2012 Audi Q7 Test Drive & Luxury SUV Review

2012 Audi Q7 Test Drive & Luxury SUV Review

http://www.autobytel.com/audi/q7/2012/ Audi has done a great job of taking the wonderful driving experience from their line of luxury cars and transferring t…
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25 thoughts on “2012 Audi Q7 Test Drive & Luxury SUV Review

  1. WhiteWi

    Great car for a big family ! Buy Diesel and u won’t be sorry. Dash is lil
    outdated but it is still classy and made of nice materials. It feels like a
    big car and it is a big car. If u want less space but car like feel go for

  2. Victor Roman

    Beautiful vehicle, one of quiet quality. I like it, and may get it over
    the Lexus.

  3. Kristoff Kristoffersun

    But the Q7 does not compete with the Escalade nor Lx570. Its competition is
    the X5, R-Class, MDX and JX35!

  4. Dave Miller

    Its not a question of if–but when. The idiot dealer I used to repair cars
    for–(before he got busted for fraud by the state of Colorado)–was always
    buying VW and Audi turds–fully 70% had either airbag or ABS warning lights

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  6. quintics

    how is the cayenne s not family friendly, it’s the same exact size as the
    Q7 (same chassis) both vw

  7. leumas nehol

    I had a Cayenne, Cayenne S and Cayenne Turbo. Especially 1st gen V6 cayenne
    is no good. body is too heavy for the engine. S is hmmm ok I guess but you
    really feel like driving a Porsche with the Turbo and Turbo S! I have an X5
    4.8 now. not bad, not as advanced as Cayenne Turbo but still nice.

  8. leumas nehol

    obsess with escalades huh? maan you dont look like a car person. you look
    too old for that, let the kids deal with reviews and sell cars… plus if
    you want sophisticated suv get a cayenne! they are the best. q7 or x5 might
    be 2nd. mls? garbage…

  9. jimmyhoffa9

    Depends where the ice is. Good tyres, and the quattro system is immense.
    Police one towed the recovery truck after it got stuck, with my written off
    unmarked on the back. And that was in snow, with the Audi loaded down.

  10. Chris Tudorache

    The joint project is the Volkswagen Group PL71 platform, shared by the
    Touareg, Porsche Cayenne, and Audi Q7, although there are styling,
    equipment, and technical differences between those vehicles. The Volkswagen
    Touareg is built at the Volkswagen Bratislava Plant in Bratislava,
    Slovakia, alongside the Audi Q7 and the Porsche Cayenne.

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