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    if you re in the market for something that combines comfort practicality and a little off-road capability odds are you re combing through a.

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    For one example, just look at the Audi A4 Allroad. the new model making more power and getting the new Quattro Ultra AWD system.

    No fuel is perfect, including the saintly electricity, how the hell do you make enough clean electricity and what about the precious metals used to make batteries? Smooth, powerful, frugal, comfortable and plenty more, the Allroad is the Audi A4 at its very best; not as thrusting as its rangemates, but all the more likeable for it. Review 25th Feb Audi A4 Review …. Mitsubishi's popular pick-up has been given a rugged revamp after just So the cabin feels very well constructed and expensively fitted out; the instrumentation and infotainment systems are first-class particularly with Virtual Cockpit optioned ; comfort is good, with room for all but the tallest of adults in the back seats; and boot space is litres with the seats in place, which trumps both a BMW 3 Series Touring and a Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate.

    It's Halloween, so James takes the Audi A4 allroad on a spooky adventure. Will he make it back? Halloween is a funny time in Australia. Head out west, however, and the picturesque country town of Ararat holds a slightly darker hand of Tarot cards, as it is home to one of the most haunted buildings in the country. There are stories even today that visitors to the Asylum have heard strange voices, and experienced physical paranormal sensations within its halls.

    This facility is known simply as J-Ward. Audi claim that 40 per cent of all A4 wagon sales are of the allroad variant, and it's easy to see why. That best-of-both-worlds mixture of capability and practicality is hard to pass up. Based on the new B9-generation A4 Avant , the allroad which should, Audi's branding team has declared, be spelled with a lowercase a looks every bit the textbook premium crossover wagon. The A4 allroad is distinguishable from a normal A4 Avant by the large chrome grille and vertical slats the normal car has horizontal bars — the more you know.

    This is a very worthwhile upgrade on the allroad, especially if you do lots of long-distance driving, as the technology has a few neat little features. More on that in a minute. Up front, you can see why the dashboard and interior layout of the latest A4 has been so well received. My only real gripe is that of some ergonomic issues around the buttons for the driving menus when selecting a function.

    Same with the dynamic mode selection, moving from Comfort to Dynamic needs multiple taps as the information is shown on the screen. The rotary dial is paired with a left and right selection button and four key menu options.

    Even the navigation entry is sensible, allowing you to free-form enter a business or place name and choose from a dynamically filtered list of results. Strangely though, a recently opened stretch of the Western Highway was not shown on the map - which I thought was the point of having the data served from Google map data, in that the roads would be constantly up-to-date.

    I found my phone would fall out of the cup holder and onto the preset buttons, which only require the slightest of touches to bring up information on the screen. My other issue is again around ergonomics, where the controls on the steering wheel to the right and left feel natural in having the left control the infotainment as it is to your left while driving and the right manage the multifunction display in front of the driver.

    On the end of the indicator stalk is a button to activate lane-keep, which has a minor steering correction ability. Come to a stop and the car will halt and switch the engine off without you touching the brakes. When it notes the car in front moving off, the engine will automatically fire and you need only tap 'resume' on the cruise control stalk, or lightly push the accelerator to get the car moving again. The seat base is comfortable enough too, but is scalloped in such a way you tend to slide toward the center, and if you have the arm-rest down, you feel pushed into that.

    You also score bins and integrated sun blinds in the doors. The boot too is well featured with remote release handles for the Under the floor is a space-saver spare and a tool kit. Opening the boot hatch with the soft-touch handle can be a bit slow, and you occasionally lift it naturally as part of the movement, which stops the power operation.

    But that is no doubt something more in the user, than the function. The cargo blind lifts up with the door too, which is another nice touch. We saw fuel consumption around 9. I kept it in the Auto driving mode, and found it was sprightly enough to deal with commuting and general running about.



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