This 2005 Audi Allroad wagon was originally sold by Audi Stevens Creek of San Jose, California, and was acquired by the seller in February 2020 following time with three previous owners within the state. The car is finished in metallic gray over two-tone leather and powered by turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 paired with a six-speed manual transmission and Quattro all-wheel drive. Service under current ownership has included replacement of the timing belt, water pump, valve cover gaskets, an air suspension ride control valve, and the front CV axles. This Allroad indicates 74k miles and is offered at no reserve with service records from 2020, a Carfax report, and a clean California title in the seller's name.
The wagon body is finished in Atlas Gray Metallic with darker bumpers and wheel arch extensions. Exterior features include headlight washers, fog lamps, aluminum door guards and skid panels, rear parking sensors, roof rails, and a rear window wiper. The Carfax report shows damage to the left rear of the car occurred in November 2016. Scratches and dings are visible on the lower bodywork and wheel arch extensions.
Factory 17″ wheels are mounted with 225/55 Michelin Primacy MXV4 tires. An air spring damping system provides between 5.6″ and 8.2″ of ground clearance. The ride control solenoid valve and both front CV axles were replaced in 2020.
The cabin is upholstered in gray and black leather with charcoal carpets, while burl wood veneer accents the dash, center console, and door panels. Amenities include heated and power-adjustable seats with position memory for the driver as well as brushed Allroad-branded sill plates, dual-zone automatic climate control, rear sunshades, an Audi Symphony head unit, and a Bose sound system. The Alcantara headliner is sagging in the rear.
A multi-function steering wheel frames a 170-mph speedometer and a tachometer along with gauges for oil temperature, coolant temperature, fuel level, and voltage. the odometer indicates 74k miles, of which approximately 4k have been added by the seller.
The rear cargo area is lined with an all-weather mat, and houses a spare wheel and a retractable storage cover.
The twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 was factory-rated at 250 horsepower with 258 lb-ft of torque when new. Service under current ownership has included replacement of the timing belt and tensioner pulleys as well as the water pump, thermostat, accessory belts, spark plugs and wires, valve cover gaskets, and an engine air filter. An oil change and a coolant flush were also performed in 2020.
The O1E six-speed manual transmission sends power to all four wheels through a Quattro all-wheel drive system that features a Torsen center differential and electronically locking front and rear differentials. Additional underside photos are available in the gallery below.
The May 2020 Carfax report shows the aforementioned damage from 2016 and lists emissions testing, registration, and service history with four total owners in California.