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The 2015 Audi Q7 isn’t necessarily the most off-road-worthy crossover on the market, but it is one of the most comfortable, most luxurious, and most family-friend vehicles you’ll find that can handle cold weather, too. There’s a lot to be desired here, from it’s spacious, premium cabin, to its considerable performance, to its reasonably good towing ability.
You’ll find that the cabin is more than warm and inviting; it lives up to first impressions and is extremely comfortable, with supportive front seats that are well-suited to longer-legged drivers. There’s plenty of thigh support and just the right of lateral support to hold you in place on backroads and freeway ramps. In the second row, adults will also be happy, and a large panoramic sunroof helps brighten it, keeping the rear quarters from feeling at all claustrophobic. It’s different in the third row, where smaller seats, as well as a bit less legroom and headroom (and tougher entry and exit) conspire to make this a kids-only zone. Cargo versatility is great, though, with the second and third rows folding easily down to open up 88 cubic feet of cargo space easily accessed via a power tailgate. Our only disappointments here are that the cargo floor is relatively high, and total cargo space isn’t quite on par with expectations if you’ve cross-shopped some other vehicles that are as big as the Q7 on the outside.
Vanity, as it concerned our long-term Audi Q7, had a very specific price: $70,025. Less than three-quarters of that sum would have bought the basic vehicle itself. The rest, well, the rest is because we had to look good. Damn good, as it turned out.
Included in the final tally was $12,000 for the top-spec Prestige trim, a requirement to order our ultimate aspiration: the $2000 S-line package. That pack brought aggressive fender arches, a gaping front fascia, and the ability to order 21-inch wheels as gorgeous as they were ridiculously huge. (The wheels cost another $800, and they mandated hyper-aggressive-for-an-SUV, soft-compound Dunlop SP Maxx rubber. We put 19,488 miles on the tires before they predictably wore out: $1850 for four, please.) We also ordered the $2600 air suspension, $300 all-weather floor mats and cargo liner, and the $550 towing package.
2015 Audi Q7 Price
Pricing for the new 2015 Audi Q7 has been set at $46,758 – $59,933 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 Audi Q7 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2015 Audi Q7 Interior
The full review of the 2015 Audi Q7 is coming soon. In the meantime, you can research prices or view and compare specs for the 2015 Audi Q7. If you’re considering the 2014 Audi Q7, which ranks 16 out of 18 Luxury Midsize SUVs, you can read our review.
The Q7 looks adult and sophisticated on the outside, without being stodgy, and crisp sheetmetal with smooth, taut surfaces combine well with one of the best sets of proportion in this class of vehicle. Whichever side you’re on regarding the grille, the rest of the Q7 is well-proportioned and tastefully sculpted, however. The silhouette is long and low, especially by comparison to some competing luxury crossovers, and the details at the front and rear are modern and high-tech looking. For 2015, the Q7 gets three new exterior colors, as well as new 19-inch wheels with full paint finish and chrome accents. A 20-inch package is newly available for Premium plus models; and on the top S-line model you get special 21-inch wheels, along with a special gloss black grille, matte black window surround, and black roofrails.
2015 Audi Q7 Exterior
Most of us deemed the ride on the big, 21-inch wheels firm but not overly harsh, although some staffers felt the air suspension’s most-aggressive setting, Sport, went too far. Fitting the winter tires and their taller sidewalls (Dunlop SP Winter Sport 3Ds wrapped around 20-inch rims) softened things up a bit. Doing so also greatly reduced tire noise; the humming and thrumming from the summer rubber was a frequently noted annoyance.
Annoying also describes the several minor electrical problems that cropped up. The MMI infotainment setup, which otherwise was intuitive and easy to use, got brain freeze a couple of times and had to be rebooted. The stereo refused to make noise for a few hours right after the Q7 arrived, which also was around the time the driver’s-seat ventilation went on the fritz due to a pinched wire. Near the end of the Audi’s stay, the ambient door lights decided to dim and brighten on their own and the auto up/down function for the driver’s window went AWOL. Excepting the ventilated seat, every one of the above issues mysteriously corrected itself as quickly as it appeared.
The 2015 Audi Q7 is a stoutly constructed utility vehicle with a reputation for safety and an extensive list of security extras and useful driver aids. The rather long list of advanced safety options include a lane-departure warning system, and a blind-spot warning system. We’ve found that the thick roof pillars can limit the view when parking, but overall visibility is quite good. This year Audi has added its ‘xenon plus’ headlamps to all Q7 models, as well as LED running lamps, and it says that the combination improved visibility.
2015 Audi Q7 Engine
The V-8 engine that the Q7 used to have is long gone, but the engines replacing it are no letdown for performance. And on the flip side they’re far more fuel-efficient. There are essentially three different power levels (and three trims): 3.0T models get a 280-horsepower, 3.0-liter supercharged V-6; then TDI models get a 3.0-liter turbo-diesel V-6; and at the top of the performance ladder is the S-Line, with its higher-output, 333-hp version of the 3.0-liter supercharged V-6. Of those, the TDI is our pick, as it returns a solid 19/28 mpg city/highway and is just as quick as the base engine (0-60 in 7.7 seconds). It’s fun to drive, and just like the entire Q7 lineup, includes Audi’s quattro all-wheel drive. Tow ratings up to 6,600 pounds are available with the right equipment, making it easy to tow the boat or jet skis to the lake.
We also were impressed with our observed fuel economy: 21 mpg over more than 41,000 miles. That’s smack in the middle of the EPA’s estimates for the Q7 TDI, and 5 mpg better than we achieved in a test of the V-8–powered gas Q7. Take the efficiency and combine it with a huge, 26.4-gallon fuel tank, and you get an average (and bladder-’sploding) range of more than 550 miles; a few of us even recorded 600-plus-mile stints between fill-ups.