Audi A6 allroad Quattro Sport joins the range
New Audi A6 allroad Quattro Sport trim level features exterior upgrades and three engine options.
Audi has announced the availability of the new Sport trim level on the A6 allroad, starting at £3,700 more than the base model. The Audi A6 allroad Quattro Sport is on sale now, from £49,445 for the entry-level V6 TDI.
The A6 allroad Quattro was designed for mild off-roading, and had the styling to match. Now Audi has introduced the Sport trim level which includes a range of more premium features, clearly aimed at customers who desire their capable cars with a hint of design pizzazz.
The standard Sport spec includes new 19-inch alloy wheels, all-LED headlights, dynamic rear LED turn signals, electrically adjustable front sport seats and privacy glass, with a heads-up display and Matrix LED headlights available as options.
The Sport comes with a range of three six-cylinder TDI diesel engines. The 215bhp and 268bhp engines are mated to a seven-speed S tronic twin-clutch transmission, while the 316bhp and 650Nm output of the BiTDI is fed to the wheels via an eight-speed tiptronic transmission.
The 316bhp option can get you from 0-62 mph in 5.5s and has a top speed of 155mph. Official fuel economy on this model is 43.5 miles to the gallon, with a corresponding CO2 output of 172g/km. This increases to a combined cycle 50.4mpg for the 215bhp and 51.4mpg for the 268bhp, with CO2 dropping to 149 and 145g/km respectively.
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