Audi A4 Avant 2.0 TFSI Quattro 2016 review: Top 3 features we like video
The new Audi A4 follows hot on the heels of the new sedan and is pretty much new from the ground up. As long as you're not after a load bay the size of a football field, we've got the top three reasons you might want to buy the Audi A4 Avant 2.0 TFSI Quattro.
Even the base model gets LED headlights, satnav, parking sensors, three-zone climate control and a 2.0 litre turbo.
The Quattro gets the high power version of that engine and it goes like a rocket. You can option a hell of a lot more toys too.
It might look a lot like the old one, but if you get up nice and close you can see the funky daytime running lights, clamshell bonnet and a pretty impressive new interior with features pinched from the much more expensive new Q7.
It's great-looking inside and out and it all feels good to the touch. The other premium brands don't get it this right.
The Safety Gear
The A4 has an impressive list of safety gear before you tick a single option box - eight airbags, ABS, traction and stability controls, the usual stuff. But it's also got rear-cross traffic alert, exit warning to stop you dooring pushbikers and other cars and collision mitigation to help stop you crashing or make the crash less bad. It's a lot of stuff.
There's a few things you need to know about the car - some of the options are hugely expensive, the back seat is pretty tight, claustrophobic if you option the entertainment tablet things and the wagon's load area isn't much chop if you need the space.
2016 Audi A4 Avant specifications
Price from: $72,900
Warranty: 3 years/unlimited
Safety: 5 stars
Engine: 2L turbo 4-cyl premium unleaded, 185kw/370Nm
Transmission: 7-spd automatic, AWD
Thirst: 6.3L/100km (combined)
Dimensions: 4726mm (L), 1842mm (W), 1457mm (H)
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