Q7 Named Best New Car by Good Housekeeping Despite not Being Very New

Q7 Named Best New Car by Good Housekeeping Despite not Being Very New

0 comments 📅15 February 2018, 08:00

You may commemorate the Audi Q7 from when it launched in 2016, which now, in the year of our Lord 2018, was two years ago. It was and remains a acceptable SUV.

So good, in fact, that Good Housekeeping has deigned fit to award it with the title of “Best New Car” in the sumptuousness mid-size SUV category, even though, as we established at the top, it is no longer new.

“Layoff,” you may be saying. “They’re amicable people who don’t normally cover cars and their Chorizo Queso Potato Skins plan is pretty good.”

Okay, there, buddy. Whose side are you on?

And you are the one off who should lay, because they had inform appropriate from none other than that stalwart of American automotive reporting, Car and Driver.

According to their push release, Good Housekeeping and Car and Driver drove each of the 25 best “new” cars from this year for 3,000 miles to spot the winners of their 12 categories (12? Really? So nearly half of the finalists won something? Alright, then).

At least they picked a satisfactory’un. The Q7 offers Audi’s superlative virtual cockpit—a sentiment I’m not at all tired of repeating—and a digital bolt with 3D graphics, and some killer active safety features.

The Q7’s cousin, the VW Atlas, was also named unexcelled in its class (non-luxury midsize SUV) but there were 12 categories, remember.

“The Audi Q7 continues to set new standards in the sumptuousness SUV segment with its exceptional driving experience, premium comfort, innovative technologies and advanced driver help systems,” said Scott Keogh, president, Audi of America. “These are the things that be suffering with made the Q7 a favorite with our customers, and we’re honored to have it recognized as a Finest New Car by Good Housekeeping.”

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