The A4 Saloon is the country’s best car of 2016, according to What Car? Magazine, and it’s easy to see why. Packed with good features, the A4 is comfortable, well made and looks great.
The A4 Avant estate version offers the same qualities, but in a more practical body - and now there's a new version of the estate, with enhanced off-roading ability and extra security on the road.
The A4 Allroad quattro offers the great space and quality that the standard estate does, but adds the world-renowned four-wheel drive system quattro, which has been used since the 1980s and won Audi world rallying titles.
Applied to a wide range of Audi’s road cars since, from the TT sports car up to the A8 saloon and the dedicated Q-range of off-road cars, quattro has proven one of the most reliable and useful systems on the market.
Cosmetically the Allroad quattro does differ from the standard A4, as the car has been raised to prevent damage to the underside of the car when it is used off-road. With added protective trim around the wheel arches, front and back bumpers, and sills, the Allroad's more rugged look gives it more road presence.
Thanks to its more rugged and SUV styling, it feels more usable to load to the brim and can be used for almost every situation.
In terms of engines, both petrol and diesel options are on offer, with the latest Audi engines ranging from 148hp (2.0 TDI) to 268hp (3.0 TDI), and will be paired with either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed or eight-speed automatic gearbox.
For the latest updates on the Audi A4 Allroad quattro, contact your nearest JCT600 Audi dealership.
Added: 04 April 2016