Originally Audi A6 Allroad was sold in the US from 2000 to 2005, and now it has returned with new and improved features. The interior of the Audi A6 Allroad is modern, sleek, and well-crafted from high-quality materials. Most of the car's secondary control can be adjusted via a touchscreen on the center console.
When we compare it to its sedan sibling, Allroad is also comfortable and spacious. Audi A6 Allroad comes with a lot of cargo space; it can fit six carry-on suitcases in the trunk. 20-inch wheels and an Allroad-specific grille distinguish the Allroad Wagon from its sibling.
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has named Audi A6 Allroad as the Top Safety Pick+ for 2020. Audi uses the latest technology, which contains various driver-assistance features and potential hazard warnings. To know what your car is telling you, you should know the warning and indicator lights' meaning on your Audi A6's dashboard.
You can find the meaning of warning lights on the dashboard in this guide. The basic rule to understand these lights is that you should take immediate action if a red light turns on!
This light illuminates when the driver or a passenger does not have their seatbelt on. It could also turn on when there is a heavyweight on the passenger seat.
This light turns on when there is a malfunction in the Airbag system. You are advised to contact your Audi dealer for assistance.
When you see this light, you are advised to stop the vehicle and contact your Audi dealer. You can also check the brake fluid. There are high chances that there is a malfunction in the brake system.
This light Indicates that one or multiple numbers of doors have not been closed properly. Safely stop the car and close the doors; the light will turn off when they are closed properly.
This light turns on when the hood is not locked or closed correctly. Carefully stop the vehicle and seal it properly.
This light indicates that there is a problem with the electrical system. Driving while this light is on is a wrong move as it can drain the whole battery and damage your vehicle.
Transmission malfunction warning light illuminates when there is a malfunction in the transmission. Select the "P" selector lever position. It also means that the transmission temperature is higher than usual. It will be safe to seek assistance from your Audi dealer.
The park light illuminates when the parking brake is applied. If you see this light blinking, then reapply the brake.
Low oil pressure warning light turns on to warn you about the low oil pressure in the engine. Please stop the engine and add the engine oil slowly. Continue driving only when the light is gone.
You should only continue driving after this light turns off. You can shut down the engine for some time or run it on idle to reduce the temperature. You should read the owner's manual and add the coolant accordingly. If the light doesn't turn off, call the Audi dealer for assistance.
Take your car for service as soon as possible as this light Indicates a malfunction in the vehicle security system.
This light is there to remind you of low fuel. You are advised to stop at the nearest filling station to refuel your vehicle. The light turns off when there is enough fuel. If it doesn't, contact your dealer.
Carefully stop the car and check your vehicle's fuel cap. This light Indicates a leak in the tank or a loose fuel cap.
Add washer fluid in the vehicle. This light indicates a low amount of washer fluid in the car.
If it is blinking, then it means ESC is active. However, if it is on continuously, the system has switched it off. Restart the car to turn it back on.
If the ESC light is on, but ESC has not been turned off manually, then it means that there is a problem in the system. Get it checked as soon as possible.
This light turns on to tell you that the Active Lane Assist is activated. If the light turns on with an error message, it means that there is a malfunction.
Contact your dealer and inform about this light. It indicates a problem in the ABS. So you must get it corrected as soon as possible.
This light turns on when there is low pressure in one or more tires of your vehicle. Check your tire pressure as it can reduce the performance of the car.
This light will turn in when you start the engine but turns off after a few seconds. If it stays on, get it checked immediately as it means an engine malfunction.
Please stop the vehicle and contact your Audi dealer; your car might need service as it means that the all-wheel steering has failed. You should stop the vehicle very carefully!
Book your car for service as this light Indicates a malfunction in the filter or the filter might need regeneration.
This light turns on when ACC could not be activated for various reasons, such as traveling under 20 miles per hour. ACC cannot be activated when Traffic Jam Assist is already on. Keep a close eye on it as there can also be a malfunction.
When you see this light, you must visit your Audi dealer. It indicates that the electric parking system requires service.
The suspension system warning light is there to warn you about the malfunction in the suspension system. Seeking assistance immediately is the best decision as you may not have sufficient ground clearance to reach your destination.
The high beam indicator is there to inform you that the high beam is active.
This light means that the engine has been turned off during a period of inactivity.
These are turn signal Indicators. This light tells you that an indicator is active. If you find this light blinking faster or slower than usual, get it checked as soon as possible.
Fog lights help drivers to be safe during bad weather conditions. This green light means that the fog lights are on.