Like most of its luxury car competitors, Audi AG is betting well-heeled consumers are willing to pay dearly for the latest trend in personal transportation: the crossover utility vehicle. Part station wagon and part sport/utility vehicle (SUV), the V-6-powered Audi Allroad will debut in dealer showrooms in early November with a base sticker price of $42,450 including a $550 destination charge. Equipped with popular options, such as an automatic transmission ($1,000), heated seats ($800), ...

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