Large crossover Audi Q7 2013, prices and equipment

The premiere of a large premium crossover Audi Q7 took place at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt in autumn 2005. And four years later the car was subjected to a slight restyling. In  dealers showrooms updated Q7 entered the summer of 2009. With elegant shapes and large dimensions, the Audi Q7 does not only stand out from the car flow, but differs markedly from its main competitors.

Packaging and prices Audi Q7.

Equipment Price Engine Transmission Drive
3.0 TFSI Tiptronic quattro (272 hp) USD 77000 3.0 petrol (272 hp) Machine (8) full
3.0 TDI Tiptronic quattro USD 80000 3.0 diesel engine (245 hp) Machine (8) full
3.0 TFSI Tiptronic quattro (333 hp) USD 88000 3.0 petrol (333 hp) Machine (8) full
4.2 TDI Tiptronic quattro USD 114000 4.2 diesel engine (340 hp) Machine (6) full

A huge area with three rows of seats also impresses with its luxury. Throughout the design betrays a hint that this element of Audi Q7 – not rough roads, and convenient highway. The excellent quality of materials and workmanship are designed to provide maximum comfort for travel to any distance. After restyling changes have occurred in the range of powertrain crossover. To date, the buyers Audi Q 7 is offered with four engine options. The base is a 3.0-liter V6, available to return in 272 and 333 hp, and it consists of three alternative diesel engine with 3.0 liter (245 hp), 4.2 liter (340 liters. c.) and 6.0 liter V12 with a return of 500 “horses”.
All engines are aggregated paired with an automatic transmission. However, for three-liter gasoline engines and diesel eight-mission, and the last two diesel engine equipped with a dedicated six-mission. The equipment of the crossover include ABS, ESP, six airbags, Xenon optics, climate control, standard audio system, parking sensors, full power heated seats, help system during the descent, and more. It is equipped with standard navigation system, key-card class audio HI-FI, and among the available options appear prestart heater, heated steering control system “dead zones”, adaptive cruise control, adaptive headlights and electric front seats with memory.


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