Jul 24, 2016
I've been out in Germany earlier this year having a drive in this, it was compared to the Mercedes GLE 500e. On the day, both cars were fantastic - the Q7 felt better built, but the Mercedes was incredibly smooth/felt powerful. Not a huge fan of the interior trim on the new Merc's, but that's a personal opinion I suppose.
All in all though, a terrific car to drive. Something that became very apparent was how difficult it was to prevent the petrol engine kicking in on the Merc, whereas the Q7 seemed pretty happy running on electric most of the time, only kicking in the derv lump under heavyish acceleration.
We can't actually sell them through our branch, but I have no doubt it will be a huge success for anyone wanting low emissions in a big, comfy, capable package!
The only downside is, that unlike the regular Q7/SQ7 - this car only has 5 seats Family buyers beware!
We parked next to one of these prior to crossing the Millau viaduct recently, impressive piece of kit, dwarfed our B9 Avant though !!!
my favorite q7. Practical, spacious and very easy to use. Very good cross-country ability compared even with the same BMW X5-X6 cars. There is a lot of space in the cabin, very spacious. Good noise and sound insulation, the audio system that is already built into the car sounds great, compared to other cars, it is very great and you can enjoy listening to your favorite music with pleasure. There are no extraneous noise and wheezing. The trunk is spacious and very roomy. The permeability is good due to the quattro all-wheel drive, it crawls perfectly over bolts and inaccessible places.
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