Audi A6 cars
Luxury-car shoppers who love value have long cheered the Audi A6. And in true Audi fashion, the midsize A6 gives you a lot for a very competitive price. One of the A6's primary strengths is its deluxe cabin. Materials are first-rate, and the overall design is nothing short of class-leading. Its winter-weather capability is another plus. A6s are available with the Quattro all-wheel-drive system, which distributes power to all four wheels, making icy roads more manageable. But the car's most compelling asset concerns value. In terms of overall quality, the Audi A6 is right up there with other midsize luxury cars, but it costs thousands less. A used A6 represents an even more affordable proposition.
Audi A6 TDI
Audis Latest 3.0-litre TDI Quattro A6 Looks Set To Present Rivals Premium Manufacturers With A Challenge That Will Be Hard To Beat. Although boxing managers know that a good little un will always beat a poor big un, size counts in the executive car market. Take Audis A6, traditionally the shortest, narrowest car in the sector when compared to rivals from BMW, Mercedes and Jaguar. No longer. The third generation A6 has turned the tables on its opposition, entering the heavyweight division not only with more space but, in the case of the diesel 3.
Audi A6 prices
Audi A6 prices start from a reasonable 36,300.00 USD and reach 85,700.00 USD at the top end of the market and show a huge saving of up to 6,000.00 USD off list price. PCP Car Finance and leasing options are also available.
Audi A6 Quattro
Audi improved its midsize sedan across the board, with the possible exception of the new familial grille treatment. Adding a substantial 3.2 inches between the wheels but less than half that in overall length, the new 2005 Audi A6 4.2 Quattro now stretches out 193.5 inches and offers impressive handling and performance when equipped with the V-8 and Sport suspension options. A full list of standard in-car gadgets complements top-notch materials and design to make the A6's cabin among the best in the business. Options such as the navigation system and satellite radio are integrated nicely into the Multi-Media Interface (MMI) and allow the use of voice commands, enhancing the overall driving experience rather than overwhelming the driver with potential distractions. We found the MMI particularly usable, even though it lacks a touch screen, but some of the A6's amenities require time spent studying the owner's manual.
Audi A6 Allroad
In terms of ride, the Audi reigns supreme. The standard height-adjustable air suspension has five models - there are off-road presets, while predictably the 'comfort' setting provides the best ride, and 'dynamic' reduces body roll in bends. The handling is composed and stable, and the steering precise, if a little lifeless. Overall, the Allroad does a good job of ironing out bumps and makes a fine long-distance cruiser. Mot models sold will be diesels, with the 2.7-litre V6 TDI forming an admirable entry-level model. Smooth and quiet, it's blessed with an excellent Tiptronic six-speed auto too, though larger engines will be needed if performance is paramount.
Audi A6 diesel
Forget the smog-spewing oil-burners of old--a whole new generation of cleaner diesel cars is on its way to U.S. showrooms. In anticipation of the new wave of European-sourced diesels, we got our hands on an Euro-spec Audi A6 3.0 CDI to see how it compared with its gasoline equivalent. Having put it through a number of highly scientific emissions tests and the obligatory zero-to-60 run, we have to admit to being fairly impressed.