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2002 Audi A6 Allroad Quattro Estate
Registration no. OE51 GGV
Chassis no. WAUZZZ4B42N037942
Engine no. ARE008414

Estate cars equipped with four-wheel drive and boasting a measure of off-road capability have become increasingly popular in recent times. One of the first manufacturers to exploit this growing market was Audi, which was uniquely well placed to do so having first introduced its rally-proven 'Quattro' four-wheel drive transmission system back in the early 1980s. In 1998 this system was extended to Audi's C5 passenger car platform in the shape of the A6 Allroad Quattro Estate. Compared to the regular A6, the Allroad version featured Quattro permanent four-wheel drive; an air suspension system allowing for adjustable ride height; larger wheels shod with all-terrain tyres; and beefier bumpers, these latter features contributing to an altogether more purposeful appearance. The first A6 Allroad Quattro was withdrawn after 2006 but the model was later reintroduced to the range.

The example offered here is powered by Audi's 2.7-litre, twin-turbo V6 petrol engine and is equipped with automatic transmission. Purchased by the late owner in March 2013, the A6 has had three former keepers and currently displays a total of circa 70,000 miles on the odometer. The car is offered with a recent service invoice (March 2013) MoT to September 2014 and V5C registration document. Please note there is a fault with the front suspension air bags.