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Audi Q7 Review

5 / 5

Overview Of Car

The Audi Q7 has 1 Diesel Engine and 1 Petrol Engine on offer. The Diesel engine is 2967 cc while the Petrol engine is 1984 cc. It is available with the Automatic transmission. Depending upon the variant and fuel type the Q7 has a mileage of 11.68 to 14.75 kmpl. The Q7 is a 7 seater SUV and has a length of 5052 mm, width of 2212 mm and a wheelbase of 2994 mm.

Transmission:Automatic
Max Power:245bhp@2910-4500rpm
Max Torque:600Nm@1500-3000rpm
Fuel Type:Diesel
Engine:2967
Description:3.0 TDI 245bhp Diesel Engine
0-100 km/h:7.1 Seconds

When Audi rolled out a ‘40 TFSI’ in its mammoth Q7 back in September 2017, everyone thought it would get a large capacity powertrain with a shattering power output. On the contrary, Audi slapped on a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, turbo-petrol motor that made 252bhp and 370Nm of torque (230Nm less than the diesel). Come to think of it, this is what the brand did with its latest A4 too. Although it was introduced with a 1.4-litre petrol motor, it sported a 30TFSI badge! Sure, Audi may have pulled  it off with the A4, the question is, will large SUV buyers warm up to similar tactics where inherent expectations include more grunt from the powertrain? We will soon find out.

As for the looks, there’s nothing new here. And we don’t really mind since the Q7 has great presence anyway. The nose especially, has a well chiselled look with that huge grille and silver accents which complement those sleek Matrix LED headlamps. While the design flair catches your undivided attention, you will also notice that Audi has dumped the use of fog lamps! The strong design sense doesn’t end here. The profile section shows off the SUV’s butch stance with silver window sills and the large five-spoke alloys. The rear is characterised by a pair of attractive tail lamps with modern graphics, a bumper with lots of creases and the twin exhausts that pop out from underneath.


Saftey
90%
Price and Features
90%
Practicality
80%
Fuel Consumption
90%
Driving
95%
Engine & Trans
95%
Design
96%
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