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Old 04-02-2018, 02:30 AM
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Audi Q7 vs X5

Has anyone driven the Q7? Currently have the E70 and need a 7 seater. Drove the F15 and didn’t like the hydraulic steering feel. Did anyone compare to the Q7? Overall agility and steering?
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Old 04-08-2018, 09:34 AM
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I had a TDi Touareg and simply loved it. It was not a Q7 or a Cayenne and that’s What I liked the most about it. Ours was a 2012 and was bought back by VW. With all the payouts, I got 42500 for it with 110K miles on it. While I was in the market for a replacement I found a 2016 fixed TDi T-Reg with 2000 miles on it discounted 12K to 51K. I almost pulled the trigger but just couldn’t get behind VW again. I also didn’t like the infotainment in the Q7 vs the BMW.
I ended up buying a new X5 35d. It should be here at the end of the month.

John
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