2016 Audi Allroad Driving Impressions

The 3900-pound Allroad has perky acceleration, 0 to 60 in 6.4 seconds. The transmission cleverly upshifts early when you don’t need the revs.

In tight esses or down back roads, the Allroad handles a bit better than the A4 sedan, maybe because of the 18-inch wheels and taller tires It rides 1.5 inches higher than the sedan, while the Allroad suspension loads up more predictably. The quattro system cruises with 60 percent of the torque to the rear wheels, and sends up to 85 percent there when traction is needed.

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