Audi is preparing to bring the Allroad moniker back to the United States for the 2013 model year, and those interested can price one out now. The 2013 Audi A4 Alltrak configurator went live today, with the base model commanding a $40,495 price tag including destination. This new base price is $3,220 more than the 2012 A4 Avant wagon, but the Allroad model comes with more protective lower body paneling, a slight increase in ground clearance, and a more distinct grille.
Under the hood rests a 208-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder also seen currently in the A4 and A5. If a base model isn’t your thing, the Allroad Premium offers up leather seats, a panorama moonroof, heated seats, LED daytime-running lights and an iPod input. All of this also comes with a $43,795 price tag but if you also want blind spot monitoring, a Bang & Olufsen sound system, and Audi’s adaptive key, that’ll raise the price to $49,695.
The 2013 Audi A4 Allroad rides along on 18-inch five-spoke aluminum wheels wrapped in 245/40 summer tires, but 19-inch rims are also available too for $800 extra. Other packages include the $500 Sport Interior Package which features a sport steering wheel and adaptive cruise control. You can also add a full paint finish ($1000), interior trim (layered oak for $850, dark brown walnut and ash natural brown wood for $350), rear side airbags ($350), and rear door window shades for $250.
With every bell and whistle accounted for, the 2013 Audi A4 Allroad will cost you $57,170, including destination, or $16,675 more than the base model. The 2013 Audi Allroad is currently arriving in dealerships around the country and you can visit Audi’s website to customize your own Allroad model now.