To keep in line with major trade partners Liberia and Myanmar I think..
This review just makes me want an original Allroad. I’ve got a similar-vintage Outback right now, so why not step up to the luxury option from the same era? There’s an Allroad for sale near me, with a six-speed, for $2800. Sure it’s got 236,000 miles on the clock, but it looks super well cared-for and the owner says… Read more
I really loved the original Allroad, especially the fact that they would sell you one with a manual transmission. That said, having driven both the Tiptronic and shift-your-own variants, I actually liked the automatic variant better in most cases. The original in the pictures here is a beautiful survivor. I know that… Read more
Ah man - I never get tired of seeing photos like this. The juxtaposition of a 60, 70, 80 thousand dollar car, with fine wood interior panels, spotless leather seats, cutting edge electronics, and gleaming paint jobs, out there living the dirtbag lifestyle with tents and bikes and (occasionally) kayaks or surfboards. Read more
Great pictures, how much does the thing cost? I’d have to imagine in the neighborhood of $70K. Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad that Audi is bringing back a sleek big wagon, but I wish more manufacturers got into the game with midsize wagons. I love my Alltrack, but it’s a bit tight and thinking about #3 really means… Read more
holy photodump batman. this is like what my phone camera roll looks like 5 min after my teen grabs my camera.
your fly is open
My father has gone electric, but still keeps his old 2007 A6 allroad around for the occasional long-distance and/or trailering needs. It’s a diesel, so it’s noisy, smelly and slow, and the term “throttle response” doesn’t make a lot of sense, but the air suspension is a delight, both in terms of comfort and how it… Read more