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2014 Audi Q7: A roomy, elegant crossover

The 2014 Audi Q7 is a luxury SUV packed with extensive safety features, like a lane-departure warning system and a blind spot warning system, and huge cabin space. It doesn't provide much off-road ability, but it should satisfy most — if not all — consumers looking for a luxury ride.

By Bengt HalvorsonGuest blogger / July 22, 2013

Audi's logo is displayed on a car. The 2014 Audi Q7, a high-end SUV, skips the 'faux-rugged nonsense' and gives its passengers a top-notch ride, Halvorson says.

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With seating for up to seven and the roomiest, most versatile layout of any Audi, the 2014 Q7 is the pick of the German automaker's lineup for large families. Provided you don't need to much off-road ability, it's a nice, road-focused utility vehicle for the family, with a luxurious interior, lots of useful interior technologies, and impressive performance--including reasonably good towing capability.

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