2018 Audi Q7 – Luxury SUV with Cool Tech

The 2018 Audi Q7 combines a luxurious cabin with a wide range of features and fun, sporty performance. While these qualities propel it to a high ranking in a crowded and competitive class, the Q7’s small cargo hold and cramped third-row may turn some shoppers away.

What’s new for 2018:
Proximity key now standard
New turbocharged four-cylinder base engine

Pros
Luxurious, comfortable, and quiet cabin
Impressive standard and available safety features
Energetic, fuel-efficient engines
Smooth, agile handling

Cons
Below-average cargo room
Cramped third row

2018 Audi Q7 3.0T
MSRP: From $56,400
Engine: 3.0 L V6
Curb weight: 4,938 lbs
MPG: 19 city / 25 highway

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Comments

Bernard Caillouet says:

I really enjoy your car reviews Lauren. Do you know if Audi will offer a TDI in the current Q7 here in the states? I am considering the gas model , but I would prefer the diesel.

Dan Burden says:

How does this compare to the Mercedes GL 63?

mrpmj00 says:

Holy camole $70k for 3.0 litre in a 5000lbs body.

David Wilson says:

I have a 2017 Q7 Premium Plus. Have had almost a year and a half. Very pleased with it! Third row for short trips only but comes in handy in a pinch. Downside, no separate air vents back there. Glad I got the 2017 because the 2018 dual power outlets on the back of the center console are exposed and the 2017 has them behind a soft opening panel. By wife really loves it and it almost feels as powerful as my Chrysler 300c with the Hemi I traded in for it. Great job on the review!

Allan Hancock says:

Audi has announced that Google Earth will not be available (and no longer functional if you have it) for model year 2018 and earlier starting in December 2020.

Umberto Fellinni says:

это че за пизда ивановна хиляет там?

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