An exceptional Final Edition standard equipment specification will mark the final production run of the A6 Avant as it makes way for its all-new successor, due in mid-2005. The A6 Avant Final Edition range is available to order now powered by 1.9TDI (130PS), 2.5TDI (163PS) and 2.5TDI (180PS) engines and with prices ranging from £23,590 OTR to £30,250 OTR.
Based on the SE version of each model, the Final Edition specification includes Buffalino leather upholstery, electronic climate control, a combined DVD-based satellite navigation system and MP3 player and a boot-mounted six CD autochanger. Cruise control, alloy wheels (16-inch Competition design for 1.9 TDI, 17-inch ‘half moon’ design for 2.5 TDI 163PS / 180PS) and colour-keyed bumpers and sills are also among the equipment highlights for Final Edition models.
The current A6 Avant may be in line for replacement, but it remains exceptionally competitive as a spacious, versatile and highly cost-effective premium quality load carrier. When fitted with the optional, unique-in-segment multitronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), the A6 Avant 1.9 TDI continues to attract the lowest tax liability in the executive estate class, thanks in part to its impressively low CO2 output of 162g/km, and also combines strong performance with excellent fuel economy.
The A6 Avant 1.9 TDI Final Edition with multitronic transmission can accelerate from rest to 62mph in 10.7 seconds, reach a top speed of 122mph and cover up to 47.8mpg (combined cycle).
The A6 Avant Final Edition range will remain in production until December 2004.
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