The 2014 Audi Allroad is a five-passenger car in Premium, Premium Plus and Prestige trim levels. The 2014 Audi Allroad standard features premium models are equipped with 18-inch wheels; a panoramic sunroof, automatic headlights, Cruise control, leather upholstery, Automatic air conditioning, split folding rear seats, a tilt-telescopic steering wheel, eight-way power front seats, a dash-mounted Multi Media Interface (MMI), Bluetooth phone connection, and a 10-speaker sound system with iPod interface, CD player and satellite radio, a light package, bi-xenon headlights and LED daytime running lights.
The 2014 Audi Allroad trim features in the Premium Package and light are included on the Premium Plus trim, along with heated mirrors, a power liftgate, keyless ignition / entry, heated front seats, driver memory functions, three-zone climate control and auto-dimming mirrors. The optional MMI navigation package adds a navigation system, the rearview camera, rear parking sensors, voice control, HD radio, color trip computer screen, Bluetooth audio connectivity and the Audi Connect. The MMI controls can also be installed in the dash on the center console. The blind-spot warning system is available as an option.
The 2014 Audi Allroad Prestige is standard trim with all features in the Premium and MMI navigation package, blind-spot warning system, plus adaptive headlights, manual sunshades for the rear doors and a 14-speaker Bang & Olufsen premium sound system. The 2014 Audi Allroad Driver Assistance Package includes Adaptive Cruise Control and customizable settings for steering and gear. The Interior Sports package adds sport front seats and a three-spoke steering wheel with gearshift paddles transmission. Nineteen-inch wheels are on the Prestige and Premium Plus available, while the rear side airbags are optional on all levels.
2014 Audi Allroad Interior
Among luxury car, the interior of the 2014 Audi Allroad is one of the best in its class. With its modernist design, superior materials and standard leather interior (an advantage over rivals BMW and Volvo), the Allroad sends a message of sophistication. Infotainment functions are controlled by Audi MMI. This consists of small button with keys together to control menus and set on a single screen. Overall, its an effective interface, although the some audio functions are buried in menus and, in practice, we have found BMW iDrive and Mercedes COMAND are somewhat intuitive. Allroads the MMI controller removed without navigation on the dashboard instead of the center console, which is less comfortable to use.
The 2014 Audi Allroadoffers 17 cubic feet behind the second-row seats and 51 cubes with the seats folded. These dimensions are average for the small luxury car, but you’ll find more in most crossover SUVs. If you plan on a lot of road trips, the 2014 Audi Allroad could be the meager allotment of Door Drawer and console storage in the cabin problematic.
2014 Audi Allroad Engine
All 2014 Audi Allroad models are powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder makes 220 hp and 258 pound-feet of torque driven. The engine is coupled with an eight-speed automatic transmission with manual shift control and standard all-wheel drive. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 20 mpg city / 27 mpg highway and 23 mpg combined.
2014 Audi Allroad Safety
Standard safety features on the 2014 Audi Allroad include ABS brakes, the traction and stability control, front-seat side airbags and side curtain airbags. The rear-seat side airbags are optional on all trim levels, while blind-spot warning system is standard on the Prestige. The rearview camera and parking sensors are optional on Premium Plus models are fitted as standard and Prestige models. In brake testing the 2014 Audi Allroad came to a stop from 60 mph in 121 feet, which is slightly better than average in this segment.
In government crash tests, the Audi Allroad achieved a top five-star overall rating of five stars for overall frontal and side impact protection. The Insurance Institute for the Highway Safety has not been tested the Audi Allroad, but the correlation A4 sedan deserves the best possible result “good” in the medium overlap frontal offset, side and roof-strength tests. The Audi A4 sedan was the worst rating of “poor” received in the IIHS frontal offset the new small overlap crash test, but few cars have been subjected to this test, and a majority was similarly low ratings.