2016 Audi Allroad Redesign, Release and Changes

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2016 Audi Allroad Specs

The 2016 Audi Allroad is a small wagon that features brawny styling, perky performance, and slightly more all-weather capability than a typical long-roof. It’s a great choice for families who want some extra room to spread out but don’t want to move into a tall crossover.

While the previous edition of the Allroad was built on A6 underpinnings, the current Allroad uses the same platform as the current A4 sedan; because Audi’s models have grown over the years, this Allroad is about the same size as that A6-based version. The recipe hasn’t changed much, either: It’s still a station wagon with a slightly taller ride height, earning it some of the advantages of an SUV without compromising too much on the driving dynamics found in a sports sedan.

2016 Audi Allroad Review

2016 Audi Allroad Price

Pricing for the new 2016 Audi Allroad has been set at $43,625 – $56,670 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2016 Audi Allroad we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2016 Audi Allroad Specs

Audi offered the Avant in this market until a few years ago, when it switched all of its A4-based wagons to the Allroad trim. It can be considered as half-way between the the four-door A4 and the Q5 crossover. This Outback-like treatment works very well on the five-door A4, with its raised ride height, distinctive lower-body styling, and aluminum-look exterior trim. The Allroad has a stronger stance from the side, while at the front there’s a little more presence, in part due to the vertically ribbed chrome grille. Trim LED headlamps are chamfered at the top corners for a subdued, sophisticated appearance across the nose, while wide fog lamps add substance down below. Most models get matte-finish cladding for the lower body and around the wheel wells, although a higher-gloss look is available as an option.

2016 Audi Allroad Release Date

Initial impressions may lead to some happy head-scratching after you’ve taken the Allroad through some tight esses or down any back road. Despite its stockier stance, it seems to handle a bit better than the A4 sedan. Big 18-inch wheels and taller-profile tires give it better stability than the standard A4 can offer. Though it rides about 1.5 inches higher, the Allroad’s suspension loads up more predictably, and the quattro system can send up to 85 percent of torque to the rear wheels (60 percent in normal driving). Like the four-door, the Allroad can be fitted with dynamic variable-ratio steering and Drive Select, which tailors the car’s electric power steering, transmission, throttle, and shock settings for sporty or soft driving.

Seating in the Allroad is excellent, although the back seat’s tightness is a limiting factor. In front, even the base seats provide great support for longer highway trips, with just enough side bolstering. In back, the seating position is a bit low, and perhaps better contoured than in most crossovers, but there’s simply no place for knees and feet for taller adults. With 27.6 cubic feet behind the rear bench, and an easy-folding seat arrangement, the Allroad is great at making room for weekend projects and other cargo needs. Flip the back row forward and you have up to 50 cubic feet.

The Allroad pushes the rugged look on the outside, but it’s not likely to see much use on real trails. It’s fine for casual off-pavement driving a gravel road sounds about right and the Allroad’s stability control includes a special mode that allows for more wheelspin, in case it’s stuck in muck and needs to extract itself. Ground clearance is 7.1 inches less than the Subaru Outback, but about the same as some taller ‘soft’ crossovers and the Allroad has some modest underbody protection for light trailblazing.

2016 Audi Allroad Redesign

2016 Audi Allroad Engine

The 2.0-liter TFSI turbocharged four-cylinder engine makes 220 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque. It’s paired only with a responsive eight-speed automatic transmission that features a sport mode, and power is then sent to the latest quattro all-wheel-drive system. Last year’s bump in power knocked a tenth of a second off the dash to 60 mph now 6.4 seconds, officially. From the driver’s seat, the 3,900-pound Allroad responds well with any prod from the right foot, and the transmission doesn’t hesitate to shift early when you don’t need the revs. Gas mileage is officially 21 mpg city, 28 mpg highway, and 24 mpg combined according to the EPA; in an extended test we saw 24 mpg in a mix of driving and have seen, quite consistently, more than 30 mpg in relaxed highway driving at legal speeds.

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