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Used Audi A6 (04 - 11) review

(2004 - 2011)
Audi A6 (04 - 11)
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1 Jan 2006 00:00 | Last updated: 18 Sep 2018 17:57

What's the used Audi A6 saloon like?

If you're looking to travel in business class, but want to stick to an economy budget, the Audi A6 has all you need in a saloon at a sensible price.

The A6 manages to blend refinement with a sporty drive. Its firm suspension allows nimble handling, with plenty of grip, but it can feel unsettled on bumpy roads. The light steering may feel unusual at first, but it does make low-speed manoeuvring easier. Wind and road noise are kept at bay - even at motorway speeds. You rarely hear the engine unless you're in a vocal V8 version.

There's generous head- and legroom inside for four adults; the fifth seat is best reserved for children because of a high transmission tunnel. The boot is suitably cavernous and, on some models, the rear seats fold down. Fit and finish are flawless, with high quality materials.