets integrated headlight washers, sound-reducing dual-pane front side windows, and enhanced LED headlights with a nifty animation feature when unlocking or locking the vehicle. The cabin ambient lighting system gets adjustable colors. Technology upgrades comprise of a head-up display, 360-degree view parking camera system, and GPS navigation. Semi-autonomous parking assist, adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, and road sign recognition enhance the driver-assist suite.

Prestige trim is the highest for S5 Sportback, Coupe, and Cabriolet.

Sours: https://www.motortrend.com/cars/audi/s5/2020/


Capitalizing on the already excellent A5 coupe and cabriolet, the 2020 Audi S5 positions itself as the sportier alternative. While the regular 5 has a dutiful turbocharged four-cylinder, the S version carries a 349-hp turbo V-6 that delivers truly impressive acceleration. Both the coupe and convertible S5 are also lithe around corners and smooth down the straights. Combine that with a well-built interior that boasts massaging front seats and upscale materials and these Audis are just as sophisticated as they are sporty. Those looking for a usable back seat should investigate the S5 Sportback (reviewed separately) and those seeking break-neck performance will want the rowdy RS5 (coupe only). Otherwise the 2020 S5 hits the sweet spot for sportiness and value.

What's New for 2020?

For 2020, Audi gives the S5 coupe and cabriolet a makeover. Their faces now have a more determined look, with a larger grille and air intakes as well as revised lighting elements. Their lower side sills also have been redefined, and their rear diffusers and exhaust outlets look different. Inside, the S5 lineup adds the company's new infotainment software (called MIB 3) that runs through a new 10.1-inch touchscreen. Unfortunately, this means the rotary controller that made the system so intuitive to operate is no longer offered. On the plus side, the 2020 S5 lineup is cheaper than the outgoing models.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

While the S5 cabriolet allows us to catch a tan while we're streaking down the street, we're not as excited about its additional weight and inflated price. That's why we'd recommend the S5 coupe with the Premium Plus trim. This combination includes standard amenities such as the 12.3-inch fully digital gauge cluster, blind-spot monitoring, navigation, passive entry with push-button start, rear cross-traffic alert, and wireless phone charging. We'd also opt for the S Sport package that adds red brake calipers, a torque-vectoring rear differential, and sport-tuned adaptive dampers. These upgrades help optimize the S5's driving character, unlike the optional Dynamic Steering that we think compromises its feedback.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

All S5s come with the same 349-hp turbocharged V-6 engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission, and all-wheel drive. Thanks to its launch-control system and all-wheel-drive traction, the last S5 coupe we tested delivered competitive acceleration in a class of quick alternatives. In our testing, it went from zero to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds. Despite the additional weight, the convertible S5 cabriolet that we tested was still plenty quick, hitting 60 mph in 4.8 seconds. Both titillating two-door S5s we tested were equipped with the optional 19-inch performance tires and the S Sport package, which adds a torque-vectoring rear differential and adaptive dampers. As equipped, our test cars sported firm but still compliant rides. The coupe also came equipped with the Dynamic Steering option, which quickens the steering the more the wheel is turned from center. We found the system uncommunicative and unpredictable; we recommend against it and that you stay with the standard fixed-ratio steering setup.

Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG

With a potent turbocharged V-6 and standard all-wheel drive, one might expect the S5 coupe and cabriolet to have not-so-great fuel economy. However, the EPA expects the fixed-roof version to earn 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway—choosing the convertible reduces both ratings by 1 mpg. While we've tested a coupe on our 75-mph real-world route, we haven't tested one since the government reduced its highway rating from 30 mpg last year to 27 mpg this year.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

The S5's interior is marked by soft-to-the-touch, expensive-feeling materials, high-quality fit and finish, and a user-friendly design. Both driver and front-seat passenger are treated to comfortable and roomy power-adjustable seats, while rear-seat riders are left with the bare minimum of acceptable space. Those in need of more rear-seat room should look at the four-door S5 Sportback, which has a longer wheelbase and offers more room for rear passengers. The S5's interior starts with a conservative but modern dashboard design that's pieced together with laser-tight precision. Additionally, every S5 includes luxuries such as front seats with heating and massage functions, three-zone climate control, and push-button start. In our testing, the S5 coupe held as many carry-on suitcases as the BMW 440i coupe, making it one of the top rated in its segment. Meanwhile, the convertible swallowed as many carry-ons in its trunk as the Mercedes-AMG C43 cabriolet. Additionally, the S5's comparatively low lift-over height and wide trunk opening make loading items into the cargo bay an easy affair.

Infotainment and Connectivity

Every 2020 S5 is outfitted with Audi's latest infotainment software, which is displayed on a high-mounted 10.1-inch touchscreen. The system also can be operated via voice recognition and steering-wheel controls, but the intuitive rotary controller on the center console has been nixed. Along with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, the S5 can be equipped with a slick-looking 12.3-inch fully digital gauge cluster, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and a 705-watt Bang & Olufsen audio system.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

The 2020 S5 hasn't been crash-tested by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Instead, the coupe and convertible have a suite of standard and optional driver-assistance gear. Key safety features include:

  • Standard automated emergency braking
  • Available blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert
  • Available adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go technology

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

The S5's warranty is average for the class. Kudos to Audi for offering complimentary scheduled maintenance, even if it doesn't last as long as other manufacturers, such as BMW.

  • Limited warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers four years or 50,000 miles
  • Complimentary maintenance is covered for one year or 10,000 miles
Sours: https://www.caranddriver.com/audi/s5-2020

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