Large-capacity and off-road Finca, the 2019 A4 Allroad Quattro does everything you need. Even better, no picture problem.
Prices Starting at: $46,695
Smaller than the A6 Allroad (obviously), the A4 still maintains that capacity of estate that makes it a dodde to transport a small family. The loading heights are cooler, and traversing the urban potholes is fine when you have the meat to cope with. It’s not bigger than a A4 Avant, it just feels more usable.
Once again a pleasant surprise. The 2019 A4 Allroad Quattro looks a lot like a A4 stock, except a little more enjoyable. Yes, there is a body balancing element if you become mental in comfort mode, but it still stays very well. Paste it into dynamic mode and you can tag along a A4 room without any problems at all, even though the march becomes a little hard by the really bad blows.
Allroad has 37 mm inserted in the handling height, so it actually works better than any of the room variants, even when the adaptive suspension is placed in “dynamic” mode. It doesn’t even get wet when it’s “comfortable “. Also, there are decent seats, plenty of space (although this is the small brother of A6 Allroad) and a good overview. That 37mm makes a big difference in the driving position.
There is a 2.0-liter TFSI petrol engine with 208bhp and 258lb ft of torque, a 2.0-liter TDI with 174bhp (returning 46.3 mpg) and a 3.0-liter with 240bhp, an incredible torque of 348lb ft and a 0-62mph time of 6.2 seconds. It also returns 45.6 mpg and emits 161g/km of CO2. You’ll want a diesel, obviously.
Cost and reliability
The MPG figures are very reasonable if they are not surprising, and you can get one for only £32,000 the insurance is relatively good, although the main dealer service can be expensive. Not bad, though.