For luxury car buyers who seek extra utility without the added bulk of a full-blown SUV, Audi's allroad delivers excellent all-weather capability in an elegant package. However, many car-based SUVs now offer more comfort and flexibility than the allroad and many of them do it for less money.
by mercedes01 on Dec 19, 2011 Vehicle: 2005 Audi allroad quattro AWD 4dr Wagon (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 5A)
Well designed auto.
We enjoy driving.
Some difficulty steering, I assume because of the all wheel drive.
My wife loves it.
Plenty of room compared to other vechicles in it category.
I'd recommend at least a look.
by Scuzzy on Aug 27, 2010 Vehicle: 2005 Audi allroad quattro AWD 4dr Wagon (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 6M)
Sleekly designed wagon with break neck acceleration (biTurbo). Will reach 80 mph on the highway in a flash (watch out for speed traps)! AWD keeps this beast glued to the road - especially in the rain. Every imaginable (and distractable) creature comfort exists in the cockpit. Seats are "La-Z-boy" comfortable. Red lit interior buttons at night send the coolness factor through the roof! Factory installed Bose 6 speaker sound system rocks my entire block!
by Matt on Mar 30, 2010 Vehicle: 2005 Audi allroad quattro AWD 4dr Wagon (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 6M)
It was a dream wagon but turned out to be a nightmare. Goes through tires and brakes with at an incredibly fast pace due to its enormous weight. The suspension is a huge selling point giving you that capability but it was a hassle from day one with failures in the electronics and controls. There were numerous times where the check engine light would come on due to failed electric sensors. The V6, although a twin turbo unit, is underpowered for a car this heavy. I came to know the Audi A3 inside and out as I was in a service loaner A3 more than my actual car as it was in the shop ALL THE TIME. Never own one out of warranty. The warranty companies wont cover them anymore due to its reputation.