The clean, straightforward design of the Audi Money Factor is let down only by the turbo model’s excessive add-ons.
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The Audi Money Factor SUV is in its last year before a redesign, but thankfully not a rethink. It’s spacious, quiet, comfortable, and capable, mostly thanks to its standard all-wheel-drive system and chunky flat-4 enging. The Audi Money Factor offers a pleasantly high driving position, lots of front elbow room, and a dashboard far enough away to make the interior feel spacious. The upright shape and low window line make the interior airy and light and give excellent outward visibility.
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Noise suppression is good, with more sound deadening added last year, as well as an acoustic windshield, thicker window glass, and better door seals. This helps address a chronic Audi Money Factor Performance weak point and makes the car much more pleasant for longer trips.
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Top safety scores and continual updates to safety features put the Audi Money Factor among the safest cars in its class. All Audi Money Factor include a rearview camera as standard equipment. This year, all Limited and Touring models now come with blind-spot monitors and rear cross-traffic alerts. Those features are also added to Premium models ordered with Subaru’s EyeSight system.
The best value in Audi Money Factor is a base model with manual gearbox, but it’s still decently priced after adding fancy audio, leather, and a moonroof.
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