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    Audi Q7
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    Audi Q7 Pricing and Specs

    2021 price from
    $101,900*

    The Audi Q7 is available from $101,900 to $122,377 for the 2021 SUV across a range of models.

    The biggest Audi SUV, the Q7, will seat seven people in German luxury, commanding hectares of lane space with its wide, bulging body style. Its 2017 update left the Q7 a diesel-only proposition, with a 3.0-litre engine available with two different power outputs, both of which feed all four wheels via an automatic transmission. It’s built for the city, though - which is where almost every buyer will undoubtedly keep it - which is why its trim levels, ranging from the Q7 45 TDI Quattro (hybrid) to the Q7 55 Tfsi S Line Quattro Mhev, focus on luxury and refinement over any serious off-road prowess, with a tech-filled cabin and a good on-road manners the regular stand-out features here. Prices range from $101,900 to $122,377.

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    Year Price From Price To
    2022 $101,900 $122,377
    2021 $101,900 $122,377
    2020 $73,200 $122,540
    2019 $70,600 $119,130
    2018 $65,400 $111,650
    2017 $55,900 $81,510
    2016 $49,200 $70,070
    2015 $40,100 $90,200
    2014 $32,900 $79,310
    2013 $27,200 $51,920
    2012 $23,100 $106,590
    2011 $21,500 $96,910
    2010 $18,600 $54,010
    2009 $16,300 $47,190
    2008 $10,000 $28,050
    2007 $8,800 $25,630
    2006 $8,300 $21,340

    Audi Q7 FAQs

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    • Toyota Kluger for value

      On seven-seaters, the Territory runs last, the Kluger is fine and reasonable value and the Audi is definitely the car to reward yourself, but the Q7 could get very expensive if anything goes wrong.

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    • Second-hand luxury SUV?

      The X5 would be my pick because it's a classy car that was the class benchmark until the current Mercedes-Benz ML arrived. But make sure you do your homework, as any complicated prestige car can get expensive if something big goes wrong.

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    • Audi Q7 a lemon

      We don't have lemon laws like they do in the United States, which is unfortunate, because you seem to have copped a lemon for sure, and under the US laws your car would almost certainly be replaced. You are right in demanding it be fixed, and also right in telling Audi not to return the car until it is fixed, but I would have gone further and demanded they either replace an apparently faulty car or give you your money back. I would suggest three things you could do to achieve a resolution to your problem; first contact Audi head office in Sydney and demand to speak to the Managing Director, second contact the consumer affairs people and enlist their help, and third consult a lawyer with a view to sending Audi a letter demanding action.

      Under the Australian Consumer Law introduced in January 2011, a consumer can request a refund or a replacement for persistent problems if the car doesn’t do the job it’s supposed to do.

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