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The 2014 Audi A6 spans the largest gap in the Audi lineup. It is inexpensive enough to tempt A4 buyers to upgrade, and intelligently equipped to persuade the A7 and A8 buyer to skimp on size, but not technology.
As you'll see in this A6 review, there is roughly a $34,000 swing in pricing from the simplest A6 to one that is fully loaded. this is for a couple of reasons, but mostly because of engine options.
The A6 comes in many varieties:
- Turbo four cylinder (2.0T) with front-wheel drive (Multitronic Transmission)
- Turbo four cylinder (2.0T) with quattro all-wheel drive (Tiptronic Transmission)
- Supercharged six cylinder (3.0T) with quattro all-wheel drive
- Turbo six cylinder Clean Diesel (3.0T) with quattro all-wheel drive
Some of the neat features that are available on the Audi A6 range from Audi Connect, the Innovation Package, Night Vision Assistant, Active Lane Assist, Pre Sense Plus, and many many more.