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It's been seven years since Audi's last Allroad hit the streets ' paved or otherwise ' here in the States. For the uninitiated, the Allroad is a melding of the CUV and wagon worlds. As such, it's 0.5-inches wider and has 1.5-inches more ground clearance than an A4 Avant (wagon). Not only that, it's taller, rides on 18-inch wheels (19-inchers are optional), and wears a more rugged two-tone paintjob. There's a generous 27.6 cubic-foot cargo hold out back that's capable of carrying plenty of everyday things. If not, 50.5 cubic-feet can be had with a quick fold and tuck of the rear seats. All riders get the usual well-appointed Audi interior experience, even in this model meant for the more environmentally adventurous. Eight-way adjustable power seats, a choice of three wood inlays, and a 505-watt Bang & Olufsen 14-speaker audio system can all be specified. Fans of high-tech can tack on Audi Connect, adaptive cruise control, Audi's Side Assist parking system and Drive Select. Only one powertrain gets the Allroad through a variety of paths: a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 211 horsepower and an eight-speed automatic gearbox on tap. Three trims ' Premium, Premium Plus, Prestige ' gain a number of standard features like three-zone climate control, power tailgate, and Audi MMI. The Allroad is one cool soft-roader wrapped in a stylish luxury wrapper regardless of the flavor you pick.