Audi A6 Reviews

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posted 9 days ago Silviu Giza
3.9
" Economic and really good on fuel "
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posted 1 month ago Jurdyga
3.9
" Great a car for Long journey "
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posted 1 month ago Andrew Murphy
3.8
" Great car with superlative build quality, plenty of room for family and seriously pleasing performance. Classy looks with sensible sporty touches, especially in Black Edition trim. Economical for a 3.0 V6 Bi-Turbo, reasonable servicing costs and tyres and brakes last much longer than I would've expected. Overall, very happy! "
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posted 1 month ago Stuart Hodgson
3.9
" Fantastic performance, with great build quality, considering the size of the engine fuel consumption is good, I am averaging just over 40mpg, however servicing costs are quite high. "
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posted 2 months ago Laurence Robertson
4.0
" Excellent build quality. Good performance and able to maintain 40mpg on a run. Poor consumption in the city.Typical Audi longevity - will probably do three times round the clock. "
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posted 3 months ago Stuart Hodgson
3.8
" Brilliant build quality with breathtaking performance. A great motorway cruiser but steering lack a little feel on country roads.Fuel consumption is good as I am averaging around 40mpg but servicing costs are high. "
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posted 3 months ago Peter Russell
3.3
" Large comfortable estate car with fantastic performance. Likes : Build quality, comfort, quite ride, upgraded MMI system is brilliant and performance. Dislike paint quality (despite hand washing & applying quality polish it's marking up quite badly), fuel economy is not bad (averaged 42.5mpg over 14k miles) but even the on board computer claims it's doing better than it is and this might seem picky but for a car that cost nearly £50k new the wing mirrors have to be folded in manually. "
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posted 6 months ago Ashley Spanner
4.0
" This is my 5th Audi and 2nd Quattro and I find them to be very good and reliable cars. The performance is very good and when in Dynamic mode it is excellent. Economy is good too, I got 48.6 mpg today on a 160 mile trip with an around town return of circa 38 mpg. The feedback can be a bit woolly unless in dynamic when it is a joy to drive. Tyre wear is good as well with fronts doing 24000 miles and rears 35000. All in all a good car to own. "
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posted 9 months ago Johannes van Blerk
3.4
" Good and reliable ! "
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posted 9 months ago Peter Heamon
4.0
" Let's get the brickbats, or rather the singular brickbat out of the way first: This is not, surprise surprise, an economical car to run. Of course it isn't, it's not supposed to be. Nevertheless, given the level of performance available, 24mpg on the open road and 18 in town, aren't too bad. Tyres are around £300 a pop if one goes pop - one of mine did 4 days into ownership thanks to a driveway kerbstone that loosened after the front wheel ran over it, and subsequently tore into the rear tyre a second later. At least I know the tyre pressure sensors work! On all other counts the car is superb: spacious, plenty of grip, so-far-so-good build quality (the car is only 3 weeks old). Some of the switchgear looks and feels a little dated next to much newer competitors such as the E-Class and 5 Series, but the MMI is a joy to use once one is familiarised with it - and so much more intuitive, reliable, and safer, than the cul-de-sac touch screen and gesture technology increasingly prevalent on 'modern' cars. At one end of the spectrum the car is a quiet and capable cruiser, even on sports suspension. Change driving modes - but keep the suspension in comfort on UK roads unless you really fancy visiting a chiropractor weekly - and its character changes to that of a rabid bear. One final thing, despite the 'common knowledge' of quattro drivetrain suffering from terminal understeer it does not, not if the sport diff is activated. The beast will wag its tail under power, though I'm not sure I fancy the tyre bill in a few months time... "
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