Interested in German real estate? Then at Vanarama, we think you might really like to lease Audi’s A6 Avant. This full-Executive segment station wagon is a really cool piece of design and is better than ever in this ‘C8’-series fifth generation form, with extra technology, even classier finishing and a little more charisma this time round.
Audi A6 Avant
Why Lease The Audi A6 Avant?
The A6 Avant is a market leader when it comes to large, luxurious executive class estates. It’s proved more popular in our market than the rival BMW 5 Series Touring & Mercedes E-Class Estate models that represent its toughest competition. And Audi has aimed to pull a little further away from its competitors with this fifth generation model.
The cabin might well convince you, featuring a classy black panel MMI twin-screen dashboard with a 10.1-inch screen for infotainment functions up top and a smaller 8.6-inch display (mainly for climate features) just below. Thanks to this car's long 2.93-metre wheelbase, the back seat offers reasonable space for three adults, but much more comfortable room for two and you get a fold down centre armrest with storage and cup holders. Many buyers will want to specify the two-part panoramic glass roof, which floods the cabin with light. And of course, iin this estate model, there's a big 565-litre boot, extendable to 1,680-litres by folding the 40:20:40-split rear bench.
Vanarama customers get a choice of four core A6 Avant trim levels – ‘Sport’, ‘S line’, ‘Black Edition’ and top ‘Vorsprung’. On top of that, there’s the sporting S6 TDI variant, which comes in standard or in top ‘Vorsprung’ guise. Even faster is the top petrol-powered 600PS RS 6 Avant.
The two main competitors for this car are the BMW’s 5 Series Touring and the Mercedes E-Class Estate with the Volvo’s V90 & the Jaguar XF Sportbrake presenting similar competitive options.
The A6 Avant isn’t head and shoulders above its competitors in any particular area, but it’s the way that Audi is there or thereabouts in every single criteria that makes this such a complete executive estate. This sharper suited fifth generation version has a bit more pavement presence than its predecessor; and a great deal more high-technology and premium quality. Try one and you may find that it’s all you want a large estate car to be.