The new Audi A6 Allroad is a car that doesn’t come with any pretensions. Available as a Quattro estate, it’s an all-rounder that is practical and comfortable, and which comes with Audi’s prestigious badge appeal. Higher priced than some of its rivals, the key question is whether this 4×4 estate is better as a 4×4 or an estate. Let’s take a closer look.
Audi A6 Allroad Test Drive
First things first, the 2015 Audi A6 Allroad isn’t particularly exciting to drive. It’s comfortable and it’s smooth, but it isn’t going to win any awards for offering exhilarating performance. With that said, it’s still a good drive, with diesels offering enough power to ensure that this car gets kudos as a steady cruiser. It’s not sports car, but then again – it isn’t meant to be.
Thanks to the introduction of an impressive aluminium bonnet, it’s lighter than last time, whilst further additions
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