Audi A6 Avant Moose test The Audi A6 Avant that we used for this test came fitted with the pneumatic suspension and a steering rear axle. These two options have, undoubtedly, a clear and positive effect on the reactions of the vehicle. As with the normal A6, the Avant had very good results on the test. On the first attempt, that we always perform at an entrance speed of 77 km/h, we hit a few cones but the reactions were smooth and easy to control. With the suspension set on its comfort mode, which activates by default when the car is started, the body roll is significant and the changes of direction are not fast, but it was easy for the driver to guide the vehicle through the desired path. 77 km/h is the highest speed at which we managed to successfully complete the Moose test. It is quite a high value, but not as high as the one we achieved with the normal A6 (79 km/h). Just after the second swerve, a slight understeer effect appears. However, it hardly interferes with the inputs of the driver. When rising the entrance speed we were not able to complete the test successfully because the understeer was more pronounced Nonetheless, the reactions of the car remained exemplary and very easy to control. Slalom The A6 feels quite nimble on the slalom, with the ESC working subtly and not interfering in an obvious way. The body rolls significantly again but that does not prevent the car from completing the test smoothly.