Here is a comparative analysis of Audi A4 Vs A6. In this post, we’ve compared them with respect to the utility, performance, technological components, fuel economy, as well as safety features; here we go! Performance
Audi A4 delivers a steady output of 211 hp with its 2.0-L 4 cylinder turbocharged engine, while A6 is offered with 3 engine choices for delivering enhanced performance. For Audi A4, power is transmitted via six speed manual transmission and for Audi A6, engine is mated to a six-speed automatic or and you can find optional CVT too.
For midsize and compact versions of Audi performance, quality, and style, you have 2010 A6 and A4. A4 wagon and sedan are offered with 17.3 and 12 cubic feet space for luggage, while A6 wagon has 59 cubic feet space at cargo. A6 has more room when compared to A4.
Audi A6 can manage 23-28 mpg on the highways and 16-18 mpg in the city, while the smaller and lighter A4 can manage 21-23 mpg in the city and 27-30 mpg on the highways.
Both the models in the lineup has wagon/sedan choices with optional and standard features like power steering, sunroof, automatic climate control, live traffic updates, and satellite radio. Features of both the vehicles are upgraded for the year 2011.
The safety features for both the vehicles include anti-lock disc brakes, electronic stability control, blind-sport warning system, and airbags.