Car reviews - Audi - Allroad - 2.5 TDI
16 Aug 2002
By BRUCE NEWTON
THE Allroad presents the driver with a huge number of controls. In addition to climate and stereo controls, the dash contains buttons to alter the ride height and turn the ESP on/off. The centre rearview mirror is an auto-dimmer while external mirrors are adjusted with a knob on the centre console. Also on the centre console is a button to control the front/rear parking sensors. Electric window switchgear is on the doors and the sunroof has a rotary dial for simple, effective operation. The left-hand stalk is used for indicators, high beam and cruise control, and the right for wipers and trip computer. The seats have electric adjustment and the steering wheel adjusts for both reach and height. All controls light up like a brilliant red Christmas tree at night.
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Did you know?The radio-controlled remote central locking keypad allows the windows to be opened or closed when the doors are locked or unlocked. A longer press of the button also enables the electric sunroof to be closed and the standard alarm activated
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