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By The Seat Of My Pants: 2012 Audi Q7 SUV S line

German Engineering, its what every car should have. Quality craftsmanship and top of the line products are just some of the things featured in a Audi automobile. Combine a 3.0 litre turbo charged motor, 7 passenger seating, up to a 6,600 pound towing capacity, and the S line styling package, this is a family vehicle that will make even the most scrupulous person happy. With the Best Total Cost Of Ownership In It’s Class per KBB, Audi has hit a home run with this Luxury SUV. Keep reading to see my thoughts on it.

EXTERIOR:

The Audi Q7 S line has a very curvaceous look to it. From the rounded nose of the car all the way back to the rear bumper the body lines just flow through the whole vehicle. On the front, the large chrome accented Audi grill and aggressive stance make for a very attractive looking car. There is very minimal badging on this vehicle so as to not take away from the looks of the vehicle.

The exterior is full of LED lighting. The rear break lights, turn signals on the front and  rear, turn signals in the mirror, and the driving lights are all LED. This not only adds to the stylish look of the Q7, but also makes it more electronically efficient. There are heated washer nozzles to make sure that you can keep your windows clean, even in the winter.

The rear tailgate of the Q7 is a powered tailgate with programmable opening height. This enables you to set the height so you don’t have to worry about it opening too far if your are of a shorter stature.

 

The wheels of the Q7 S line are 20 inch 5 spoke Rims. These are wrapped in 275/45/20 all season tires. This is standard on the S line package.

The roof of the Q7 S line is lined with a panoramic sun roof. The sunroof is dark tinted and has a retractable sun shield. The front pane of glass on the sun roof operates as a vent and also retracts. The rear pane operates as a vent. The sunroof is activated by a rotary knob that has multiple axis movement for multiple options of both openings.(see above pic)

 

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I am the owner of Cerebral-overload.com and the Verizon Wireless Reviewer for Techburgh.com. Ben’s love of gadgets came from his lack of a Nintendo Game Boy when he was a child . Ben vowed from that day on to get his hands on as many tech products as possible. Ben’s approach to a review is to make it informative for the technofile while still making it understandable to everyone. Ben is a new voice in the tech industry and is looking to make a mark wherever he goes. When not reviewing products, Ben is also a 911 Telecommunicator just outside of Pittsburgh PA.

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