2005 Audi allroad quattro User Reviews
2.7 T shown
- $9,605 - $11,352
- Good looking, Good performance, Great Car!
- The cup holders could be placed in better places and would not recommend the GPS.
I have a 2004 2.7 T with around 30,000 miles. The Allroad is a Great car. Handles well in the snow. The GPS needs an update, it would be better with a color moving map. Also, the cup holders and the center counsel could be better. Hndsfree calling with bluetooth would be nice. but overall, this car rocks! Would buy another one as long as they keep up with technology. It's a comfortable car that is fun to drive and has been utilized in every possible way. The main reason why I like the car and bought it is because it's easy to put things (skis/snowboards, surfboards, ect.) on your racks unlike a big SUV. I have had no maintanence problems thus far but did blow out a tire going up onto a curb. (you would have thought if it can go offroad then it could go up a curb.)...read morehide
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- solid car with great handling
- ownership means expensive (really expensive) upkeep
My 2001 allroad has close to 80,000 miles on it, and I took it in for the 80K service. Dealer (Van Nuys, California) just quoted me $2,974.00 for this extensive service. I am still in shock.
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- Roomie , fast , cool looking, great suspension.....
- NONE WHAT SO EVER!!!!!!!!!!!
I LOVE THIS CAR....After i owned my last forever Bimmer ,,,,,nightmare cars.......by the way...friend of mine had a 2001 allroad , with a 79.000 miles on it, he tall me go to a dealer try one and here i 'm New allroad ,,, not new 2 years old now 35.999 miles CERO problems never seen a dealer,,,, for major repair .
Thast for old those people that complian about it ,,,i just say BEST car to owne period....PAUL...read morehide
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- Fast, comfortable, versatile.
- Can't think of much. Needs another cup holder for passenger.
I owned a 1997 A6 and thought of the 4.2 Allroad as a new version of my old car. This car blew away my expectations. It's really fast, handles pretty well for its size, can go anywhere - took it on the beach the other day - is comfortable and roomy, sick bose stereo. I can't believe they would discontinue this thing. I hate SUVs....read morehide
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- Design, comfort, performance
- Soft steering
I actually have a 2003 model, but I figured these two vehicles are pretty much the same. Truly love the exterior and interior design. Performance is great compared to my SUV. Very solid feel. It feels like I'm driving a suped up Caddie. Not too thrilled with the OE tires though, will definitely change them to Michelin Pilots......read morehide
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- cosmetics and performance are great
- too many service issues; terrible dealer support, brake and tire wear
My wife had more service issues with this car in 30,000 miles than I had with my Escape in 80,000 miles. The dealership has few normal-wear parts in stock. My wife will return to driving a Subaru next summer.
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- Beautiful exterior/interior. Lots of well thought out features. Turbo provides nice acceleration
- Air suspension problems, brake wear, terrible warranty, handling only ok even on lowest suspension s
2002 with about 70K miles- mostly highway and mountain. Adjustable air suspension completely unpredictable. I parked in a standard hotel parking lot where, unbeknownst to me, the suspension lowered over the curb. There is no skid plate and when I backed out of the space, the front bumper ripped off. Numerous trips to the dealer and letters up the Audi food chain to the VP level ultimately resulted in a "Too bad, there is nothing we can do". A colleague who bought an Allroad has had horrendous air suspension problems as well. The problem is intermittent and, of course, cannot be replicated at the dealership. Apart from having to get down on your hands and knees to determine if the car has lowered on anything, it had been a great vehicle. I am sufficiently disgusted with Audi to go elsewhere when I replace the car next month....read morehide
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- adjustable airbag suspension, biturbo spools up fast, good handling, interior layout efficient
- drive by wire accelerator laggy, minor interior squeaks, too much power assist steering
facts: 2004 allroad 2.7t quattro tiptronic with 37,000 miles on the odometer. Other than the K&N air filter, the allroad is unmodified. Overall the allroad performs well as a grocery hauler, weekend family commuter and daily single driver commuter. The quattro performs unnoticeably; very well on wet surfaces with ESP on with 4 Michelin A/S Sports tires. Gas milage could be better than my reported 21 mpg. Steering feedback could be firmer. Body roll on turns is more than expected even at the lowest ride height setting....read morehide
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- Good ergonomic, legs romm in the rear seats,
- Very bad fuel economy
Diesel engine version should be available.
Also to have the option of free ends phone like in Europe.
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- does everything so very well
- tip lag - transmission slow to engage transitioning from coast to full accel
This review is for my 2001 allroad 2.7T that now has 49000 miles. The two current reviews don't do it justice so here goes. It will be upgraded to another audi this summer, most likely A6 Avant. I would get another Allroad except that I really "have" to have the new technology on the A6.
My Allroad has had a few problems along the way but the Audi service has been so great I almost completely discount them. The torque converter was replaced twice - once very early and again more recently. Audi replaced my brakes at no cost to me when the pads wore out between 25K and 30K miles. 99% of the time its been problem free.
This car cruises comfortably and securely at 80 MPH and returns a great feeling of confidence on winding roads. It can't keep up with my old 300ZX TT on handling or acceleration but it blows away just about any SUV you'll encounter short of a Cayenne S and stays with that, while providing more storage room. What else could you want?...read morehide
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