The 2015 Audi Allroad is a five-passenger car available in Premium, Premium Plus and Prestige trim levels. Standard features for 2015 Audi Allroad base premium adjustment include 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic xenon headlights, LED running lights and taillights, fog lights, automatic wipers, a panoramic sunroof, a power tailgate, heated mirrors, tri-zone automatic climate control, a trip computer, cruise control, tilt and telescoping steering wheel, leather upholstery, power front seats, eight-way, basic MMI with dash-mounted controls, Bluetooth and a 10-speaker audio system with CD player, iPod dock and satellite radio.
The 2015 Audi Allroad Premium Plus setting adds keyless ignition and entry, power folding auto-dimming mirrors, heated front seats and configuration of the controller memory. Intensify the range-topping Prestige adjustment gets adaptive headlights, rear door sunshades and a 14-speaker audio system Bang & Olufsen. Also standard is the Technology Package, includes a rearview camera and rear parking sensors, a system for blind spot monitoring, Audi Connect a display driver information in color with added features, the navigation system along voice control, updated MMI system with center console-mounted control and HD radio.
The 2015 Audi Allroad Technology Package is optional on the Premium Plus, while the premium is eligible for a smaller version that lacks Audi Connect system sensors and blind spot monitoring, rear view camera and rear parking. Both the Premium Plus and Prestige are eligible for Sport Interior package. The Driver Assist package can be added to the Prestige and includes adaptive cruise control, adaptive variable-direction unit selection. Besides finishing options and the inner wheels, other notable standalone options include side airbags for the rear seats.
2015 Audi Allroad Interior
In typical Audi fashion, the 2015 Audi Allroad interior features an elegant design and first class materials simple. It compares favorably against rivals BMW and Volvo, extra points for its leather upholstery as standard. The standard seats are quite modest in terms of lateral support, but rather reinforced-chairs the Sport Interior package should submit their claims on this front.
Infotainment system Audi is known as MMI and consists of a central display and control design based on the knob. On models equipped with navigation, control and related buttons are located between the seats on the center console, right where the hand comes to rest, and some features are updated. In standard form, however, the control and the buttons are placed on the board, making the rather clumsy operation. Either way, the system benefits from sharp graphics and quick responses, although some may find a bit more intuitive rival systems.
For other luxury cars, the 2015 Audi Allroad offers an average amount of cargo space, along 27.6 cubic feet available behind the rear seats and 50.5 cubic feet with rear seats folded. Most will find this satisfactory, but those requiring more space crossover SUV will find that are a better fit. As for internal storage, the Audi Allroad is a bit short, with only small boxes and bags at the gates of his personal effects.
2015 Audi Allroad Engine
Supply all models of 2015 Audi Allroad is a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder that produces 220 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque engine. The only available transmission is an eight-speed automatic with manual shift control that sends power to all four wheels. Audi estimates the sprint to 60 mph requires 6.4 seconds, average time for this class. The EPA estimates fuel economy at 24 mpg combined (21 city / 28 highway). That’s not bad, but it’s just better than the Audi Q5 and considerably worse than the 3 Series wagon brand.
2015 Audi Allroad Safety
Standard safety features for all 2015 Audi Allroad models include antilock brakes, stability and the traction control, side air-bags for front-seat side airbags and curtain. Side airbags for the rear seats are optional on all trim levels. Items such as an alert system for blind spot, a camera and mirrors parking sensors are available in Premium Plus and Prestige trims either as standard equipment or as options.
In braking tests, the 2015 Audi Allroad stopped from 60 mph in 121 feet, which is slightly better than average for this segment. In government crash tests, 2015 Audi Allroad received the highest rating of five stars for both crash protection front and side crash protection.