2010 Audi Q7 consumer reviews

$46,900–$61,000 MSRP range
side view of 2010 Q7 Audi
77% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.2
  • Value for the money 4.3
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.3
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Audi q7 diesel

Great car, little bit rough on the ride but that just makes it all the better in handling. Brilliant interior, lots of room. Magnificent power for a diesel, you would never know it is a diesel. Thoroughly recommend this car to anyone thinking about it. Better value than the Volkswagen or porsche. All made on the same chassis and in the same factory.


Best SUV I've Owned

The Audi Q7 is loaded with creature comfort features. The cockpit is very well laid out and allows easy access to everything. The navigation / entertainment is very intuitive. The ride is sporty and firm, but also very comfortable.


Great Car

We were looking for a vehicle with the third row and test drove the BMW X5 and a Merc Benz as well as the Q7. The X5 didn't rate well for safety in the third row, considering my kids would be back there... that was not ok. The MB was very nice but the Q7 just felt more agile. Since we bought it a few months ago we have been very happy and feel we made the right decision.


Green and spacious

We wanted something more understated than the Mercedes GL that has room for four Golf-bags sideways, plenty of room for four and the ability to accommodate six adults to go out for dinner and the Q7 Does it al and more in style and comfort, and green. Well done Audi


2010 Q7 TDI

Great MPG for the size and looks awesome at night. On average 23 on the highway and 19 city.Tdi engine is not loud but has some lag when accelerating for a stop. Their has been some small problems in the 6 month from date of purchase. Both headlight ballast had to be replace and the battery keep draining dead and they have not found the problem yet so I keep the charger on it at night. Taking it in again so they can work it. All vehicles have problems and I can live with it.


The Best One!!!! I have ever HAD!!!

It is a good vehicle. I love it a LOT!!! Its very comfortable,very stylish,with many funtions. It is an exellent one for long journeys,and roaming out with families. The price is also very good compared to its facilities like safety,ect. I am also very interested it cars,keeping it shining all the time. AND REALLY I LOVE IT!!!!



best car for ur money, better looking than GL class an for ur money and family. I Drive the vehicle before reviewing.


2010 TDI premium plus s line

So far so good. 2000 miles, been to the snow and back. About 25mpg highway and light mixed. Still can't get the driver seat adjustments quite right, but basically comfortable. Car feels much bigger than it actually is, which is big. Rear view camera hurts more than it helps, I'm sticking with good old head turning and side mirror check. Also, side assist option was a waste of money. It does go off when a car is in your blind spot 98% of the time. But also goes off when the vehicle is clear and safe to change lanes. Basically, it's too nervous. Interior comfort is amazing. Haven't got anyone to sit in the 3rd row yet, but can't be that comfortable. Interior space is a little disappointing given how big it feels, but oh well. The lighting on the car is amazing, both inside and out. Best thing about the car is the 406lbs of torque off the line and at speeds under 90. The paddle shifters and manual mode don't really let you have much control, and auto takes over all the time. But then again, why would you want to be paddle shifting this thing around when redline is a tick above 4500. Given, I haven't bought a new car since my 2001 A4, I haven't played with many modern cruise controls, but this one is awesome. You can set it by an indication of the speed you want on the dash display. Hold it up and down and it skips in units of five, and click it, and it goes 1mph at a time. Very intuiative and a blessing on a drive up the 395 to mammoth. So basically, I would recommend it to someone who is looking for a crossover type vehicle. We've owned 3 discovery's and that is what was traded for the Q. Definitely not a truck like the rover, but it does give you the impression of being higher up on the road and does hold at least 5 people and their weekend luggage comfortably. Drives great and has great gas mileage. I view it as our new station wagon, that has a couple tricks.