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Old 10-28-2008, 07:40 PM
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Default About the audi q7 3.6 or 4.2

Does anyone know about the audi q7 3.6 premium and 4.2 which is better for snow? Are they good cars will they do well in snow? Just tell me if you like it and what you know about it.
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Old 10-28-2008, 07:40 PM
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All SUV's are good in snow, especially the Audi Q7 with Quattro AWD.

Audi's Quattro is the best AWD system.
Audi made AWD famous.

The 3.6 and 4.2 are engine sizes.

The 3.6 is better on gas, while the 4.2 can tow more weight and go faster.

Either one is good on snow and the 3.6L engine can also tow lots of weight, but not as much as the 4.2L engine.

It is Audi's first SUV. It is a luxury SUV built on the same platform as the VW Toureg and Porsche Cayenne SUV's.

The back of the car lowers when you want to put something heavy in the trunk. It lowers so you don't have to lift things high to place them in the back. It is the only SUV to do that.

It has lots of luxurious features and the best interior quality and design in its class.
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