The A7's styling is coupe-like and sporty, but with the cargo flexibility of a hatchback, similar to models like the Acura ZDX and BMW X6. Engine choices include four V6 engines: two gasoline and two turbodiesel. The base A7 will be configured with front-wheel drive and a standard CVT transmission. A dual-clutch transmission with Quattro AWD will also be available. Inside is a new heads-up display that projects information onto the windshield. Audi has added some optional functionality to the MMI radio interface with touch pad controls as well.
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3.0T Premium Sedan quattro
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Awesome! by First car was a 260Z and last was a 2009 FX35 on 01/14/2013. Trim: 2013 Audi A7 3.0T Premium Sedan quattro, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Absolutely awesome! Handling is terrific. Cabin is super quiet. Mandatory that you set the speed alert because it goes from 60 to 90 mph in a heartbeat. Quiet, awesome power! Manual shifting is a hoot. It howls! Spoiler deploys automatically at 85mph. I bought all of the bells and whistles including night vision, heads up display, Wi-Fi, auto cruise control and navigation. Tech interface is a little challenging and not intuitive but with frequent use manageable. And yes it handles superbly in wet conditions at high speeds. Spoiler can be manually deployed at any speed.
Cons: Bake dust! MMI interface takes a little getting used to. But with frequent use it's awesome.
Overall review: Excellent! Pricey but worth it! It is quieter and smoother than a comparably priced Mercedes. 60/40 fold down rear seats allows you to carry odd size packages and three sets of golf clubs.
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