Ah ok, I had at least hoped internet radio would have been covered - it worked to begin with but not any more.
Have to say the process of internet radio in the car is pretty silly given you have to start the MMi app on your phone.
I thought the tech pack came with a prepaid SIM? I'm trying to use the WiFi in the car but it says you have to register then buy a plan.
Am I missing something, or did I imagine the free element? I'm sure I read it was subject to fair usage somewhere.
Note I confidently told the dealer...
Isn't the difference just the additives - you're paying for those? I generally get BP/Shell because of that.
Mines averaging about 38MPG in real life, though the MMI claimed 51MPG on a long run the other day.
So - first 'full' tank, mostly my 70% motorway commute but including some rotten traffic (care of not leaving early enough) and a longer motorway trip (60 miles) and it returned 38.7 mpg. Admittedly I haven't ragged it but given it's still running in and the temps have been fairly low that's...
Coming from a diesel (quattro) Q3 to the 40 TFSI, I think personally I would find the 35 TFSI under-powered. I guess it all depends on what you've been used to. The A5 is a big car, at a guess I'd say it was more than sufficient in the A4 saloon but might be a bit underwhelming in an A5.
I can't help but think it will make more sense when there are more electric/hybrids. But even then it makes no sense against KW.
Pretty sure the equivalent from BMW, i.e x40i is a 3.0 turbo?
One thing I will say is I get more people trying to ride my backside than in the Q3!
I remain hopeful that three years from now it will be possible to spec a 40 TFSI Quattro - the 45 is far too expensive, may as well have an 'S'. That said E-Trons will likely be more prevalent by then.
I won't have another non-Quattro unless the price makes it impossible.
Same with mine, I knew this was going to be an issue coming from a Quattro. It's not too bad though - these days there isn't a ton of requirement to do a 0-60 foot to the floor. I'd be more annoyed it it suffered wheelspin accelerating from a lower speed.
That said I will definitely have...
Not usually a fan of start/stop but finding it more bearable in the A5, possibly because the petrol engine responds faster.
In any case, it has cut in a couple of time when lifting off at speed - is that normal?! I was on the motorway yesterday and lifted from ~70mph and the engine...