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2007 Audi Q7


Audi was falling a little behind before by not taking advantage of the burgeoning luxury SUV section of the market. Now, with the Q7, it’s arriving fashionably late and filling the hole in its offers.

The Q7 is Audi’s first shot at a sport-utility vehicle, but they make it look like it’s all old-hat for them. This elegant newcomer comes with a complement of competent steering and brakes, and a solid exterior. The Q7, at a base price of less than $50,000, comes with three rows of seating and the all-wheel drive, a system in which the Audi makers have much experience.

The 3.6 model is powered by V6 engine with 280 horsepower and 265 pound feet of torque. It comes with

  • five passenger seating
  • cloth upholstery
  • dual-zone climate control
  • Audi MMI
  • cruise control
  • eight speaker stereo
  • manual tilt/telescoping multi-function steering wheel
  • power locks/windows
  • alarm/engine immobilizer system
  • 18-inch wheels
  • black roof rails
  • fog lights

Options are

  • panorama sunroof
  • leather upholstery
  • seven passenger seating
  • light/rain sensor
  • aluminum trim

Whereas the 4.2, with a 4.2 liter V8 engine and 350 horsepower, not to mention 325 pound-feet of torque, offers

  • leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Bluetooth technology
  • sunshades on the side and rear
  • third row bench seat folds down flat

with options like

  • leather upholstery
  • four-zone climate control
  • navigation system
  • Technology package (rear backup camera, keyless start and voice activated controls, Audi Side Assist)
  • cold weather package (heated seats and steering wheel)
  • sunroof
  • Sirius or XM radio
  • 6600 pound towing capacity
  • trunk tie-down system

With a great combo of flair, room, and comfort, the Q7 wins out as the first of its class to come out of the Audi line.


Fashun Guadarrama.

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