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2016 Audi Allroad Walk Around

The Allroad is distinctive with its tallish ride height and bold lower styling, with aluminum-look exterior trim that complements the lines. The presence at front comes from the chrome grille of many chrome ribs, and the side stance is strong. The LED headlamps have a chamfered look at the top corners, adding some sophistication to the nose that the big grille steals with its aggression. Most models have black matte cladding at the rocker panels and fender flares, although a glossier and classier finish is available.

Interior

The dashboard and instrument panel feel like they came out of the A4 sedan. It’s reminiscent of a cockpit inside, with simple analog gauges and aluminum trim, although several woods are available. It looks high quality.

The front seats have just the right amount of bolstering, and provide great support for road trips. The rear seat is low and tight, with no place for the knees and feet of taller passengers, however it’s perhaps better contoured than most crossovers. There’s a good 27.6 cubic feet behind the rear seat that easily folds, making it great for extra cargo space. You can also get up to 50 cubic feet of space by flipping the back row forward.

Visibility is good thanks to tall glass, although for short drivers the corners of the front fenders can be obscured by the bulbous hood.

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