Congrats. Is the 2.0 T the only available engine there?
Nothing confirmed on pricing, but I've read Audi is looking at a $1,500 to $2,000 above the pricing of the A4 Avant --- which would put the base price around $38k.
Mine is ordered with Premium Plus and the layered oak inlays for the interior. I'm guessing price will be around $43k before my discounts.
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I think this new Allroad is really well done, but the single drivetrain choice is disappointing. I'm sure it will drive well, but a TDI/6-Speed combo would be just awesome for this car. It sucks when Audi offers great TDI engines and manual gearboxes, yet expecting their availability in a car like this puts you in a dream world. Oh well, it should be a good choice for those looking for a slightly more upscale alternative to a Legacy Outback.
Are these designed to be off road vehicles? I can't figure it out. What sets these apart from "regular" 4x4 Audi sedans and wagons?
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What is the curb weight of this beast?
I'm really interested in this configuration, but am hard pressed to unload my very new 2008 sLine avant for a bigger heavier car with essentially the same engine. (+11hp?)
It's very pretty though. I guess if you put an air suspension on it you'd actually have what I always liked about the original, slammy freeway ride and lifty dirt roadness.
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I am hoping this allroad will be successful enough for Audi of America to consider importing the larger Audi A6 allroad as well to complement the smaller model.
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