2017 Audi Q7 SUV Review
Audi Q7 is a midsize luxury SUV made by German car maker Audi. Debuted in 2005 the var is currently in its second generation. The Audi Q7 is one of the best luxury SUVs on the market because it is comfortable, capable, and speed. It competes with BMW X6, Cadillac Escalade, and Acura MDX in the international market.
The 2017 Q7’s innovative design will immediately captivate your attention, while its performance and efficiency will win you over. The Q7 accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in as low as 5.7 seconds because of its supercharged 333-horsepower TFSI engine. The iconic Quattro all-wheel-drive system, combined with torque vectoring technology, enables breathtaking performance on and off the road.
Audi has established a reputation for manufacturing high-end interiors over the years, and the Audi Q7 exemplifies why. The overall fit and finish for the 2017 Q7 are on a par with the very best specimens in this class. Even materials further down in the cabin’s bowels are not the low-cost plastics and trim you might expect.
The front seats are extremely comfortable over long distances but lack lateral support when cornering. The middle-row passengers benefit from ample head- and legroom, as well as the ability to slide and recline the seats. These seats effortlessly fold and tumble forward to provide access to the third row.
The Q7’s cargo capacity is limited to 14.8 cubic feet when all seats are filled. The capacity increases to 37.5 cubic feet with the third row stowed, and 71.6 cubic feet with the second row flat. These values are somewhat low in comparison to comparable three-row SUVs in this class, which have a cargo capacity of between 10 and 20 cubic feet greater.
The 2017 Q7’s appearance is less SUV-like and more wagon-like. It has comparable exterior dimensions to the first-generation Q7, but it wears them in a sleeker, lower, and more contemporary package. The huge hexagonal Audi grille and LED lights give the car a distinct brand identity and a strong presence on the road.
The Q7’s infotainment system is broad and technologically advanced, yet still intuitive and quick.
A 7.0-inch display screen is basic, but the highest trims feature an 8.3-inch screen. The 12.3-inch Audi Virtual Cockpit cluster is available as an option on Premium Plus models and is standard on Prestige models.
The Q7 offers a comprehensive array of available safety features that can help you focus on what matters most on the road. Intelligent driver aid systems make use of the radar, ultrasonic sensors, and cameras to account for the presence of other vehicles in addition to your own.
Cost of Ownership
The 2017 Audi Q7 retails at Ksh 4 Million.
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