|Pricing||$43,500 - $59,220|
|Engines||3.0l V6 T D, 3.6l V6, 4.2l V8|
|Fuel Economy||13-14 (city), 18-20 (highway)|
For a company synonymous with all-wheel-drive, Audi was relatively late to the game with its first true SUV. Loosely related to the Volkswagen Touareg and Porsche Cayenne, the Q7 is a substantially different vehicle offering three rows of seating which alone is unique for Audi. While most competitive vehicles feature boxy truck-like styling, the Audi's long, low roofline resembles a tall wagon. The reasonably priced ($44,000) entry-level 3.6L V6 powered Q7 includes a leather interior and dual-zone climate control. The option list is list is long, and upscale Q7 models especially those with the 4.2L V8 easily top $60,000. A 50-state compliant diesel will become available for the Q7 this year.
A 50-state compliant diesel engine will become available in early 2009. The 4.2L V8 becomes ULEV rated.
|Q7 Standard||3.6l V6 (280-bhp)||A6||AWD||$43,500|
|Q7 Premium||3.6l V6 (280-bhp)||A6||AWD||$46,900|
|Q7 Premium||3.0l V6 T D (225-bhp)||A6||AWD||$50,900|
|Q7 Premium Plus||3.6l V6 (280-bhp)||A6||AWD||$50,150|
|Q7 Premium Plus||3.0l V6 T D (225-bhp)||A6||AWD||$54,150|
|Q7 Prestige||3.6l V6 (280-bhp)||A6||AWD||$52,800|
|Q7 Prestige||3.0l V6 T D (225-bhp)||A6||AWD||$56,800|
|Q7 Prestige||4.2l V8 (350-bhp)||A6||AWD||$59,220|