Audi A6 Wiper Blade Sizes (1995-2024)

Driving your sleek Audi A6 loses its appeal when distorted visibility and annoying squeaks ruin your drive. Before those failing wiper blades erode your driving confidence further, restore clarity and quiet to your windshield.

Use the handy chart below to find the exact OEM driver’s and passenger’s side lengths engineered for A6 models by year. We’ll also recommend the aftermarket blade brand brand cherished by Audi owners for outperforming (and outlasting) the competition in all types of weather.

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Audi A6 Wiper Blade Size Chart

2024Sedan24"20"n/aBosch ICON
2024Wagon24"20"15"Bosch ICON
2023Sedan24"20"n/aBosch ICON
2023Wagon24"20"15"Bosch ICON
2022Sedan24"20"n/aBosch ICON
2022Wagon24"20"15"Bosch ICON
2021Sedan24"20"n/aBosch ICON
2021Wagon24"20"15"Bosch ICON
2020Sedan24"20"n/aBosch ICON
2020Wagon24"20"15"Bosch ICON
2019Sedan24"20"n/aBosch ICON
2018Sedan26"21"n/aBosch ICON
2017Sedan26"21"n/aBosch ICON
2016Sedan26"21"n/aBosch ICON
2015Sedan26"21"n/aBosch ICON
2014Sedan26"21"n/aBosch ICON
2013Sedan26"21"n/aBosch ICON
2012Sedan26"21"n/aBosch ICON
2011Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2010Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2009Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2008Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2007Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2006Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2005Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2004Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2004Wagon22"22"15"Bosch ICON
2003Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2003Wagon22"22"15"Bosch ICON
2002Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2002Wagon22"22"15"Bosch ICON
2001Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2001Wagon22"22"15"Bosch ICON
2000Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
2000Wagon22"22"15"Bosch ICON
1999Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
1999Wagon22"22"15"Bosch ICON
1998Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
1998Wagon22"22"18"Bosch ICON
1997Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
1997Wagon22"22"18"Bosch ICON
1996Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
1996Wagon22"22"18"Bosch ICON
1995Sedan22"22"n/aBosch ICON
1995Wagon22"22"18"Bosch ICON

About the Audi A6

The Audi A6 has been a significant presence in the executive car market in the United States since its introduction for the 1995 model year, initially arriving as the successor to the Audi 100.

The A6 lineage actually dates back to 1968 with the Audi 100 but was rebranded as the A6 to align with Audi’s new alphanumeric nomenclature. The A6 has been available with a range of engines, including turbodiesels and Torsen-based quattro permanent four-wheel drive systems up until 1997.

Over the years, the A6 has evolved through multiple generations, each bringing advancements in technology, performance, and luxury. For instance, from 2009 to 2011, Audi offered the A6 Avant 3.0T in the US, a rare 300-horsepower supercharged wagon, catering to enthusiasts seeking both performance and practicality.

While certainly not lacking for power and performance, the A6 is considered the base model of Audi’s “6” lineup which also includes the sportier S6 as well as the high performance RS 6 model which approaches “supercar” territory.

When considering the purchase of an Audi A6, potential buyers would often compare it against its premium segment rivals. Notable competitors included the BMW 5 Series (525, 528, 540, etc.) known for its sporty handling and performance, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, which offered a blend of luxury and technology, and the Lexus GS, which provided a reputation for reliability and comfort.

These vehicles collectively represented the competitive landscape of luxury midsize sedans, each with its own strengths and unique selling points.

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