What Car? says...
The Audi A4 Allroad might seem like a bit of an oddball at first glance. It's a semi off-roader sat between the regular A4 Avant and the high-riding Q5 SUV – in effect, it's an estate car wearing Hunter wellies.
Many drivers clearly love them, though, because Audi has sold plenty of Allroads, presumably to people looking for something slightly more rufty-tufty than an Avant that they can use for going off the beaten track now and then.
We’ll also guide you on whether it's better or worse in all the important areas than its rivals, which include regular estate cars, such as the BMW 3 Series Touring and Mercedes C-Class Estate, as well as other off-road-inspired estate cars – the Volvo V60 Cross Country, for example.
If, after reading all about it, you do decide to buy one – or indeed a new car of any make and model – remember that we can help you to save potentially thousands of pounds on the price by checking out the free What Car? New Car Buying service. It could save you a small fortune without any awkward haggling, and there are lots of good deals on new Audis.