2014 Audi A4 Allroad
2014 Audi A4 Allroad Premium Plus
- AWD Wagon
- Premium Plus Package
- 2.0L I4
- 69k Miles
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“Absolutely dominates in inclement weather. Super comfortable, hugely usable, looks good to boot. What's not to love?” – Road&Track, April 2014
After a day's worth of test-driving, Senior Road&Track editor, Josh Condon, continued: “The Allroad handled everything with aplomb, and then some. The massive cargo area could have fit three times the luggage; the windshield heating elements took care of the ice in a hot minute; the heated seats kicked in like an oven, and the whole car had the atmosphere of, say, Guatemala in the summer by the time I was finished scraping ice. On the slippery, snowy roads, the Allroad was not just capable, it was a blast, tearing through the snow and ice with massive grip. Actually, the only other cars I've been in recently that have been as confidence-inspiring in bad weather? Both Audis.”
Offered here is a dealer-maintained, 2014 Audi Allroad in black-and-silver over black. Showing 69,530 miles on its odometer, or fewer than 10,000 miles per-year on average since new, this Allroad qualifies as a low-mileage example.
The A4-platform Allroad replaced the older A6-based model. The latter's problem-prone, air-adjustable suspension was replaced with a far more reliable, but still quattro-equipped all-wheel-drive layout and suspension. The 2014 Allroad body retains Audi's timeless styling and includes the optional Premium Plus trim and comfort package. Audis generally age very gracefully as evidenced here. The car's exterior black paint is accented with silver on the lower body, wheel arches. The condition of the paint—one of Audi's manufacturing strong suit—is excellent. Body-panel fit is factory-correct, and lower-rear panel. Brushed-metal trim on the lower valances front and rear is undamaged. All factory emblems are in place. Cabin glass and lighting lenses are crystal-clear. Factory 5-spoke, 18-inch alloy wheels(with Audi-logo center caps) are free of curb damage and mounted with 245/45-18 all-season tires.
Inside, another of Audi's strong suits—cabin design—is in evidence throughout. Handsomely designed, black-leather upholstery (including center armrests in both rows of seating) is free of damage showing the barest minimum of wear. Every switch and control surface is smooth with no degradation of the graphic markings. Textured brushed-metal trim on the doors, dash, and console has a satisfying, distinctly Teutonic feel. The multi-function steering wheel frames analog instruments; Audi's much-praised MMI® driver-information screen, HVAC, and audio controls are located in the center stack. The automatic-transmission shifter is console-mounted. Cabin floors and the cargo area are covered in charcoal carpeting, also free of damage. A full set of carpet mats and two programmed key fobs are included.
Under the hood, Audi's venerable 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder TFSI powerplant is housed in a showroom-clean and complete engine bay. All components are present and no modifications are indicated. Viewed from below, the Allroad's chassis is similarly complete and free of any sign of damage. All protective plates are in place and only minimal light surface rust is present on some untreated metal.
While the more than 115 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this '14 Audi Allroad in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.
Most Allroads spend the vast majority of their time on paved roads. However, when those surfaces become compromised by rain, snow, or ice, the many advantages of their quattro system add real confidence for the driver and passengers. And of course, even the occasional off-road jaunt is capably handled with aplomb.