What's the used Audi Q7 like?
The Audi Q7 was the company's first attempt at a full-size 4x4 – and the resulting vehicle is pretty good. It combines a desirable badge on the front with seven seats and solid build quality, and can tackle a muddy field and ferry the family around without breaking a sweat.
The Q7 is better-suited to on-road driving, but the air suspension system can raise and lower the ride height as required for any off-road antics. At lower speeds the ride can be unsettled, but this disappears on faster roads.
It's also surprisingly agile for such a large vehicle, with decent grip through corners and good body control. The Q7 is refined and although wind- and road noise can be heard, it doesn't distract.
The interior is spacious and the first two rows of seats have plenty of head- and legroom, but the third row is best reserved for children. Boot space is acceptable, but it can be enlarged by folding down the rearmost seats into the boot floor when they're not needed.