2015 Audi Q7
75,601 Miles
$25,955

Birmingham, AL
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2014 Audi Q7
46,526 Miles
$34,000

Boulder, CO
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2015 Audi Q7
43,802 Miles
$36,331

Waterloo, IA
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2014 Audi Q7
32,387 Miles
$35,991

Hurst, TX
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2014 Audi Q7
55,159 Miles
$33,200

Little Rock, AR
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2015 Audi Q7
15,013 Miles
$41,244

Plano, TX
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2017 Audi Q7
5,232 Miles
$54,991

Naperville, IL
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2017 Audi Q7
15,427 Miles
$53,546

Naperville, IL
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2017 Audi Q7
9,610 Miles
$53,545

Naperville, IL
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2014 Audi Q7
58,106 Miles
$28,999

Saint Peters, MO
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2015 Audi Q7
62,125 Miles
$29,988

Alvin, TX
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2014 Audi Q7
65,825 Miles
$31,889

Oklahoma City, OK
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2015 Audi Q7
42,658 Miles
$34,000

Upper Saddle River, NJ
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2015 Audi Q7
44,711 Miles
$31,832

Paramus, NJ
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2012 Audi Q7
46,702 Miles
$25,429

Laguna Niguel, CA
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2015 Audi Q7
76,153 Miles
$29,741

Auburn, MA
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2017 Audi Q7
13,164 Miles
$54,492

Paramus, NJ
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2013 Audi Q7
106,267 Miles
$24,995

Beaverton, OR
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2013 Audi Q7
65,436 Miles
$26,663

Hammond, LA
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2017 Audi Q7
19,791 Miles
$52,995

West Palm Beach, FL
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Audi Q7 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
6 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.3
Style
4.8
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.5

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2015 Audi Q7 - Audi Q7 - The Best

BlsckSword
Peoria, Arizona
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
Another year has come and gone, yet the aging 2015 Audi Q7 continues to stay the course. The Q7 is a seven-passenger luxury SUV that features an upscale driving feel and a plush interior, but it hasn't changed that much since it was introduced in 2007. With newer rivals offering clear advantages in various respects, the 2015 Q7 is difficult to recommend. The Q7 is a vast, hulking beast, Hagrid on wheels relative to most normal cars and about as attractive too. To be fair, there are still some things to like about the 2015 Audi Q7. The interior really is quite nice, with high-quality surfaces and excellent build quality. A big part of what earned the Audi Q7 an Edmunds "B" rating involves its comfortable and quiet interior. As far as engines go, the optional TDI diesel-powered V6 delive... (more)
Story
Driving with the whole family is really fun because its a 7 seater car which is best for my family
Pros
Reasons for 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 comforta... (more)
Cons
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 tr... (more)

2013 Audi Q7 - Great three-row SUV.

Gabriel
Canton, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The Q7 TDI provides the size of vehicle my family requires with efficiency that makes regularly visiting family an hour away not too expensive. The interior is comfortable and fairly quiet at 70+ mph. The ride is comfortable yet still sporty. The infotainment system, MMI, and provides easy use for radio and vehicle systems. Bluetooth allows for seamless connection with a cell phone. The voice recognition system is somewhat unreliable, requiring multiple attempts to enter an address. All in all, the Q7 TDI is a three-row SUV is efficient and fun to drive while also looking great.
Story
The Q7 handles great on windy roads and can make you forget how big it actually is.
Pros
The engine is powerful and efficient. It is able to accelerate to highway speeds quickly. The interior is comfortable; the leather seats are heated and fully adjustable. The climate control maintains a constant temperature inside the vehicle, while also allowing for two zones. The infotainment system, MMI, is easy to use and, once setup, allows for a seamless Bluetooth connection with a cell phone. The MMI screen can be shut off while driving. This eliminates a distraction, especially at night. The radio and cell phone can be operated using the steering wheel controls and the screen ... (more)
Cons
The TDI emissions scandal required the vehicle to go to a dealership for a repair which has increased engine noise while cold and reduced fuel efficiency by one mpg. The repair has also increased the amount of DEF (diesel exhaust fluid) used by the vehicle to meet emissions standards. The ride is not harsh but is on the stiffer side. The third row is small, definitely for children only. Tires are expensive and do not last as long as smaller cars, due to its size. The voice control for the navigation and infotainment system are not easy to use and require multiple attempts to enter an a... (more)

2005 Audi Q7 - Great to drive, too many corners cut

BV
Columbus, Ohio
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
I love driving our Q7, but have had multiple fluid and air line leaks during the two years that we have owned it. The door seals are particularly bad, and even with regular maintenance and repair, we occasionally have water in the front passenger's seat.
Story
One reason for purchasing this vehicle is to transport my Great Danes. We take them to various locations as therapy dogs, and even at stop lights along the way people really seem to delight in seeing them in the cargo area.
Pros
It's fun to drive, has plenty of power and many luxury features. It's a good size to haul hardware store purchases, landscaping items, etc. It also has 4-wheel drive capabilities, which is great during snowstorms. The appearance of the vehicle is impressive, despite having over 100,000 miles and getting significant use.
Cons
Audi cut corners in places that buyers won't immediately notice. Problems with lines and seals don't really emerge until the vehicle is a couple years old. The original owner may have not had these issues at all.

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