The latest generation of the Audi A6 Avant has broken cover, bringing with it impressive boot and utility space, as well as a sleek aerodynamic… Read more →
With the recent updates to the A6 and A7 Sportback ranges, the new 1,8 T FSI – with its competitive asking price of R601 000 – demonstrates why big Audis remain worthy of greater consideration.
Audi’s executive twins, the A6 and A7 Sportback, have undergone a midlife refresh and now boast styling revisions as well as new powerplants. Among the… Read more →
It might be hard to spot at first glance, but Audi has updated its A6 range. This updated range, which includes the sedan, Avant (which… Read more →
Infiniti has launched the Infiniti M30D GT Premium, to counter the German brands’ grip on the exec-saloon segment’s Audi A6 3,0 TDI Quattro S Tronic.
The previous-generation Audi A6 may not have had buyers flocking to showrooms, but it offered a stylish package at a competitive price and now makes a great second-hand buy
By Stuart Lowe Time flies when you’re having fun! Our Audi A6 3,0 TDI quattro S tronic arrived early in March with 1 875 km… Read more →
Keen to revive the glory days when it ruled the small-car roost, Peugeot cuts the flab for the 208. The Audi A6 and its A7 Sportback sibling haven’t rocked the local sales charts. Perhaps a pair of hero models will save the day.
The top 10 finalists in the increasingly important World Car of the Year awards programme were announced yesterday. Now, the jury of 66 international motoring journalists, including the only South African, CAR’s Hannes Oosthuizen, will cast votes again before the top three in each of the categories are announced at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
Audi’s new A6 doesn’t tip the scales, nor does it shift the goalposts