The Audi Q7 is a luxury crossover that focuses on comfortable seating for the whole family, as well as its on-road manners.
Not that you’re likely to need much in the way of off-road capability, anyway, of course. On-road, the quattro all-wheel drive will tackle harsh conditions with grace. Don’t let the extra size of the Audi Q7 compared to the related Volkswagen Touareg and Porsche Cayenne fool you; if anything, the extra wheelbase improves ride quality and composure while maintaining (most of) the relative nimbleness for a large SUV.
From the curb, the Audi Q7 is an attractive, elegant vehicle, without any of the rock-crawling, safari-driving pretensions you’ll find elsewhere. Crisp lines and smooth surfaces combine for a look that’s adult and sophisticated with being stodgy. Inside, you’ll find one of the best interiors in the class, with rich leather, suede, and wood creating a warm and refined environment. The controls are largely sleek and uncluttered, though the climate and audio controls can be a bit daunting at first glance.
This Q7 comes tastefully modified with adjustable coil over suspension, H&R spacers and replica 22″ wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion tires. The result is a stance and look for all other SUV’s to envy coupled with improved handling and stability in the streets.
A quick look at this example shows that it has been well taken care of by its previous owner who was clearly an enthusiast. It is nearly fully equipped with all options including the must-have S-Line appearance package as well as navigation and the torquey V6 turbo-diesel engine.
This Q7 has only one claim on its CarFax history which was a theft from vehicle claim resulting in $2,377.15. No accidents or any other issues. Serviced at OpenRoad Audi it’s whole life, this Q7 is turn key and ready to go wherever you want to take it.