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Love the Allroads
by Mike from Chicago, IL | March 22, 2013
This is my second Allroad, but my first 4.2l and I love the power. They are not hard to service and very reliable so they don't need too much.
High quality, though not full-out luxury. Due to adjustable air-ride suspension (for minimal rough/off road use) there is a slightly rougher ride than other upper- mid range vehicles. However, there is comfort, enough amenities for any taste and strong value retention. There is nearly zero body roll compared to other euro wagon types.