Spacious property and capable off-road, the A4 Allroad does everything you need. Even better, there is no image problem.
Once again a pleasant surprise. The A4 Allroad feels very much like an A4 action – except for some nice walks. Yes, there is an element of body roll when you go mentally in comfort mode, but still hangs well together. Store in dynamic mode and you can select a A4 sedan smoothly at all – even if the trip is a little hard in very bad shots.
The Allroad is used in 37mm ground clearance, so the stakes actually better than any sedan variants – even if you put in “dynamic” mode, the adaptive chassis. It is not even too soggy when in the “comfort”. In addition, there are decent seats, plenty of space (even if this is the little brother of the A6 Allroad) and good visibility. The 37mm makes a big difference to the driving position.
There is a gasoline engine 2.0-liter TFSI with 208bhp and 258 pound-feet of torque, a 2.0-liter TDI 174bhp (return 46.3mpg) and a 3.0-liter with 240bhp, a whopping 348 pounds feet of torque and a 0-62 mph time of 6.2 seconds. There are also 45.6mpg and emits 161 g / km of CO2.
Smaller than A6 Allroad (obviously), the A4 still holds that the capacity of the property that makes it very easy to do on Ferry a small family. Loading heights are impressive, and breaking through urban potholes is fine if you have to cope with the beef. It is the size of an A4 Avant, it just feels more usable.
The mpg figures are very reasonable, if not surprising, and is available for just over 31k pounds in one. Insurance is relatively good, although the main dealer service can be costly. not bad.