2010 Audi S6 Owners Manual

2010 Audi S6 Owners Manual – The 2010 Audi S6 is a superior car accessible in one stacked trim level. Standard gear incorporates 19-inch wheels, summer tires, a sunroof, versatile xenon headlights, LED running lights, front and back foglights, keyless start/section, power tilt-extending steering segment, eight-way power front seats with lumbar alteration and driver memory capacities, cowhide upholstery, warmed front and back seats, a rearview camera, Bluetooth, the MMI regulator, a hard-drive-based route framework (incorporates constant traffic) and a 13-speaker encompass sound framework with six-CD transformer, satellite radio and iPod interface. Alternatives incorporate back side airbags, non sport seats, a vulnerable side admonition framework and 18-inch wheels with summer tires.

2010 Highlights

The 2010 S6 gains Audi’s third-age MMI gadgets regulator, including better illustrations, improved menus and simpler route activity. Continuous traffic data has also been included.

2010 Audi S6 Owners Manual

2010 Audi S6 Owners Manual

Performance and mpg

The all-wheel-drive Audi S6 is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 that wrenches out 435 hp and 398 lb-ft of force. A six-speed programmed with manual move control is the main accessible transmission. At our test track, the S6 ran from zero to 60 mph in 5.7 seconds – scarcely snappier than the A6 3.0T and woefully more slow than the BMW M5, Jaguar XFR and Mercedes E63. Mileage gauges are 14 mpg city/19 mpg interstate and 16 mpg consolidated.

Safety

Standard safety hardware on the 2010 Audi S6 incorporates antilock plate brakes, steadiness control, all-wheel drive, front-seat side airbags and full-length side blind airbags. Back side airbags are a choice. In crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the Audi A6 (on which the S6 is based) scored the most elevated conceivable rating of “Good” in both frontal-counterbalance and side-sway tests. In brake testing, the S6 ground to a halt in a blur free 110 feet – a decent outcome for this kind of vehicle.

Driving

The 2010 Audi S6 handles well for a nose-substantial 4,500-pound AWD vehicle, however it essentially can’t stay aware of the snappier and better-adjusted rivalry when the going gets awe-inspiring. There’s no result as far as ride comfort, either – the S6’s suspension is sports-vehicle firm. On a par with the V10 sounds, it doesn’t deliver the push required for the S6 to be serious in this tenuous elite fragment, and the six-speed programmed isn’t as responsive as the double grip computerized manual gearbox found in the Audi S4. Braking, it appears, is about the main thing the S6 unequivocally exceeds expectations at.

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Interior

Cut in cowhide and aluminum with birch wood complements, the S6’s lodge carries on the Audi convention of finely created interiors. The adequately reinforced front game seats offer great help during forceful driving, however on the off chance that you despise that embraced feeling, the A6’s ordinary seats are a no-cost choice. Interior room is roomy, with a lot of space for four travelers to go in significant distance comfort. The storage compartment offers 16 cubic feet of room, which is truly useful for this size of vehicle.

The S6 accompanies Audi’s most recent Multi Media Interface (MMI) vehicle the board framework, which controls diversion, correspondence and discretionary route capacities by means of the scramble mounted LCD screen and focus comfort mounted controls (a handle and fastens). Despite the fact that there is still somewhat of an expectation to absorb information engaged with utilizing it, MMI has been drastically improved for 2010 – particularly concerning route

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