Audi A6 Allroad Quattro Sport Joins the Party

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Audi A6 Allroad Quattro Sport Joins the Party

Audi A6 Allroad 2016

The A6 Allroad Quattro Sport joins the party with three Audi engine options

Audi A6 Allroad has joined the party in the UK with sport trim levels and the A6 Allroad models will be starting from £3700 extra than the standard A6 versions. The Audi A6 Allroad Quattro Sport has already available in the UK markets with the starting prices from £49,500 for an Audi A6 V6 TDi engine.

At the start of this exclusive model, it was decided to design the car as a mild off-roader with the off-roading style. Now Audi has introduced the Sport trim level that includes a range of more premium features. The entire model was clearly styled to target the customers who desire some capable cars for them.

Audi A6 Allroad design Specifications

All new Audi A6 Allroad sport spec includes new 19-inch alloy wheels, all LED headlights and exclusively dynamic rear LED lights for the signals.

Front seats are electronically adjustable and there is an option of privacy glass also available. A heads up display and Matrix LED headlights are also offered as an option.

Audi A6 Diesel Engines

As mentioned earlier, Audi A6 Sport comes with a range of 6-cylinder TDi diesel engines where, 215bhp and 268bhp engines are mated to S tronic seven speed twin clutch transmission.

While an eight speed tiptronic transmission has been offered on 316bhp BiTDi engine.

Engine capabilities

This engine can push the A6 Allroad from standstill to 62 miles per hour in just 5.5 seconds. It has a top speed of 155 miles per hour and an officially claimed fuel economy of 43.5 miles per gallon, however the corresponding CO2 emissions of 172g/km are claimed.

On other hand, a combined cycle fuel economy of 50.4 miles per gallon has been acclaimed for 215bhp engine. The 268bhp engine offers a fuel economy of 51.5 miles per gallon with a rated output of 268bhp. At this specific engine, the carbon emissions dropped by 3g/km to make it a 145g/km in total.