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Cost & verdict

Price (on the road)

Β£51,425-Β£89,905

Target Price (cash)

Β£47,281-Β£82,690

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What Car?'s option recommendations

  • Adaptive air suspension
  • Virtual Cockpit

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AUDI Q7 4x4 3.0 TDI Quattro S Line 5dr Tip Auto

Our favoured engine with more glitzy looks, the Q7 3.0 TDI S Line trim gains some useful extra equipment. The ride suffers thanks to those larger alloy wheels, though.

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Β£553.25-Β£850.29/month

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Trim level

SQ7 Vorsprung
This range-topping trim is available on the 3.0 TDI 272 and the SQ7. Standard equipment varies slightly depending on which engine you choose, but includes monstrous 22in alloy wheels and an extended leather interior package that makes the Q7&#39;s interior feel even more luxurious. It&#39;s hugely pricey, though.
Vorsprung
This range-topping trim is available on the 3.0 TDI 272 and the SQ7. Standard equipment varies slightly depending on which engine you choose, but includes monstrous 22in alloy wheels and an extended leather interior package that makes the Q7&#39;s interior feel even more luxurious. It&#39;s hugely pricey, though.
Black Edition
Based on S line trim but adds various styling cues, bigger alloys, Virtual Cockpit, a reversing camera and a panoramic roof. You also get sports air suspension as standard, although we have yet to try this.
SQ7
This is currently the most expensive Q7, so you do get additional toys. On top of the thumping V8 engine, you get sports-tuned air suspension, Virtual Cockpit, front sports seats with S line badging, four-zone climate control and LED lighting.
E-tron
The e-tron model includes Virtual Cockpit, LED headlights and tail-lights, e-tron-specific styling and, obviously, the plug-in hybrid drivetrain. It costs a lot more than the regular 3.0 TDI 272, though, so is only worth considering if you&#39;re a company car driver.
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S Line
Our favourite trim brings more aggressive styling over SE, including chunkier bumpers and side skirts. Equipment upgrades include 20in alloy wheels, privacy glass, rear climate control, LED headlights and sports seats.
SE
The cheapest trim gives you plenty of standard kit; features include sat-nav, Bluetooth, dual-zone climate control and xenon headlights. The only downside is that SE isn&#39;t available with our preferred 3.0 TDI 272 engine.
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Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

156.9-48.7 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

150-48 g/km

VED Tax band

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Boot capacity

How much space is there?

1955 litres

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