Motorists investing in the Audi A4 Avant will not be disappointed with the quality displayed throughout the vehicle, a reviewer has remarked.
Writing for the Perthshire Advertiser, Val Jessop stated that the furnishings and materials used inside the vehicle are "top calibre", despite not being as elaborate as some used by rival cars.
Compared with older Avant vehicles, the latest offering also feels a lot "bigger in every way", according to Ms Jessop, despite statistics revealing that no major changes have been made.
The cabin is thought to be "significantly more roomy", while extra space is available in the back, especially when the rear seats are folded down.
Furthermore, more "zest" has been promised in the Avant’s performance, with the 2.0-litre engine allowing the vehicle to hit 62 miles per hour from standstill in 8.6 seconds.
What Car? highlighted in a review of the vehicle that the Audi A4 Avant offered all the benefits that are typically expected of a saloon, but with larger levels of space and practicality.