2009 Audi Q7

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$43,500 - $59,220
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Engine Engine 3.6LV-6
MPG MPG 14 City / 20 Hwy
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2009 Q7 Overview

The Audi Q7 offers strength and refinement in a large, luxurious SUV.It is a paragon of driving elegance and interior refinement.

For 2009, a new 3.0-liter diesel engine is available, a turbocharged dohc V6 with four valves per cylinder.It makes 325 horsepower at 3750 rpm and a very robust 406 pound-feet of torque at 1750 rpm.It is matched with the same six-speed automatic used with the 4.2-liter V8 but, in consideration of its torque curve, has a numerically lower axle ratio of 3.27:1.Not only does it deliver a lot of torque, it also has remarkable fuel economy, and is EPA-rated at 17 mpg City, 25 mpg Highway.The diesel is known as the Q7 TDI and is said to be the world's cleanest diesel sport utility vehicle.It meets emissions regulations in all 50 states, and offers 600 miles of driving range on a single tank.

In addition to the availability of the diesel, for 2009 there are some slight alterations to the trim levels and options.Otherwise, the 2009 Q7 line is unchanged.The Q7 was launched as a 2007 model.

The Audi Q7 shares its solid architecture with the Volkswagen Touareg and Porsche Cayenne.The Q7 rides on a longer wheelbase, however, and it has a more compliant ride than the Volkswagen and Porsche.The Q7 is the longest of the three, and is the only one to offer three-row seating.To make its cabin more luxurious and inviting, Audi has equipped the Q7 with features not found on the Touareg or Cayenne.And when the weather turns sour, the Q7 benefits from Audi's decades of experience with quattro all-wheel drive.

With a base price of considerably less than $50,000, the Q7 is priced close to others in the luxury SUV segment, which includes the Cadillac SRX, Lexus GX 470, and Mercedes-Benz M-Class.With all-wheel drive, a choice of three powerful engines and the classiest interior in the segment, the Q7 deserves serious consideration when shopping for a luxury SUV.High-technology features such as its blind-spot warning system add to safety and convenience in the Q7.
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2009 Q7 Overview

The Audi Q7 offers strength and refinement in a large, luxurious SUV.It is a paragon of driving elegance and interior refinement.

For 2009, a new 3.0-liter diesel engine is available, a turbocharged dohc V6 with four valves per cylinder.It makes 325 horsepower at 3750 rpm and a very robust 406 pound-feet of torque at 1750 rpm.It is matched with the same six-speed automatic used with the 4.2-liter V8 but, in consideration of its torque curve, has a numerically lower axle ratio of 3.27:1.Not only does it deliver a lot of torque, it also has remarkable fuel economy, and is EPA-rated at 17 mpg City, 25 mpg Highway.The diesel is known as the Q7 TDI and is said to be the world's cleanest diesel sport utility vehicle.It meets emissions regulations in all 50 states, and offers 600 miles of driving range on a single tank.

In addition to the availability of the diesel, for 2009 there are some slight alterations to the trim levels and options.Otherwise, the 2009 Q7 line is unchanged.The Q7 was launched as a 2007 model.

The Audi Q7 shares its solid architecture with the Volkswagen Touareg and Porsche Cayenne.The Q7 rides on a longer wheelbase, however, and it has a more compliant ride than the Volkswagen and Porsche.The Q7 is the longest of the three, and is the only one to offer three-row seating.To make its cabin more luxurious and inviting, Audi has equipped the Q7 with features not found on the Touareg or Cayenne.And when the weather turns sour, the Q7 benefits from Audi's decades of experience with quattro all-wheel drive.

With a base price of considerably less than $50,000, the Q7 is priced close to others in the luxury SUV segment, which includes the Cadillac SRX, Lexus GX 470, and Mercedes-Benz M-Class.With all-wheel drive, a choice of three powerful engines and the classiest interior in the segment, the Q7 deserves serious consideration when shopping for a luxury SUV.High-technology features such as its blind-spot warning system add to safety and convenience in the Q7.Hide Full Review