Do you have a minute to answer an electric vehicle survey? Start the survey | No thanks

Recommend a replacement for my Audi A6 Avant which can carry two bikes?

I own an A6 Avant 2.7 diesel Tiptronic (purchased March 2008). I wish to change and want a vehicle which can take two bikes if necessary, and is comfortable and suitable for long distances, so quite similar to my current car. Any thoughts please?

Asked on 2 June 2010 by Mark Ormrod

Answered by David Ross
If you're after something comfortable for long distances that can take two bikes then you might want to consider a 4x4 such as a Land Rover Discovery 4. It's very versatile and has a huge boot too. If you don't want a 4x4 and would rather stick to an estate, then either Mercedes-Benz (such as an E-Class estate) or Volvo (i.e V70 or XC70) probably offer the most comfortable long-distance cruisers.
Similar questions
I love my 2007 Mondeo Titanium X estate for leg room, comfort, performance and space and it only has 48,000 on the clock, but the A/C has never been much good, is chronically leaking, and now needs a new...
My in-laws are both in their early 70s and intending to replace their 53-reg Ford Focus 1.8 Zetec. Their budget is £10,000 plus trade-in. They've mentioned an automatic, but I recall that you don't recommend...
I am torn between buying a nearly-new Kuga or a nearly-new Skoda Yeti. I have a Ford Focus to trade in that will get about £10,000 at the Skoda garage, and about a grand more with Ford. A nearly new Yeti...
Related models
Imperious on and off-road, hugely practical, more desirable than the current Discovery, refined and high-quality interior.
Big and practical estate. Perfect for families. Good cabin quality. Plenty of safety kit as standard.
Huge and useful boot space. Well-built and solid interior. Comfortable long distance cruiser. Excellent diesels. Very refined.
 

Value my car