Used 2018 AudiQ7

  • VIN: WA1VAAF79JD029434
  • Stock: 20DF051A
On The Lot
at ANDREWS CADILLAC COMPANY
Location Details
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Odometer
41,885 miles
Fuel Economy
19.0/25.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Gray
Interior Color
Other
Drivetrain
AWD
Audi Q7

Detailed Specifications

  • Max seating capacity: 7
  • Fuel tank capacity: 22
  • Horsepower: 333

Dealer Notes

This vehicle won't be on the lot long!

A premium SUV seating as many as 7 occupants with ease! Audi prioritized handling and performance with features such as: a leather steering wheel, a power liftgate, and remote keyless entry.

Our sales reps are knowledgeable and professional. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. Come on in and take a test drive!

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.4Out of 5
  • Research the maintenance needs

    By rjnvegas on Wednesday, April 04, 2018

    3.0
    Overall I have been pleased with my Q7, but I would suggest that any potential buyer invests in time-consuming due diligence to truly understand what is necessary for the maintenance of a performance vehicle. I experienced loud brake squeaking around 15,000 miles and was told that I would most likely need to replace in the span of a few months. At 20,000 miles I have been advised that my tires and brakes need to be replaced. This is very common amongst Audi and the Q7. It is a critical missing piece to truly understand the cost of ownership and I think it is important for the consumer to know. Other than that, the Q7 fits my needs offering a usable third row without the large size. It is somewhat generic interior is unimpressive. The technology within is fun, and like most new things, can be glitchy at times. Overall it is reliable.
  • Surprisingly dull, not quick, big SUV

    By Paul on Saturday, May 19, 2018

    4.0
    After driving my Son in laws Audi A5 with the 2.0 turbo I was impressed by the performance so I thought Id give the Q7 a try with this engine. I found the driving experience more similar to my Chevrolet Tahoe than to my Acura RDX. The car is big (wheelbase within 1 of Tahoe) and does not feel sporty. It is quiet and smooth, and the interior appointments are first class. The German MMI system is complicated and causes the driver to take attention away from the road. With the 2.0 turbo, power is adequate but not inspiring. With the size of this vehicle, it lumbers around corners. And then there is the low rpm 4 cyl groan sound that I hate. The comfort drive setting causes the low rpm shift points that make you feel like the car is lugging. Dynamic improves that somewhat. I should have bought the BMW X5 or tried the Audi Q5. 3rd row seat is extremely difficult to enter/exit. Best thing about it is that it stows well and you can forget it is there.
  • Q7 Good, Not Perfect

    By AJ on Monday, August 03, 2020

    4.0
    My Q7 has been a mixed bag so far. The supercharged 3 liter V6 is a great motor, actually returns 27mpg on the interstate, and has good giddyup. -But, the car has had several problems-- a faulty driver's seat, a mysterious dashboard popping noise, and front bushings that wore out at 23,000 miles, a big repair job. Not a very encouraging sign for long-term reliability. -Also, my real issue is that the seats are just not that comfortable for a German luxury car; my back and butt start to hurt within 30 minutes behind the wheel. Will be trading soon.
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