Overview & Reviews
For 2014, the Audi Allroad's 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine gets a power boost, up from 211 horsepower to 220. A few more features, including Bluetooth and an iPod interface, are now standard.
- Excellent government crash-test scores.
- High-quality cabin
- Sporty handling
- Light-duty off-road ability
- Not as much cargo space as a typical crossover SUV.
- Unintuitive standard control layout
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The Allroad makes sense... - 2014 Audi allroad
By cheapseats - May 13 - 6:30 pm
To begin with, I am a SUV refugee. I have lived in the Colorado mountains near Denver and got stuck driving SUV's to have snow clearance so that my vehicle wouldn't be turned into a snowplow at the wrong times. But I did need the space to haul road bicycles inside the vehicle in the summer during rainy weather along with baggage. Also needed power for climbing the mountains and good gas mileage for driving long distances without living in a gas station. This Allroad does it all with ease and style. This reminds me of my first Allroad of years past but this is truly a starship in comparison. Love this car and the handling is great compared to a SUV which is its true competition.