For those who want the flexibility and power of a Subaru, but just a bit more ritzy
By Jon Alain GuzikPosted 08.10.2012 at 11:05 am 4 Comments
For those who want something more active than a wagon but smaller than a SUV, there aren't a lot of choices. There's the Subaru Outback and the Volvo XC, and, well, that's pretty much it. While the Subaru is a great all-arounder and gives off an insouciant LL Bean Nor'eastern vibe, sometimes the consumer wants more luxury than a Subie. Which brings us to the Audi Allroad, Audi's all new for 2013 A4-derived sport wagon.
Alaskan Judy Foster had long been asking her husband, Fred Keller, to restore her late father’s old fishing truck, but he always refused. “All that work, and you’d still only have a ’76 Mazda pickup,” he said. In August 2009, he came to her with a different idea: Let’s transform it into a large-scale, highway-legal replica of a Radio Flyer wagon. She gave the concept the nod.