Have you ever wondered what two Audi models would look like combined. For an example, the Audi
A4 sedan mixed with the rugged (yet luxurious) Audi Q7 SUV.
Jim Ellis Audi Atlanta is excited to announce that its not just a thought anymore, it's a reality. Specifically, Audi has taken the best attributes of both of the aforementioned models and created the 2013 Audi Allroad.
Based off the Audi A4 Avant Wagon which was incidentally discontinued just one model year ago, the new Audi Allroad will act not only as a successor to the A4 Avant but also to another Audi all-terrain vehicle: the A6 Allroad Quattro, which saw its last production stint back in 2005.
Don't expect the Audi Allroad to be exactly like the old one. It's really meant to be a better version of it's former self, with many updates in technology and design that we think Atlanta drivers will enjoy very much.
This goal is clear from the new Allroad's cosmetic enhancements which include a new 'singleframe' grille with vertical chrome slits, an angled nose, stainless steel skid plate and contrasting flared fenders available in several finishes including one to match the auto's body color. Additional augmentations include twin road exhaust pipes, and alu-optic raised roof rails (an Audi signature) running down the rain gutters.The Audi Allroad isn't for everyone but here at Jim Ellis Audi Atlanta we believe we can find you an Audi that fits your lifestyle perfectly. Check out our inventory of new Audi and gently used car models to suit all tastes. To see for yourself, we invite you to visit us at 5901 Peachtree Industrial Blvd. in Atlanta, GA, at your convenience. [INFO]: http://www.autoblog.com/2013/05/15/2013-audi-allroad-review/