The 2010 Audi S5: A Subcompact Car with All-Wheel Drive and Premium Gasoline

If you're in the market for a subcompact car that delivers impressive power, the 2010 Audi S5 is worth considering. This model boasts a V8 engine with 4.2L engine displacement and all-wheel drive, making it perfect for drivers who want a car that performs well in all weather conditions.

The S5 runs on premium gasoline and has an automatic transmission (S6), which allows for a smooth and comfortable ride. With 8 cylinders under the hood, this car is capable of delivering 354 horsepower and 325 lb-ft of torque.

In terms of fuel economy, the S5 gets an EPA model type index of 9, with a combined MPG of 19. It consumes 15.66 gallons of petroleum per year and has an annual fuel cost of $3750. On the highway, it delivers 24 MPG, while in the city, it gets 16 MPG.

The S5 has a CO2 tailpipe for fuel type of 467.74, and its annual petroleum consumption is 15.65842105263158. It is not a PHEV blended car, and it does not have an EPA fuel economy score or a GHG score. It also does not have a start-stop, T charger, or electric motor.

The 2010 Audi S5 has no MPG data, and its range is 0. However, it has a range city and highway of 0.0, and it does not consume any electricity in the city, highway, or combined. It also has no MFR coder or base model, but it is a powerful and reliable subcompact car that can deliver an enjoyable driving experience.