Base 4dr Station Wagon
2001 Audi allroad

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$41,900
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EngineEngine 2.7LV-6
MPGMPG 16 City / 21 Hwy
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2001 allroad Overview

Audi has chosen to dub its new vehicle 'allroad' without an initial capital letter.But that's the least of what makes this new turbocharged all-wheel-drive wagon different.It is one slippery machine to pigeonhole.

Want a sedan? The allroad is luxurious.Comfortable leather seats give it corner-office elegance thanks to the tone-on-tone interior with warm wood trim and aluminum accents.The bi-turbo V6 engine is quiet, smooth and responsive, and puts out 250 horsepower.A car of this quality provides a true touring experience.

Want a station wagon? The allroad carries a flexible mix of people and their effects.A lift-up back opens on the cargo space, netted to hold objects in place, with room left for five people.

Want an SUV? The allroad will transport you as the name suggests over anything that makes lines on maps and many that do not.Interstates, secondary highways, twisting country lanes, and backcountry dirt roads are no problem.Even rough, rocky routes to remote fishing spots or hunting blinds are within its capability.Its full-time all-wheel drive is the venerable and venerated Audi quattro system that maximizes traction potential both on dry roads and those with slippery surfaces.Yet the foundation of the allroad's versatility in so many differing conditions is its variable ground clearance.A pneumatic suspension system, electronically controlled, allows a choice of four different ride heights.Choose the one suitable for sports sedan handling on winding roads and straightaway security on high-speed highways.Or select the highest setting for deep snow or rock-strewn, rutted roads.
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2001 allroad Overview

Audi has chosen to dub its new vehicle 'allroad' without an initial capital letter.But that's the least of what makes this new turbocharged all-wheel-drive wagon different.It is one slippery machine to pigeonhole.

Want a sedan? The allroad is luxurious.Comfortable leather seats give it corner-office elegance thanks to the tone-on-tone interior with warm wood trim and aluminum accents.The bi-turbo V6 engine is quiet, smooth and responsive, and puts out 250 horsepower.A car of this quality provides a true touring experience.

Want a station wagon? The allroad carries a flexible mix of people and their effects.A lift-up back opens on the cargo space, netted to hold objects in place, with room left for five people.

Want an SUV? The allroad will transport you as the name suggests over anything that makes lines on maps and many that do not.Interstates, secondary highways, twisting country lanes, and backcountry dirt roads are no problem.Even rough, rocky routes to remote fishing spots or hunting blinds are within its capability.Its full-time all-wheel drive is the venerable and venerated Audi quattro system that maximizes traction potential both on dry roads and those with slippery surfaces.Yet the foundation of the allroad's versatility in so many differing conditions is its variable ground clearance.A pneumatic suspension system, electronically controlled, allows a choice of four different ride heights.Choose the one suitable for sports sedan handling on winding roads and straightaway security on high-speed highways.Or select the highest setting for deep snow or rock-strewn, rutted roads.Hide Full Review