New Audi Q7 Quotes


There are three diesel engine specifications across the range and the pick of the bunch lies with the entry level 3.0-litre TDI S line, despite its size it is a sporty drive, although it can handle countryside, it’s best suited to tarmac driving.

The TDI S line has a 0-60mph 8.4 second run and a top speed of 134mph, although the BMW X5 has a 0-60mph of 7.8 seconds it still only boasts the same top speed of the Q7.

Slower still is the lighter Land Rover discovery model which will run 0-60mph in 12.3 seconds and has the slowest top speed of 112mph.

Fastest in the Q7 range is the 6.0-litre V12 which will hurtle 0-60mph in 5.5 seconds, but will only be available on special order.

Running Costs

Due to its size, the Q7 will not be the cheapest car to run but the V6 diesels will make the running costs realistic.


The standard kit generous with 19-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats and dual-zone climate control with a 6.5-inch colour touchscreen with DAB radio and Bluetooth interfacing. SE models will include a start-stop system with energy recuperation, but on 3.0L TDI engines only. S line models boost up to 20" alloy wheels, sport seats and Xenon headlamps with LED daytime running lights. S line Plus impresses further with 21" alloys, Verano leather upholstery and an HDD-based Satellite Navigation system. Its exteriors include privacy glass and metallic or pearl effect paint options, for full specs on the whole Q7 range.