The 2017 Audi Q7 with 2.0T 4-cylinder engine is faster, lighter and more efficient than the previous generation 2015 Q7 with the 3.0T V6, according to Audi. With 252 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque, standard seating for up to seven passengers and quattro® all-wheel drive, the Q7 with 2.0T engine reaches 60 mph a half-second faster than the previous generation 2015 Q7 3.0T V6 model. And the 2.0T Q7 is nearly 500 pounds lighter and thus 22 percent more fuel efficient, with an EPA-estimated 22 mpg city/highway combined. That's all nice and everything but you're going to pay through the nose for the "privilege" of owning one. The Premium 2.0-liter Q7 model stickers for $49,000, while the Premium Plus model will cost you $53,000. It costs a lot to be hip these days, especially if it's a crossover with four rings on it.
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