Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313HP automatic 4x4 vs Cadillac CTS II 2.8 VVT 211HP manual

Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313HP automatic 4x4

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19 reasons for

Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro, model available from 2011.
It has 3.0 TDI 313HP ic diesel engine produced from 2012.
Drive 4x4 has automatic gearbox.

2 reasons for

Cadillac CTS II, model available from 2007.
It has 2.8 VVT 211HP petrol engine produced from 2007.
Drive has manual, 6 speed gearbox.

Cadillac CTS II 2.8 VVT 211HP manual
Audi

19 reasons for Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313KM automat 4x4 in comparison to Cadillac CTS II 2.8 VVT 211HP manual

Reasons for
135

Maximal power

313 > 211 hp
The horsepower is a this thing that most of drivers take into account at first when buying a car. In this comparison it is the Audi that has by 48 percent more horsepower in comparison to the Cadillac. Therefore the Audi A6 C7 can reach higher maximum speed. Thanks to more horsepower the Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313HP automatic 4x4 should as well provide noticeably better flexiblility in specific speeds.
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Average consumption

6.5 > 11.9 l
The fuel economy is considerably to Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro's advantage. This vehicle burns 45 percent fewer oil in the mixed cycle compared to the Cadillac CTS II. Keep in mind that average fuel consumption in the combined cycle for the executive class, in which the Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro is classified, is 8.8 l while the Audi A6 C7 uses by 26 percent less amount of fuel than the average.
50

Acceleration 0-100 km/h

5.6 > 8.3 s
The Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro accelerates to 100k\h by 2.7 s better in comparison to the Cadillac CTS II 2.8 VVT 211HP manual. A noticable difference in acceleration in favor of the Audi A6 C7 will allow him to overtake much faster and avoid other obstacles.
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Top speed

250 > 226 km/h
The maximum speed of the ​​Audi is greater in comparison to the Cadillac CTS II 2.8 VVT 211HP manual by 24 kilometers per hour, which allows the Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro to travel quicker long stretches of highway. The difference at the level of 24 km/h is small and will be insignificant in everyday driving.
22

Width

1,898 > 1,796 mm
Width of a vehicle directly affects interior space for travelers and also stability during driving. The Audi is widther by 6 percent than the Cadillac CTS II and is not really important. The medium for the „E” segment amounts to 1,826 mm and is by 4 % larger than the same attribute of the Audi.
19

Range

1,119 > 571 km
19

Fuel tank

74 > 69 l
The winner of selected cars in the category of fuel tank capacity is Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro which is able to take by 5 l more diesel in relation to the Cadillac CTS II.
15

Wheelbase

2,908 > 2,874 mm
The wheelbase of a vehicle means the distance between its front and rear wheels. The wheelbase notably affects the driving due to more desirable car's weight distribution. Audi has 34 millimeters longer wheelbase distance than Cadillac CTS II. Wheelbase dimensions are important to the stability and steering. Hence, the mass of Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313HP automatic 4x4 should be better distributed and driving should be easier and safer.
8

Engine capacity

2,966 > 2,791 cc
The Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313HP automatic 4x4 has 175 cubic centimeters greater engine displacement compared to the Cadillac CTS II. Because the difference is not big, the Audi A6 C7 should accelerate slightly faster, of course if other paramerters are equal.
6

Length

4,944 > 4,833 mm
The Audi A6 C7 is 2 percent longer than the Cadillac. Long vehicles have roomy cabin and in most cases provide more storage space. Although the Audi A6 C7 seems to be better for families or drivers who value convenient rides that make them feel fresh and relaxed upon arriving, the Cadillac CTS II may appeal to the young because it will not cause problems with parking and will be more maneuverable.
4

Rear track

1,593 > 1,524 mm
3

Number of doors

5 > 4
A five-door car generally is a hatchback (however estate cars also count as 5-door cars) and because of that the Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313HP automatic 4x4, where you can open up the boot lid and fold flat the back seats giving more space for cargo, has the edge on the four-door Cadillac with the hinges for the boot that opens under the rear window.
1

Model release date

2011 > 2007
Given that the Cadillac CTS II 2.8 VVT 211HP manual's production began only 4 years prior to the Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro, the distance in technology used in both vehicles shouldn’t be really big, however, the Audi A6 C7 may feature slightly more advanced solutions applied in it.
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Height

1,511 > 1,440 mm
If you are a tall man or you happen to carry in the trunk stuffs of big size, the Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313HP automatic 4x4, which is by 71 mm higher than the Cadillac CTS II 2.8 VVT 211HP manual, is better choice for you. However, compared cars do not vary much in its height and it should not be much noticeable.
0

Transmission

automatic > manual
To drivers who appreciate more convenient use of a car and who don’t want to struggle with complications resulting from the manual transmission we recommend cars equipped with automatic transmission. To those who enjoy sporting driving a manual gearbox might be better as it gives a control of rmp range in which a gear is changed.
0

Maximal power RPM

3,900 > 6,800 revolutions/minute
0

Payload

2,562 > 2,362 kg
0

Front track

1,630 > 1,530 mm
0

Curb weight

1,986 > 1,746 kg

Cadillac

2 reasons for Cadillac CTS II 2.8 VVT 211KM manual in comparison to Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313HP automatic 4x4

Reasons for
8

Maximum load capacity

609 > 575 kg
0

Tire profile

50 > 55 %

Cars specifications

Audi A6 C7 Allroad quattro 3.0 TDI 313HP automatic 4x4 Cadillac CTS II 2.8 VVT 211HP manual
    Gross trailer weight 2,504 kg -
    Price range luxury luxury
    Model release date 2011 2007
    Facelifting no no
    Code name C7 -
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