Audi Q7

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2019
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2019 Audi Q7 Ratings & Reliability
Audi's luxury three-row SUV is an impressive vehicle, and among the best we've ever tested. It employs a supercharged 3.0-liter V6 mated to a very smooth eight-speed automatic. This results in effortless acceleration and fuel economy of 20 mpg overall in our tests. The Q7 is very quiet, instilling a sense of tranquility. The ride has an underlying firmness unless buyers splurge on the Prestige trim and the optional air suspension, which makes it as plush as a luxury car. Handling is responsive and confidence-inspiring. The beautifully finished interior exudes luxury, with excellent seats and a vivid, high-tech digital instrument cluster. Forward collision warning and city-speed automatic emergency braking are standard. A freshening arrives in spring 2020 with the control layout and powertrain of the Q8.
2017-2018
2017 Redesign Year
Audi Q7 2018
Audi's luxury three-row SUV is an impressive vehicle, and among the best we've ever tested. The redesigned Q7 employs a supercharged 3.0-liter V6 that is mated to a very smooth eight-speed automatic. This results in effortless acceleration and fuel economy of 20 mpg overall in our tests. The Q7 is very quiet, instilling a sense of tranquility. The ride has an underlying firmness unless you splurge on the Prestige trim and the optional air suspension, which makes it as plush as a luxury car. Handling is responsive and confidence-inspiring. The beautifully finished interior exudes luxury, with excellent seats and a vivid, high-tech digital instrument cluster. The controls prove logical with familiarity. Available advanced safety systems include automatic emergency braking and lane-keep assist.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2018 $34,250 - $44,875 $31,855 - $41,895
2017 $28,800 - $38,400 $26,520 - $35,830
2007-2016
2007 Redesign Year
Audi Q7 2016
Audi's midsized luxury SUV shares components with the Porsche Cayenne and Volkswagen Touareg, and offers a tight but serviceable third-row seat. The strong 350-hp, 4.2-liter V8 pulls smoothly, but returns just 15 mpg overall on premium fuel. A V6 is also available. Handling is fairly nimble, but doesn't shine at its limits. The ride is steady, though a little stiff at low speeds. Front-seat comfort is very good, interior fit and finish are excellent, and the cabin is quiet, but the MMI driver-interaction system is complex. A turbodiesel V6 was added in 2009, while both the V6 and V8 gas engines were replaced by a supercharged V6 in 2011.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2016 NA NA
2015 $18,500 - $24,550 $16,255 - $22,150
2014 $16,350 - $19,825 $13,115 - $17,465
2013 $13,750 - $17,775 $10,570 - $14,595
2012 $11,275 - $14,950 $8,225 - $11,630
2011 $10,200 - $13,325 $7,150 - $10,080
2010 $9,000 - $12,425 $6,000 - $9,240
2009 $7,925 - $9,525 $5,010 - $6,490
2008 $6,850 - $8,175 $3,985 - $5,235
2007 $5,900 - $7,225 $3,105 - $4,330