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Audi A6 2.0 TDIe Avant in the driving report: The luxury class sometimes economical

Achim Hartmann
Audi A6 2.0 TDIe Avant in the driving report
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S whether you turn the ignition key is not difficult to see that no electric motor hums under the front hood, but is ignited: the two-liter diesel nails discreetly. In this Audi A6 Avant it has 136 hp and is equipped with piezo elements, swirl flaps and balance shafts including extensive noise insulation.

Driving report: The Audi A6 2.0 TDIe Avant needs 7.3 liters

The four-cylinder runs quietly and with little vibration, but it gets going somewhat hesitantly. It takes significantly more than the usual 2,000 rpm before the typical TDI thrust is applied. Then the Audi A6 Avant marches motivated through the middle - at least in the lower gears. Especially on the autobahn, in the long geared sixth gear, the temperament drops noticeably; on the other hand, the station wagon only travels at a little more than 1,500 rpm at 100 km /h, which reduces noise and consumption. Pronounced fuel stinkers can move the big car with just over five liters of diesel for 100 kilometers, on average - according to the result of our fuel consumption drive for this driving report - the Audi A6 2.0 TDIe Avant still needed an economical 7.3 liters. So this Audi rightly bears the e in its name.

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