The new generation 2016 Audi A4 allroad quattro can be ordered on the Old Continent and the pricing details in Germany see the model starting from 44,750 euros.
Audi’s crossover wagon was introduced at the North American International Auto Show way back in January in Detroit and is now available for customers to place their orders in Europe. The entry-level version is using the turbodiesel 2.0 TDI engine sporting 163 horsepower (120 kilowatts) and can be had from €44,750, though this one is actually not up for grabs yet. That’s because Audi is maximizing its profit intake and has initially started offering the pricier versions, with the 2.0 TDI and its corresponding gasoline counterpart – the base 2.0 TFSI – only available on the A4 allroad quattro starting this summer. The early adopters will have to go for the more expensive and more powerful 3.0 TDI that comes with either 218 hp (160 kW) or 272 hp (200 kW). The first one will be €49,750 and the second will start from €54,400 in Germany.
The German market 2016 Audi A4 allroad quattro uses a standard seven-speed S tronic automatic transmission, xenon headlights, power tailgate, higher roof rails, and unique 17-inch aluminum wheels. It also boasts a new development of the ubiquitous quattro all wheel drive system that uses Audi’s ultra technology. The differences to the standard A4 Avant include an additional 1.3 inches (34 millimeters) of ground clearance and the quattro system as standard, which is now 0.3 liters / 100 km more fuel efficient compared to the predecessor.