At a Glance
|Pricing||$44,000 - $51,400|
|Engines||2.0l I4 T|
|Fuel Economy||23 (city), 28 (highway)|
The Audi A4 was for many years the smallest line of cars Audi sold in the U.S. Today, the A4 is effectively a mid-sized car. The A4 range includes a station wagon body style which is marketed as the allroad in the U.S. market. The only available powertrain on the allroad is a 252-bhp four-cylinder turbo mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. Audi's quattro AWD system is standard on the allroad. Standard equipment includes essential upscale appointments like leather-appointed power seats, and three-zone automatic climate control. With pricing in the mid-$40,000 range, the allroad is a unique alternative to a SUV.
Like the sedan, the A4 wagon was redesigned for 2017. In the US market, the A4 wagon is marketed as the A4 allroad and offered exclusively with all-wheel-drive. Power from the standard 2.0l turbocharged four-cylinder engine increased to 252-bhp and a seven-speed dual-cutch transmission is standard.
Functional practicality with premium offroad design are just some of the highlights of the all-new A4 allroad New quattro(R) system varies torque distribution front to rear Increased ground clearance, more robust underbody protection and improved cargo capacity, compared to the sedan, make the A4 allroad the perfect companion in any driving situation Combining functional practicality with premium offroad design, the all-new 2017 A4 allroad is the perfect companion in any driving situation. With standard quattro...Read.
|A4 allroad quattro Premium||2.0l I4 T (252-bhp)||SM7||AWD||23/28/25||64||$44,000|
|A4 allroad quattro Premium Plus||2.0l I4 T (252-bhp)||SM7||AWD||23/28/25||64||$47,000|
|A4 allroad quattro Prestige||2.0l I4 T (252-bhp)||SM7||AWD||23/28/25||64||$51,400|