Owned an Allroad years ago and was looking for a good winter car. Happy to find a low mileage example. Comfortable and rugged and still has some style 15 years later
Best Car I have owned
Am holding on to my Audi Allroad because I can't find a good replacement. Only repair has been to the suspension and it was not expensive. Handles beautifully in all weathers and is supremely comfortable on long trips.
Amazing ride quality
I have enjoyed our Allroad. Onlyrepair has been the left side air "spring". Other repairs have been comparable to other makes I have owned. By far the most comfortble for road trips.
Falls apart at 64,000 miles
self leveling system problems,automatic transmission problem,and other small problems!!! Dont buy!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Small, sporty wagon...great handling and comfortable, very nice interior. Good car if you have small kids but don't want a minivan!
Falls apart at 50,000 miles
I bought a used 2002 Allroad about a year ago as a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle. There were constantly minor issues that brought it to the shop (for example the "vehicle elevation adjustment system"). Now at 54,000 miles it appears to be falling apart. Interesting that the Certified Program ended at 50,000 miles! They claim that the warranty extends to 100,000 miles - but it hasn't covered anything I've been in the shop for. Over the last three weeks I have already been in the shop twice (cv joints - nearly $800, a blown headlamp - 2nd time it failed) and today a brake light failed. Normal stuff, I'm sure, but who has the time to go to the dealer every week? I like the car's styling and handling, but if planned obsolesence is a fact maybe this was a bad purchase and it's time to dump it?