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The Audi A4 Allroad is a really comfortable estate car that comes with pokey engines that are quiet and smooth to match the rest of the car. It's also very well equipped and has great resale values for an estate car, but you have to balance that with it being more expensive than the regular A4 Avant. It's also no more practical, and indeed, if practicality is something you need, there are better options.get the best price
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The entry-level Sport trim is our pick, which includes 18in alloy wheels, the off-road styling pack, leather seats, a powered tailgate, four-way lumbar adjustment, three-zone climate control, heated front seats, privacy glass, power-folding door mirrors, cruise control and keyless entry. And you get numerous other features, such as its 10.1in infotainment screen with Apple CarPlay/ Android Auto, a DAB radio, two USB-C ports and an eight-speaker stereo, plus LED headlights, front and rear parking sensors and a rear-view camera.
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This entry-level 2.0-litre 40 TDI diesel is our pick. We say 'entry level' but it has 201bhp and, if you max it out, it'll hit 0-62mph in just 7.3sec. But its real 'power' lies in its low-end gutsiness and flexibility, which means you'll rarely need to max it out, even if you're towing a heavy caravan. It's also very smooth for a four-cylinder diesel, it will officially average nearly 50mpg and comes with standard four-wheel drive and a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.
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