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2014 Audi Q7

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Why Buy a 2014 Audi Q7?

The Top 10 Reasons Why You May want to Buy a 2014 Audi Q7:

Elegance, sophistication, and smooth ride are only some of the words that describe the 2014 Audi Q7. This luxury three-row crossover seven passenger SUV made in Germany offers three trims; the 3.0T premium, TDI Premium, and the 3.0T S line prestige. The price on this luxury vehicle can range from $47,700 depending on the choice of car and option packages to $80,000.

10 Reasons You to Buy a 2014 Audi Q7

1) Exterior
The 2014 Audi Q7 has a modern edge with a sleek silhouette. The front grill is large and impressive. Careful design and high quality materials make the Q7 a luxurious vehicle with the comfort of reliability.

2) Interior
The interior is designed with impeccable taste with dark brown walnut wood trim. Leather in the Audi Q7 is soft and supple offering the inside interior a touch of elegance. Interior colors come in rich colors of black, cardamom, espresso, and limestone.

3) Seating
The power front seats are easily adjustable for a comfortable ride and a cockpit like feel for your next adventure.

4) Sound
The 2014 Audi Q7 has an impressive sound system for those drives when you need to get away and surround yourself in music. The Q7 comes with a premium sound system with 11 speakers, CD player, and MP3 playback capability. The Premium Plus and Prestige comes with a MMI Navigation plus voice control system. The Prestige has a Bose Surround Sound System with 14 speakers and AudioPilot noise-compensation.

5) Safety
Safety features of the 2014 Audi Q7 are impressive with “xenon plus headlamps and LED running lamps. Drivers will respond quickly to the LED taillights. Safety features also include dual front, side and side curtain airbags, anti-lock brakes, and stability and traction control. Some advance safety options that might be considered is lane departure warning system and a blind-spot warning system.

6) Performance
A 3.0-liter supercharged V6 powers the 3.0T Premium and Premium plus that allows for 280 horsepower to rev up your drive to work. For more power and excitement, the 3.0T line Prestige will really make the day with a more powerful engine that produces 333 horsepower. The Q7 TDI offers a 3.0 Liter turbodiesel V6 which has 225 horsepower for an alternative “clean diesel” driving. All engines come with eight-speed transmission with manual shift control and all-wheel drive.

7) Torque
Of course, the amount of horsepower does not matter without the imposing torque. The Audi Q7 has an impressive 295lb-ft and for even more powerful engine you can get the engine with 325 lb-ft of torque. The turbodiesel engine has 406 lb-ft of torque for more acceleration for those long overdue drives.

8) Handling
Consumers like the way the 2014 Audi Q7 handled off road and on the highway. It drives like a normal car for a large size automobile and with its German made engines offers a powerful punch when passing cars. The TDI turbodiesel gives an extra kick to the drives around town. In the back woods, the Q7 can handle itself on the toughest terrain.

9) Steering
Torque vectoring is a feature of the 2014 Audi Q7 that makes steering responsive to your every move. The Audi Q7 along with torque vectoring works with Electronic Stability Control (ESC), and Anti-lock Braking Systems makes the car more reflexive down those curvy highways. Adaptive Air suspension as an option will make the ride even smoother over the rougher surfaces.

10) Options
Some impressive options for the Audi Q7 that you might consider in more temperate climates are heated rear seats and heated steering wheel. A warm weather package offers a four zone climate control for the car. Other options include a rear-seat entertainment system and rear side air bags for more precious packages. Fourteen custom-made speakers from the prestigious company of Bang and Olfusen is another must have option for optimal sound. For an even better driving experience, the panoramic sunroof with tint gives your drive a more pleasurable experience.

3 Reasons You May Not Want to Buy a 2014 Audi Q7

1) Fuel Economy
If you are looking for fuel economy, than 2014 Audi Q7 should be passed up for other better vehicles in its class. The Audi Q7 has an estimated 16-19 mpg in the city and 22 to 28 mpg on the highway depending on the model you choose.

2) Small Cargo Space
Looking for a luxury SUV with plenty of cargo space, then this is not your car. Compared to other vehicles in its class the 2014 Audi Q7 has only 72 in cubic feet when the back two seats are folded flat making it a little difficult to put everything you need for a long road trip in the back.

3) Uncomfortable third Seat
The third seat in the back has a considerable lack of room making it just perfect for small children and packages, but rather uncomfortable for adults.

These are minor flaws compared to the number of reasons to buy this luxurious car. Reviews are in for the 2014 Audi Q7 with complements like “Amazing Vehicle” and “Best Vehicle Ever”. You will love the way the Audi Q7 drives with its smooth handling and extravagant feel. If you are looking for a luxury SUV with all the sophistication of German made engineering that drives like a car, then the 2014 Audi Q7 may be what you are looking for in an SUV.
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