Maybe slightly unfair there as the Audi A4 Allroad will give more off road ability than most owners will ever need, and its handling on the hard stuff is very good, covering large distances without any problems.
The Audi A4 Allroad like its big brother the Audi A6 Allroad has an impeccable finish, although there is not a huge amount of standard equipment available with cruise control, sat-nav and parking sensors are all cost options. The Audi A4 Allroad trimmings do however include a unique grille and bumpers, 18inch wheels, wheel arch extensions and extra aluminum adornment to give it more of a powerful feel.
Usability of the car is exceptional with handy boot dividers along with 490 liters of space with the rear seats still up.
The rear seats have more than enough room for three ample sized adults along with an exceptional front cabin which is probably one of the best on the market.
Under the bonnet the Audi A4 Allroad packs a punch. With the commanding 2.0 liter TD giving out 168bhp and reaching 62mph in 8.9secs, and a top speed of 133mph.
A very good car if it fits your needs precisely although costing up to £2790 more than the Audi A4 equivalent, with the entry level costing around the £30k mark, this Audi seems to be a lot of extra cash outlaid for the occasional off road usage.
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