Learn more about the Audi A6: Audi A6 Reviews, Pricing, Specs and more »
In most markets across the US—and especially among the snowbelt states—a used Audi A6 remains a popular driver’s choice. The A6 is Audi’s mid-level sedan and station wagon, and it was originally launched in 1994 to compete against the likes of the BMW 5-Series and the Mercedes E-Class. The A6 was completely redesigned for the model year 1998—and again for model year 2005. In the US, the A6 has always come standard with front-wheel drive and a V-6 engine, while a V-8 engine is optional equipment, along with Audi’s famed Quattro all-wheel drive system (a high-performance S6 version is also available). Since its introduction, the A6 has won rave reviews for its interior styling and comfort. There are features galore throughout the interior, which comes in a variety of color and trim packages, along with intelligent touches like soft-close grab handles and a special convenience feature that opens and closes all four windows (and the sunroof, where applicable) as you enter or exit the car while using the key. Out on the road, the A6 provides a comfortable ride, with great directional control and confidence-inspiring stability. Fuel economy with either the V-6 or V-8 engine is very competitive within this luxury segment as well. However, with a vehicle as sophisticated as the A6, it’s essential to obtain all service records, a vehicle history report, and an independent inspection prior to purchase. Please visit CarsDirect to get an idea of the market value of the Audi A6 and to obtain more product information.Show More »
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