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Audi A7 2015 Review

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Agile handling is what the headline must be when it comes to a 2015 Audi A7. With fuel efficient diesel engine option along with a sufficient cargo space and a ravishing design of cabin, it is highly unlikely that you won’t fall in love with the luxury car as soon as you take a look at it.

The standard supercharged V6 engine is sufficiently powerful as per most of the test drivers. The turbodiesel V6 is installed in the mid-level TDI trim. Not only does it have an absolutely incredible fuel economy to offer, the acceleration and smoothness of the ride is highly appreciable to say the least. The eight speed automatic transmission is absolutely seamless leading to a comfortable experience while driving. If you are looking for phenomenal accelerations and even higher power, opting for S7 and RS7 that comes with a twin turbocharged V8 engine is going to be a commendable option for you. The base Audi A7 2015 offers 18/28 mpg city/highway which could certainly be improved a little to say the least, however, with A7 TDI, you’d be able to get 24/38 that is absolutely up to the expectations. A7 has to be considered an athletic car since it has a nimble handling with a standard all-wheel drive experience. Although a fraction of drivers have expected a sharper steering, the brakes and overall smoothness of ride is appreciated by all of them.

The interior of the 2015 Audi A7 is not only beautifully constructed but makes use of high quality materials leading to an even better appearance. With a great cargo capacity and a huge hatchback opening, storage is never going to be an issue with A7. While the rear seat headroom may not be what some of us have expected, the driving seat has plenty of room leading to a comfortable driving experience. Standard features may include and are not confined to the following:

  • Leather upholstery
  • Heated front seats
  • Power liftgate
  • Quad zone automatic climate control
  • Satellite radio
  • Sunroof
  • Push button start
  • Ipod connectivity
  • Bluetooth
  • Rearview camera
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • 10 speaker audio system
  • Blind spot monitoring

With Audi’s MMI navigation system that comes standard with Audi Connect, you can have a wireless hotspot which will update the navigation routes premised on the data which is primarily provided by Google Maps. A few of the available options that you may or may not choose include the following:

  • Ventilated front seats
  • Heated rear seats
  • Bose or Bang and Olufsen audio systems
  • Night vision
  • Surround view parking cameras
  • Forward collision warning that comes built in with automatic brakes
  • Head up display
  • Adaptive cruise control that does also come with lane keep assist