New Audi Q7 Is Quicker and More Nimble; Top Choice Among Midsize SUVs, Says NY Time Review

Audi's Q7 debuted back in 2006, and over the years swelled in size to become one of the heaviest SUVs in its class. But the Q7 went on a diet for 2017, and now weighs in 440 pounds lighter, making it considerably quick on the road and more nimble around twists and turns, says Tom Voelk, auto critic for The New York Times, in a new review.

Audi is known for its well-appointed cabins, and the Q7 uses high quality materials that are tops in its class. The virtual cockpit (an electronic gauge cluster that can be configured to your needs) and retractable LCD screen are razor sharp. The Q7's engine is a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 engine with 333 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque when using premium fuel. Voelk notes that ride quality "is that elusive blend of comfortable and firm."

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