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The 2016 Audi Allroad is a five-seat wagon that competes against the Volvo V60 Cross Country. It's offered in one trim level, 2.0T Premium. All-wheel drive comes standard.
Newly standard for 2016 is a three-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel. The Navigation Plus Package includes the Audi Connect information system and a smart key. Audi Allroad Premium Plus models with the Technology Package feature a Bang & Olufsen sound system.
The 2016 Audi Allroad isn't the most affordable in its class, but it may make a good stepping stone for Audi sedan owners who want more space. Families on a budget might be better served by a Subaru Outback or similar vehicle, while those wanting simpler design and advanced safety features are more likely to find those things in a V60 or XC70.
The 2016 Audi Allroad comes with a 220-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. Xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights with LED daytime running lights, a panoramic moonroof and a power liftgate are also included. The seats are upholstered in leather. As is required in all new vehicles of this model year, front airbags, antilock brakes and an electronic stability system are standard.
Significant available features include a backup camera, a blind spot warning system, wood interior trim, heated front seats, a navigation system with Audi Connect and Wi-Fi, and a Bang & Olufsen premium stereo.
If you need more cargo space and slightly more ground clearance than you have on your Audi sedan, the 2016 Audi Allroad is a fun-to-drive option. The cabin is crafted from upscale materials, and the available navigation system uses attractively styled maps. Despite being a wagon, though, its cargo room and backseat legroom aren't overly generous, and its high starting price won't impress families on a budget.
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