2010 Audi Q7 Values

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2010 model year changes

The Q7 7-seat SUV got a major refresh for 2010. The exterior kept its same basic shape, but got new bumpers, new headlamps and taillights (LED rear lights are standard now), new glossy black grille and new lower body panels. The same gasoline and diesel engines are offered, but they now all meet California ULEV emissions standards. The interior has a new decorative inlay on the dashboard, ambient lighting and the third generation of Audi's Multimedia Interface (MMI) system. Its navigation maps are in 3D, and it uses a joystick control as an interface. If you're not so into joysticks, MMI understands spoken natural language to help you find restaurants or gas stations.

Competitive comparison

Improved Multimedia Interface; engine choices include a TDI clean diesel; updated design inside and out

Special features for 2010

The Q7 packs a lot of safety and luxury features into a large SUV. It's longer than almost any other luxury SUV (only the Mercedes-Benz GL beats it by a half inch), with lots of room for seven passengers in comfy leather seats. The NHTSA bestowed a 5-star crash-test rating on the Q7, and the IIHS granted it a "Top Safety Pick" nod. Opting for the TDI clean diesel engine adds extra value in the form of fuel economy, with 17 mph in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.
The 2010 Audi Q7 is a mid-size luxury SUV that seats seven passengers thanks to an available 3rd row of seating. Available engine options include a 3.0L turbo diesel which generates 406 lb-ft of torque, a 280 hp 3.6L V6, and a 4.2L V8 which produces 350 hp. The available TDI engine helps move the hefty SUV efficiently, earning well over 20 mpg on the highway.