2012 Audi A6 Series Overview
Audi A6 range packages itself with an essence of luxury covered with astonishing beauty. The A6 class is not for the common individuals, but for those who have love for perfection in their eyes. Audi A6 is the start of the base of pure luxury cars.
The A6 range is filled by a Saloon, Avant and an Allroad model. It possesses a stretched body both in length and width that gives the car more stability and agile handling on roads. Moreover, the bigger body also turns the inside cabin more spacious. There is more legroom, more headroom and lastly more space to relax. The luggage compartment also gets a around 100 liters of more boot space in the saloon model.
A6 Saloon has recently been updated with a lot new features and the company has in the process of releasing the newer broacher. The visual appeal of the new A6 Saloon is been drastically enhanced and the looks are very crisp and sharper. The car benefits the companies newly developed ultra light bodyweight construction that results in great efficiency and lower emissions. The body weight from the former model is decreased to about 15% which lets the A6 Saloon attain the fuel economy of 57.6mpg tested with a 2.0 TDI variant. Near future should also expect an A6 hybrid sooner.
A6 Avant is based on the same A6 Saloon platform with an amazing load capacity. The spacious boot space of 1660-liters enables to carry almost most of the things you would not have been with the smaller models. The Avants are made for such things only, I guess. The features of Avant differs from the Saloon because the Avant has not been yet updated. The Avant still features 4 trim levels whereas the Saloon just has 2 trims.
What are Allroads for? Simple, they are for fun driving on any type of road conditions with a lot of space and power. Audi A6 Allroad is a supreme offroad SUV that features ESP with off-road detection, adaptive air suspension with 5 modes and an underbody steel guard for protection against stone chipping.
The new 2012 A6 Saloon has got some price lifts; it starts from £30,145 and can be configured at no extent. The options are just too many. The Avant is simply priced from £27,950 whereas the Allroad hungs up high at £40,090.