2017 Audi allroad ratings and reviews
Its name is “allroad” for a reason: The 2017 Audi is designed to handle regular road and off-road conditions with its rugged design. However, Audi gave the interior all the luxury to ensure that drivers and passengers get anything but a choppy, uncomfortable ride. The base trim, Premium, includes leather seating, Android and Apple connectivity, a sunroof, and some driver assistance technology like forward collision warnings and traction control. Premium Plus adds heated front seats, a 19-speaker audio system, and hands-free entry, while the Prestige boasts blind spot warnings and a surround view camera. The Prestige is also the only trim level to include the optional Warm Weather Package with ventilated seats and window shades. All three trims include Audi’s basic and powertrain warranty for up to 4 years or 50,000 miles, plus a 1-year or 5,000-mile warranty that covers free maintenance to keep the allroad in top shape for the road.