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2.0 TFSI S tronic (A)
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$28,000 /yr 16.1km/L 188 bhp 7-speed (A) S tronic
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$28,400 /yr 13.2km/L 188 bhp 7-speed (A) S tronic
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Audi A6 Sedan Mild Hybrid
4 stars - based on 4 reviews
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Audi A6 Sedan Mild Hybrid 2.0 TFSI S tronic Design Video Review
The Audi A6 is quiet and comfortable on the go, and mighty classy both inside and out. Just how great is it to drive? Find out in our video review!
What We Dislike
No charging points for rear passengers
Not the most dynamic to drive in its class
4 Consumer Reviews

Flawed but beautiful car `
The C8 iteration of the A6 is a seriously underrated car that lives and breathes luxury in the purest sense of the word. It is a visionary piece of art that champions progressive attitudes, capturing the spirit of technology, craftsmanship and thoughtful design the Audi brand is synonymous for. The sculpted body and subtle lines elude a timeless elegance; The cockpit is decidedly futuristic with many elements from the original Prologue Concept being present. But mechanically, the local variant of the A6 is far from perfect. The prohibitively expensive import taxes have pushed PA to cut costs in a few areas to bring its OMV down and cushion PA's margins. What we consumers are left with is something that is very much like a concept car in spirit. There is so much potential to achieve more, yet these promises are just that—promises. The car entices you with glimpses of what it could be but falls short in the execution of minor details. Overall, it is still a great car, and I have no regrets in choosing it over the dated 5-series or the obnoxious E-class.
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Most modern and value buy Executive Sedan `
Test drove the newly launch Audi A6 2L (240hp) Audi always has modern look, interior and exterior design are outstanding especially the front and rear LED light lights and front led lights. New interior design are most attractive part, new twin display and virtual cockpit. Dashboard and door build with leather. The steering wheel feeling are super comfortable. Car handling is good and cabin is quiet, the power engine and fit my need. The seat is comfortable with nice Milano leather. Car feature are excellent like 360 camera, adaptive suspension, wireless charger, HUD are all expensive feature for such a great car. What I do not like
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The Astonishing 2019 A6 with Mild Hybrid. `
Test driven this new A6 last weekend. Must say it's Astonishing indeed. First looks is the impressive lights at the front and rear as well as the curves of its new design body, though you may have to look carefully to notice the curves. Inside is a brand new interior compared to the previous generation where no more budge out ugly screens, making it look odd looking. Now is all totally flushed in console, making it a luxury feel in it. Great mind thoughts finally. The gadgets are great to have in all like the virtual 360 degree revolving camera, enhanced virtual cockpit, full touch screen console with handwriting recognition capability, and much more to your astonishment. A pity that no variant comes with panaromic sunroof where you need to pay as option. The drive is great as it comes with more power, less drag, 7 speed wet clutch gearbox (not the problematic dry clutch), more horses too. Gearshifts are a Breeze and power delivery is certainly better than its predecessor, and in stoppages is not jerked at. Is a gradual stop with almost to no feel of it. Has heads up display too. Passenger at the back does experience a comfort feel as during my test drive, an Uncle followed too and too comfortable drive, even at dynamic mode, he almost fell asleep. Only thing didn't ask if it comes with any park assist or so to try on. Overall, it's an improved A6 if you see it and for its drive, gadgets and best of all, its new refined interior with all nicely flushed in, thus giving it a high end luxury feeling. It's kinda worth considering if you have a deep pocket of $240k (as of 9 September 2019).
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Elegant but muted car `
Test drove the newly launch Audi A6 2litre with 245hp. First look, a handsome car, with nice rear tail lights and front led lights. The only thing I do not like is the chrome that can be found along the doors and especially along the whole stretch of the rear boot. If I want full black trims, have to pay extra. Interior is fabulous with the new twin display,offering crystal sharp images. Full of soft material on the console. The steering wheel looks awesome, it's the same steering wheel used in the A7. The only grip I have is he touch screen sensitivity. No matter how I tried, I need to pressed it a couple of time before it responses, you need to know where and how much force to use. The drive was pretty good, no chance to test the cars handling as it was all straight road along LK. It's quiet and refine, expects of an Audi at this class. The steering wheel feels very light, there is no joy in driving it, can't feel any excitement with it. The power output, well, it seems fast when you press the pedal to the metal, but there is something lacking, you don't feel the urge of the car to surge ahead with the torque and horse power that is has, it just feels muted, it does not make a wow response from a driver.
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