For The Audi A6 is refined and has a luxurious, spacious interior. It’s also well equipped and impressively clean and frugal
Against The A6 isn’t as rewarding to drive as a Jaguar XF and some of the controls are a little fiddly
What Car? says
Classy, roomy and good value for money. The Audi A6 is an impressively well-rounded executive saloon.
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There are 9 Audi A6 versions available
Target Price team says:
The Audi A6 range offers something for just about any executive customer. The 2.0 TDI will be the big seller, because it combines tax-friendly emissions with all the image and kit of pricier models.
Those with richer tastes – and deeper pockets – will look to the six-cylinder, four-wheel-drive models, which have continent-crushing pace and composure.
Although SE trim provides loads of kit and a more forgiving ride, many people will be drawn to the sportier looks – and handling – of the S line models. We can see the appeal, but you pay the price both financially and in terms of ride comfort.
All versions are well equipped, but the extensive options list is likely to prove tempting, with luxuries such as cooled, massaging seats, an upgraded stereo, TV reception and a head-up display to choose from. The all-LED headlights look the business, too, but they’re not cheap, at nearly £3000.
Reader test team says:
I like this A6 - it looks the part, has great road presence. I had the previous A6 too, so I can make a practical comparison between the two. The…
I thought I should try the new A6 so I bought the cheapest 3.0d I could find. I was worried that is was an SE but it has more than enough toys to keep…
This my third Audi and my second A6, I was lucky enough to be able to upgrade for nothing from a 2011 A6 SE to my current A6 S-Line TDI 2.0. This car…
I didn't expect to buy this car before I test drove it. But the test drive sold me. Wow what a machine. It's as close to perfect as I can imagine. The…