The Audi A4 Avant may be dead in the United States, but you can still get a wagon version of Audi's popular entry-level luxury car. It's called the Audi Allroad and, like its similarly named predecessors, it gets an elevated ride height and more rugged styling that denote greater capabilities off the beaten path. But, how does it do on the well-paved path? To find out, we took the Audi Allroad Quattro to the test track to generate performance numbers. Acceleration was tested with 0-60 and quarter-mile tests, while braking was calculated using 60-0. Handling tests included a timed slalom and two trips around a skid pad to generate a lateral acceleration calculation.
Watch the full Edmunds.com Audi Allroad video review.