2015 Audi Q7 Values

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2015 model year changes

The Audi Q7 enters into 2015 with a few minor changes to the exterior of the vehicle and several new packages and options. Additional chrome exterior bits are now standard across the Q7 lineup, while two new optional appearance packages debut on the Q7 in 2015. The Offroad Style Plus package features 20-inch wheels, black roof rails, skidplates, fender flares and unique bumpers, while the Sport Style Plus package includes 21-inch wheels, unique bumpers and sporty exhaust tips.

Competitive comparison

Excellent multimedia interface; two new, more efficient gasoline engines, available TDI clean diesel engine option; luxurious interior amenities; excellent handling

Special features for 2015

The Q7 packs a lot of safety and luxury features into a large SUV. It's longer than almost any other luxury SUV, 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 "Top Safety Pick" status. Opting for the TDI clean diesel engine adds extra value in the form of fuel economy, with estimates of 19 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway.
Few crossover SUVs can ever hope to compete with the gorgeousness and amenity-rich offerings of the signature Audi Q7 crossover SUV. The brand’s well known adage for creating immaculate interiors that offer amenities you couldn’t ever dream of (like rolling Wi-Fi, on board GPS with computer master system and touchscreen, premium sound, alloy trim and numerous others) are standard in the base model. The third-row offers additional seating for up to three persons, or can be folded inwards to create nearly double the cargo space. With seating of up to seven persons, this crossover is the ideal minivan and wagon alternative for dad or for mom. Popular upgrades to consider include the optional leather seating throughout (the cloth looks amazing, too), dual climate control with rear climate panels and heated front seats. Take things a step further with an automatic power lift-gate (not really necessary), or the upgraded 3.0-liter turbo-diesel V6 (Q7 TDI). The standard 3.0-liter supercharged V6 makes 280 horses with 295 pound-feet of torque, assuredly enough to get you to and from Starbucks during afternoon coffee-time lunch breaks, just in time to punch in without being late back to work.