Audi Allroad Overview
The Allroad provides rugged styling details and extra ground clearance for an SUV-like appearance with light off-road capabilities. Agile handling makes it fun to drive and the cabin is quiet and very well finished. A spunky, turbocharged four-cylinder engine, matched with a slick eight-speed automatic, provides decent acceleration. Its 22 mpg overall is competitive with the best small SUVs. Changes for 2015 include a standard power-operated liftgate. As nice as the Allroad is, Audi's Q5 SUV has the same powertrain, costs less, offers more rear-seat room and cargo space, and has a greater towing capacity. Reliability has been well above average.
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