Hooniverse Reviews the 2013 Audi Allroad
Jeff Glucker and the Hooniverse crew is at it again. Last time we caught up with one of their reviews, it was the sumptuous Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. This time, they're at the wheel of a 2013 Audi Allroad. He points out that this is not the same bird as the previous-gen Allroad, which was produced in the early 2000s and was based on the A6. One of the major differences (aside from the 2013 being based on the A4) is the lack of the adjustable ride height, which means the added ground clearance remains when you get off the rough stuff and back on to the main road. Speaking of the rough stuff, we'll let Glucker take it from here...
We can understand why Audi ditched the adjustable ride height. In speaking with several previous Allroad owners, the air suspension system is extremely difficult and expensive to repair. Many opt for simply swapping the air suspension out for a conventional suspension system. At any rate, the car looks like a blast to drive, and if you can put up with its higher center of gravity on the highways, you'll very much enjoy thrashing it in some dirt and mud as well.