Inviting – the spaciousness, the interior and the body

The Audi A6 Avant measures 4.94 meters (16.2 ft) long, 1.89 meters (6.2 ft) wide and 1.47 meters (4.8 ft) high. Its interior is even more spacious than that of the predecessor model. It beats the competition with front and rear elbow room as well as with rear knee room. The folding rear seat is split three ways.

As with the predecessor model, luggage capacity is 565 litres (20.0 cu ft) in the base configuration, and that despite the sharply sloping D-pillar and rear window. This increases to 1,680 litres (59.3 cu ft) with the rear seats folded down. A power tailgate and power luggage compartment cover are standard; Audi offers a sensor controlled tailgate in combination with the convenience key. 

Dynamic and elegant – the exterior design

Attractive station wagons go by the name of Avant. The A6 Avant underscores this Audi claim by combining high everyday utility with dynamic design.

A wide, low Singleframe grille dominates the front of the A6 Avant. A distinctive silhouette with a stretched front end and trapezoid window surfaces characterise the side view. Brawny blisters over the wheel arches emphasise the quattro drive. The sinewy roof line flows into a roof edge spoiler, which makes the side view appear even longer. The Avant’s D-pillars and rear window are particularly sloping, which reinforces the dynamic appearance. An aluminium trim strip joins the two rear lights and visually underscores the width of the car. 

Safety and convenience 

With frequent drivers and commuters in mind, the A6 Avant provides an extensive range of driver assistance systems. These use refined control mechanisms to enhance convenience and provide additional support for drivers’ tasks. Besides the standard “Audi pre sense front” emergency braking assist, customers can choose a total of 39 assistants in two different packages. The individual systems are bundled into the packages City and Tour.

The Tour package includes the adaptive cruise assist with narrowed road assist. It conveniently handles longitudinal and lateral guidance in stop-and-go traffic right down to a standstill and over the entire speed range, and also supports the driver by accelerating and braking to maintain the set speed or distance to the vehicle ahead.​​


As a private motorist you have many options when it comes to paying for or leasing your car.

Personal Contract Purchase is the most popular method, as it allows you to upgrade typically every two to four years and avoid depreciation costs.

Hire Purchase is the straightforward approach, and one that enables you to take full ownership after all payments have been met.

Personal Contract Hire differs by giving you access to the latest models without committing to ownership. When the contract ends, simply hand back the keys.

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Sytner Audi is pleased to support the Motability Scheme, a registered charity which enables disabled people to lease a new car by exchanging their Government-funded mobility allowance. 

Motability provides thousands of people with a brand new, worry-free car.

With Motability everything is taken care of so you can enjoy the freedom to drive. Get a car through Motability, and insurance, maintenance, RAC breakdown recovery, servicing, tyres and windscreens are all included at no extra cost. You lease your car on a 3 year Contract Hire and get a brand new car every three years.​


Choosing an Audi isn't just a matter of deciding on the model you want, it's about creating a car that suits you perfectly.

To help you do that, Audi have designed a range of accessories you can add to your Audi, enabling you to customise it down to the last detail. Our accessories are professionally crafted and extensively tested. Only when our products have passed all these tests and more can they be called Audi Genuine Accessories.

Why not browse the catalogues, you'll be amazed at the choice available.​​

Figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare fuel consumption and CO2 figures with other vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. These figures may not reflect real life driving results, which will depend upon a number of factors including the accessories fitted (post-registration), variations in weather, driving styles and vehicle load. There is a new test used for fuel consumption and CO2 figures (known as WLTP). The CO2 figures shown however, are based on a calculation designed to be equivalent to the outgoing (NEDC) test cycle and will be used to calculate vehicle tax on first registration. For more information, please see or consult your retailer. Data correct at 12/2018. Figures quoted are for a range of configurations and are subject to change due to ongoing approvals/changes. Please consult your retailer for further information.