LAS VEGAS – Audi of America Inc. says it is considering removing the Allroad SUV from its lineup in favor of a wagon version of its A6. The company says it will decide in the next couple of weeks whether to replace the Allroad in 2006, when the current model requires changes to meet regulatory requirements. Audi may cut Allroad in ’06. There are concerns that continuing the Allroad alongside the upcoming Pikes Peak SUV could cause a conflict, because the current Allroad is priced ...

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