My morning with the A5 was even colder than Kelly's, so I didn't have the guts to drop the top, although I was very tempted to try Audi's Mercedes-Benz-style neck-warmer. Even with the top raised, though, the A5 cabrio is a wonderful car, and, as others have mentioned, it's very easy to forget that you're in a soft-top convertible, so quiet and well-insulated is the ragtop. But the most amazing thing about this top, in my opinion, is that it has reading lights for rear-seat passengers integrated smack-dab into the middle of its lining. How awesome is that?! I've never seen such a feature in any convertible. And the back seat is actually big enough for adults. I was also pleasantly surprised by the amount of trunk space.
About the only thing I don't like about the A5 convertible is that it just can't match the pure beauty of its coupe sibling. But that's like criticizing Pavel Datsyuk because he can't hit a free throw.
Rusty Blackwell, Copy Editor