2019 Audi Q7 Owners Manual PDF Download – Crossover shoppers in search of the best, listen up: Shortlist the Audi Q7. Its nearly perfect balance of luxury, refinement, driving enthusiasm, and high-tech features make it a no-brainer for those lucky enough to have the budget for such a vehicle. We were fortunate enough to have a 2017 Q7 3.0T Prestige in our long-term fleet, and we found very little to complain about. Two engines are available—an efficient turbocharged four-cylinder and a zesty supercharged V-6—and both come standard with Audi’s Quattro all-wheel-drive system. Low-speed automated emergency braking is standard, but those seeking more advanced driver-assistance features will find what they’re looking for in the midrange Premium Plus and top-spec Prestige trims.
What’s New for 2019?
A reshuffling of features marks the 2019 model year for the Q7. All models now come with navigation, while mid-range Premium Plus trims now offer Audi’s Virtual Cockpit digital gauge cluster, a 360-degree exterior camera system, LED head- and taillights, and a wireless smartphone charging pad as standard. Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are now part of the Convenience package on all Q7 models. The optional 20-inch wheels now come with all-season run-flat tires and two new 21-inch wheel designs are now available. The 2020 Audi Q7 will bring refreshed styling along with several newly added features.
Audi Q7 Pricing and Which One to Buy
The Q7 is at its best with the supercharged V-6 and the adaptive air suspension, and we’d recommend the Prestige trim with the Adaptive Chassis package. It comes with a hefty asking price, but you get what you pay for, and in this case, you’re getting one of the best mid-size luxury crossovers on sale today as well as our three-time 10Best Trucks and SUVs award winner. Plus, with this top-spec trim, you’re getting plenty of creature features, such as four-zone automatic climate control, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a panoramic sunroof, and leather seats. Not to mention that Quattro all-wheel drive is standard on all Q7 models, so there’s no need to pay extra if you want the security of additional traction.
Engine, Transmission, Performance, and Towing
Properly equipped, the Q7 is one of the quickest and most capable SUVs in its class, yet with no shortage of powertrain refinement. All-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic are standard but buyers can choose from a turbocharged four-cylinder or a supercharged V-6. In our testing, the V-6 proved to be quite fleet, registering a 5.5-second zero-to-60-mph time; the four-cylinder is no slouch, though, and managed a 7.0-second time in the same test. The Q7 with the four-cylinder can tow 4400 pounds; with the V-6, it can tow 7700 pounds.
Despite its bulk, the Q7, when fitted with the optional performance tires on 21-inch wheels, feels low and lithe, like a pumped-up sport wagon. The adjustability of the optional air suspension, paired with the added agility from four-wheel steering, makes the Q7 surprisingly fun to flog down a twisty back road.
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