Audi aims to erase wagon's stigma
How much will some people pay to be assured they’re not driving a station wagon? About $3,200, if the 2013 Audi Allroad is any indicator.
That’s the difference between the base price for a new Allroad and the 2012 Audi A4 Avant station wagon, the car the Allroad replaces. Plus $150 a year for gasoline, of course. That’s the EPA’s estimate of how much more it will cost to fuel the Allroad than an A4 Avant wagon, despite the vehicles’ identical performance and drivetrains.
The Allroad is an attractive, luxurious and sporty crossover SUV that’s essentially a mildly restyled, more-expensive version of the attractive, luxurious and sporty A4 station wagon Audi sold until the beginning of the 2013 model year. (Hint to bargain shoppers: Your local Audi dealer may still have one.)
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