2017 Audi A6
6,869 Miles
$46,980

Riverside, CA
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2017 Audi A6
8,059 Miles
$46,980

Riverside, CA
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2014 Audi A6
18,834 Miles
$30,549

Concord, CA
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2017 Audi A6
6,703 Miles
$53,693

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Audi A6
11,204 Miles
$38,594

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Audi A6
6,844 Miles
$49,894

Sacramento, CA
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2014 Audi A6
39,051 Miles
$33,894

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Audi A6
9,577 Miles
$48,494

Sacramento, CA
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2015 Audi A6
44,180 Miles
$36,492

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Audi A6
5,322 Miles
$43,494

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Audi A6
14,926 Miles
$43,993

Sacramento, CA
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2016 Audi A6
5,036 Miles
$44,995

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Audi A6
13,965 Miles
$33,985

Arlington, VA
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2012 Audi A6
79,637 Miles
$19,695

West Palm Beach, FL
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2012 Audi A6
68,815 Miles
$23,500

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Audi A6
33,463 Miles
$31,500

West Palm Beach, FL
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2016 Audi A6
4,173 Miles
$43,995

West Palm Beach, FL
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2014 Audi A6
22,919 Miles
$36,995

West Palm Beach, FL
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2013 Audi A6
41,169 Miles
$27,995

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Audi A6
12,232 Miles
$36,995

West Palm Beach, FL
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Audi A6 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.2
Performance
4.4
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
3.4
Maintenance
3.5

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Audi A6 Owner Ratings & Reviews

1999 Audi A6 - Extreme comfort

Phoenix, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I had originally received one of these cars as a service loaner when I took my older Audi in to the shop. I fell so in love with it that I decided to trade my car in for one when the service was completed a day later. This was the only Audi I'd ever had that wasn't in the shop regularly. It rode extremely well, had plenty of room and once you got up to highway speeds, plenty of power. Inside, it was like a dream. Very luxurious, roomy, and comfortable. Every time I went somewhere my friends insisted that I drive just so they could spend time in my car. The way it drove, I did not mind accommodating them. Fuel economy was not that good, the relatively small engine had to haul around quite a bit as Audis, especially all-wheel drive ones, are very heavy. But it was acceptable. There we... (more)
Story
One day I was driving home from a trip through the mountains of northern Arizona when all of a sudden a rain/snow storm appeared out of nowhere. It started out as rain and then became wet snow. It melted when it hit the ground but it did form some slush. Needless to say, everyone had to crawl to a near stop but not me. This was my first real taste of the Quattro all-wheel drive system and it w... (more)
Pros
It was extremely comfortable and rode very smoothly. Despite the lack of power at city speeds, I didn't really care because it was so comfortable and the car always "felt" right. There was a lot of room inside as well as a lot of trunk space. Despite all the room and comfort, the car always felt agile and responsive. It wasn't a huge car but driving it certainly felt like a combination of the smoothness of a larger car with the responsiveness of a smaller, sportier one.
Cons
My biggest problem with the car was the interior. It wasn't a huge deal but a few of the controls felt flimsy, specifically the dial for the sunroof. But the biggest problem was the cream (in reality it was white) leather. It was supposed to be stain proof but it readily showed scuff marks and cracks even though the car was still fairly new. It might not have been very fast or powerful, the 2.8L was the only engine available at the time but since then more powerful motors are available and I would definitely recommend getting at least one step above the basic engine. However, once it got u... (more)

2002 Audi A6 - Greatest bang for the buck

Charlotte, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
My Audi A6 Quattro is an older model, but many cannot tell because the paint and body are immaculate. This vehicle has been garage kept and has less than 80,000 miles. Maintenance has been extremely low. Thus far the only downfall has been that the fabric on the inside of the roof of the car has started to come loose. This is only occurring in the back seat. Also, the cup holder for the driver has broken. I do like that this model had a cup holder for the front seat passenger. There are cup holders for the back seat passengers that are very well placed. The trunk is unbelievably big. I am able to very easily load and unload a full-size manual wheelchair into the trunk. The design of the car includes 2 side door pockets that actually open out towards the user. This allows for easy acces... (more)
Story
Co-workers believe that the vehicle is much new than it actually is.
Pros
The image that Audi portrays. I love the sleekness of the body style and its overall reliability.
Cons
The adhesive for the roof fabric appears to be breaking down.

2009 Audi A6 - My Baby

07710
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
Upon purchasing my Audi I looked forward to a road test of the 4-cylinder version. Hopefully, it is far beter than the 4-cylinder in our 2015 Mercedes C-Class -- an engine that is simply out-of-place in a purported luxury vehicle. Whenever pushed, it sounds like the rough engine of a tractor. Indeed, even the 4-cylinder in a Chevrolet Malibu is more refined. Roomy interior finished in high-quality materials and trim; powerful engines that also achieve good fuel economy; reflexes like an athlete; top crash-test scores.
Story
I love driving with my sun roof open on my way to the beach.
Pros
First thing my wife said as we were driving in a rain storm, WOW this car handles the bad weather great. It just does everything well and with ease, you will notice how well everything in the Audi's function when you get into another car. I am surprised at the gas mileage, 32 on a 25 mile commute to work every day on a mix of highway and 2 lane hilly roads. Acceleration is great, friends shocked when I floor it. My second Audi, will be more.... Best Features Acceleration Road holding Braking Shifting Steering Rear seats Noise and vibration Front seats Ride comfort Instrumentation Quality ... (more)
Cons
Sporty performance character makes the ride too firm and bumpy for some drivers, although skipping some of the sportier add-ons alleviates this; some tech and navigation features can be a little too clever, to the point of distraction.