The Audi Q7 packs a lot of power with a sleek new exterior, the all-new Audi Q7 is unmatched by the DNA of cars in India. It’s known as the most powerful diesel engine in its class, with the feeling of power of a sports utility vehicle.
With a sleek designed interior and exterior, a powerful V8 4.2 litre TDI engine turning out 760 Nm at 1800 to 2500 rpm; there is no question that it is the most powerful diesel engine on the road, the fuel efficiency ranks high for the power the driver can feel based on the engine. The Audi Q7 reaches 10 km a litre of fuel, turning from 0 to 100 km/hr in 5.8 seconds flat.
Deciding to purchase the Audi Q7 is a distinctive car no matter what type of terrain of choice the driver wants to drive the newly owned Audi Q7 on: off road or on the freeway, it’s an ideal leisure or sports car. The Audi Q7 is an all-wheel drive (AWD), independent suspension equipped with four gas-filled shock absorbers. It’s the ultimate car to reflect its value and DNA of a one-of-a-kind sophisticated SUV, making it an ideal for the harsh roads of India.
Tested and proven on the worse road conditions from the national capital region to the hinterland in Haryana, it is guaranteed to endure all-types of terrains. The Audi Q7 isn’t short of sophistication and design in the interior, its interior is designed with 1,000 watt techno Bang and Olufsen a music system with 40 MB hard disk drive, DVD player and radio tuner; user-friendly with seamless control, the passenger seats is suitable for comfort with a chauffeur design kept in mind. All the passengers will sit in luxury with command of controls within the Audi Q7.
The Volvo XC90 makes the claim of being the freshened model, with a sleek design on the interior and exterior; updated grille for recognition to its sleek new design and reshaped taillight, it’s nothing short of a luxury designed SUV. Even the engine and its platform are completely redesigned to make its comparison a harder sell.
The all new Volvo XC90 is a worth of its value, powered by a four-cylinder engine, carrying a 2.0 litre using a supercharged and turbocharged tank. Its output is 316 horsepower and a 295 lb torque engine, its available for market in four different trim lines: momentum, inscription, R-design and T8 plug-in hybrid and now ranked as a socially responsible SUV for its competitors to compete with without exchanging its power of a V8 and 400 horsepower engine, acclaimed to run on electric for 25-miles.
This perfect SUV is ideal for any driver or any sized family. It carries pure luxury on the interior; folding third row for comfort or carrying utilities or equipment. Without hesitation, the Volvo XC90 is luxurious and safe, holding a top priority for any owner. There is an optional 360-degree surround camera to make backing out of tight parking spaces, or for viewing blind spots. The Volvo XC90 is ideal for the long commute or individuals who work long hours, comes equipped with a driver alert to protect the driver from swerving into the wrong lane.
On the interior, it is undoubtable user-friendly for ease of control, coming with a 12.3-inch touchscreen and an attractive interface convenient to see even while the driver is on the road. Furthermore, the technology is seamlessly integrated into the Android auto and Apple car play.
Possessing the Volvo XC90 is guaranteed to ride smoothly since it has an underlying muted thrum, shifting smoothly without worrying about the lack of efficiency while driving it. The EPA rated it at 25 miles per gallon on the highway. And last, the air suspension of a 21-inch tire rides smoothly without noticing the bumps, even with the standard 18-inch tire absorbs the shocks.
What SUV will your rank as more superior?
When ranking the Volvo XC90 to the Audi Q7 think of technology, design, drive and safety.
Audi Q7: 103.900 plus
Volvo XC90: 89.950
Audi Q7: A sleek design, tailored exterior around the grille and the angel lights. The Audi Q7 has a small console to increase the use of space for the gearshifts, but the driver must be conscious of parking the vehicle to ensure it’s in park and prevent a runaway Audi Q7.
Volvo XC90: The luxury exterior is recognizable without hesitation, the T-shaped LED lights, inspired by Thor’s hammer; it highlights the luxurious look without compromising the sleekness. The Volvo XC90 is all about the interior, paying careful attention to it by incorporating an iPad-style touchscreen; works just like the IPhone, touching and pitching the screen for ease and convenience.
Audi Q7: It’s all about the engine, with a 3.0-litre (200kQ/600Nm) is runs effortlessly, however the fuel rating may be a rating that you cannot believe with the quote at 10L/100Km, its closer to 5.9L/100Km.
Volvo XC90: Undoubtedly its focus is the 2.0-litre turbo diesel (165kW/470Nm) and with an engine that carries so much power, its fuel efficiency is even more of a highlight. The Volvo XC90 seamlessly transitions with eight different speeds to stay true to its efficiency and power.
Audi Q7: With options it’s ranked as a five-star safety vehicle, such as radar cruise control with automatic lane alerts and airbags extending to the third row.
Volvo XC90: The Volvo revolves around safety. It’s ranked as a five-star safety vehicle as well but carries additional charges to maintain its rank for the new owner. The package called driver support package guarantees a five-star safety vehicle, which comes with a 360-degree camera, head-up display, radar cruise control alert and a read collision warning. A safety feature that it lacks as an option is the seat-mounted airbags to protect the ribs of the second row.
Audi Q7: Excellent on any terrain, effortless drive with prestige and precise steering. The Audi Q7 is more nimble than any other Audi, because of its lower and wide stance; it runs tightly around corners with a more secure feeling.
Volvo XC90: A smooth drive but suggested for improvements. Recommendation: avoid the optional air suspension on the Volvo for an increase of smoothness.