2017 Audi Q7 ratings and reviews

The 2017 Audi Q7 is a luxury SUV with plenty of space for passengers and cargo. The Q7 is available in 2.0 trims (Premium and Premium Plus) with an Inline 4 engine and 3.0 trims (Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige) with a V6 engine, all of which are paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission and come with standard all-wheel drive. 2.0 trims have a combined fuel rating of 22 miles per gallon, while 3.0 trims are slightly lower with a combined 21 mile per gallon rating. Each trim level comes standard with traction control, a pre-collision safety system, USB connections, an air filtration system, and rear seat entertainment compatibility. 3.0 Prestige is the only trim to offer several packages, including Luxury, Adaptive Chassis, and Titanium-Black Optic, but drivers can add a Cold Weather or Towing Package to any trim. Drivers can get extra peace-of-mind from the basic and powertrain warranty that covers the Q7 for up to 50,000 miles or four years.

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The 2017 Audi Q7 is a luxury SUV with plenty of space for passengers and cargo. The Q7 is available in 2.0 trims (Premium and Premium Plus) with an Inline 4 engine and 3.0 trims (Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestige) with a V6 engine, all of which are paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission and come with standard all-wheel drive. 2.0 trims have a combined fuel rating of 22 miles per gallon, while 3.0 trims are slightly lower with a combined 21 mile per gallon rating. Each trim level comes standard with traction control, a pre-collision safety system, USB connections, an air filtration system, and rear seat entertainment compatibility. 3.0 Prestige is the only trim to offer several packages, including Luxury, Adaptive Chassis, and Titanium-Black Optic, but drivers can add a Cold Weather or Towing Package to any trim. Drivers can get extra peace-of-mind from the basic and powertrain warranty that covers the Q7 for up to 50,000 miles or four years.




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