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$43,617
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$46,900
Quick Take
The 2010 Audi Q7 tames the SUV bad-boy image with subtler looks, diesel fuel economy, and good on-road performance. Read more »
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TheCarConnection.com's editors have driven the Audi Q7 to write this Bottom Line road test from hands-on experience. The companion Full Review brings you a conclusive look at other opinions from around the Web. Editors at TheCarConnection.com compare the Q7 with rival sport-utility vehicles as well, to help you make the best purchase decision.

Likes:

  • Elegant, advanced SUV styling
  • Detailed, finely trimmed interior
  • Handling and ride balance
  • Three-row seating
  • Diesel fuel economy

Dislikes:

  • Gas-engine fuel economy
  • One hefty ute
  • Ballooning price of top models

The first sport-utility ever from sports-sedan specialists at Audi, the Q7 returns for the 2010 model year with a refreshed exterior and a touched-up cabin-and a new smaller stablemate in the Audi Q5. Part of a joint product plan with the Volkswagen Touareg and the Porsche Cayenne, the five- or seven-seat Audi A7 is offered with a choice of V-6, V-8, and diesel V-8 engines and comes standard with all-wheel drive. Priced from $47,725 for the V-6, the Q7 diesel costs $51,725 and the V-8, $61,825. The competition includes the Porsche Cayenne, BMW X5, Mercedes-Benz GL-Class, and Lincoln MKT.

A subtle, elegant approach defines the Q7. It's not a brutish off-roader in the Land Rover vein, nor a monster truck like the bling-encrusted Cadillac Escalade. The Q7's fastback shape is classy and stylish, with only a high ground clearance to give away the off-road appeal. Audi's huge nose-to-ground grille dominates the front end, while sharp cutlines define the curvy body and athletic profile. The clean look-it's actually a complex sculpture-integrates new LED taillamps, new headlamps and front and rear bumpers, and two-tone or body-color skirts, depending on the model chosen. The Q7's richly appointed interior wears leather, suede, and wood well. It's tightly integrated and attractively styled, with a generally uncluttered appearance save for some of the minor switches.

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