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|Curb Weight||3891 lb.|
|Fuel Capacity||16.9 gal.|
|Headroom, Row 1||40.4 in|
|Shoulder Room, Row 1||55.5 in|
|Legroom, Row 1||41.3 in|
|Headroom, Row 2||38.2 in|
|Shoulder Room, Row 2||54.3 in|
|Legroom, Row 2||35.2 in|
|Total Legroom||76.5 in (over 2 rows)|
|Cargo Volume, Minimum||27.6 ft3|
|Cargo Volume, Maximum||50.5 ft3|
|2014 Audi allroad Seat Room and Comfort: Cons|
|Audi suggests that, despite the platform downgrade, the new allroad is pretty close in size to the old one because its cars have been growing with each redesign. Yet while the original allroad felt like a midsize car inside, the new one feels like a compact, especially in the back seat, where both shoulder room and legroom are down by a couple of inches. The average adult will fit, but without much room to spare. This said, the "midsize" Volvo XC70 provides a couple inches more shoulder room but no more leg room. see full Audi allroad review|
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|Standard Transmission||8-speed manually-shiftable automatic|
|Standard Tires||245/45HR18 tires|
|Optional Tires||245/40YR19 tires|
|2014 Audi allroad Powertrain: Pros|
|2013||The original allroad was powered by a 250-horsepower turbocharged V6 shared with the enthusiast-oriented S4. The new allroad, in contrast, makes do with the same 211-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine as the A4. Though this engine won't throw you back in your seat, it only feels a little winded when passing uphill at high altitude. In typical driving it should prove more than sufficient. Boost lag is not an issue. The EPA ratings aren't quite as good as those of last year's A4 Avant, 20 city, 27 highway vs. 21/29. But these numbers are still good for a nearly two-ton all-wheel-drive car. Much of the credit for both performance and fuel economy is due the only available transmission, a manually-shiftable eight-speed automatic. Two engines are offered in the competing Volvo XC70. The base 240-horsepower inline six is merely adequate, but the available 300-horsepower turbocharged engine feels much stronger and adds only $200 to the price of a well-equipped car. see full Audi allroad review|
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