2013 Audi Q7 Tdi Prestige Quattro Tiptronic 3.0l Black S-line on 2040-cars
Idabel, Oklahoma, United States
No dents, dings, or mechanical problems.
Computer matched tinted driver and passenger windows.
Four-zone automatic climate control
Four-spoke multifunction steering wheel
Power tilt and telescopic adjustable steering column
Power windows with one-touch up/down operation and pinch protection
Decorative interior inlays
Panoramic sunroof with deep tint
Dual front sun visors with lighted vanity mirrors
Sunshades for rear side windows and rear cargo area
Auto-dimming interior rear view mirror with digital compass
Aluminum door sill inlays
Leather seating surfaces
Twelve-way power front seats, including four-way power lumbar adjustment
Sliding 40/20/40 split folding rear seatbacks with pass-through and adjustable recline
Heated front seats
Driver seat memory
Ventilated front seats
Infotainment | Technology
Audi MMI® Navigation plus with voice control system
Audi connect® with six-month trial subscription4
BOSE® Surround Sound with 14 speakers and AudioPilot® noise-compensation
Color driver information system
HD Radio™ Technology
Cruise control with coast, resume and accelerate features
Audi music interface with iPod® integration
BLUETOOTH® wireless technology preparation for mobile phone
BLUETOOTH® streaming audio
Garage door opener (HomeLink®)
Audi advanced key–keyless start, stop and entry
Parking system plus with rear view camera (front and rear sensors)
Audi side assist
Rain/light sensor for automatic windshield wipers and headlights
Adaptive xenon plus headlights with LED daytime running lights
Body color lower body paint finish with chrome accents
Panoramic sunroof with deep tint
Audi MMI® Navigation plus with voice control system3
BOSE® Surround Sound System with 14 speakers and AudioPilot® noise-compensation
Technical Specifications Engineering | Performance
Engine type Six-cylinder
Displacement (cc)/Bore and stroke (mm) 2,967/83.0 x 91.4
Horsepower (@ rpm) 240 @ 3,500-4,000
Torque (lb-ft @ rpm) 406 @ 1,750-2,250
Engine block Cast iron
Cylinder head Aluminum alloy
Valvetrain 24-Valve DOHC
Acceleration (0-60 mph) 7.7 sec.
Top track speed 130 mph7
Towing capacity (lb) 5,500 / 6,600 with Towing Package
S line® package
Brushed Aluminum inlay
S line badge
Headlight washing system
S line® front and rear bumpers
Body-colored doorsill blades
Three-spoke multifunction sport steering wheel with shift paddles
S line® plus package
21" 5-segment-spoke design (Titanium finish) wheels with 295/35 performance tires
Gloss Black Audi Singleframe® grille
Matte black aluminum roof rails and trim around exterior windows
Audi Q7 for Sale
- 2012 audi q7 3.0l tdi prestige package, s-line, warranty
- $55,725 msrp premium plus cold weather navi pano bose 19's warranty(US $37,900.00)
- Q7*premium plus*nav*pano*20"s*3rd row*heated seats*bose*carfax cert*we finance(US $38,890.00)
- Prestige navigation technology package adaptive cruise control 4-corner camera(US $62,928.00)
- 12k one 1 owner low miles 2013 audi q7 s line prestige nav pano roof leather awd
- 2013 audi 3.0t premium plus(US $52,991.00)
Auto Services in Oklahoma
Tulsa Truck Works ★★★★★
Tire One ★★★★★
Southside Transmission ★★★★★
Rick Huber Automotive ★★★★★
Auto blogTue, 21 Jan 2014
Last month, Audi announced that it would focus its Super Bowl XLVIII airtime on its new 2015 A3, but a new teaser video promises "something unexpected." Even though there's not so much as a single car in this 20-second teaser, we don't doubt that Audi has created an interesting and creative commercial based on what we've seen in recent Super Bowl ads from the automaker.
While we don't exactly see what could be scary or unexpected about the A3 (or even the S3), there is still the chance that Audi has something up its advertising sleeve for the Big Game. We only have to wait a couple more weeks to find out for sure, but in the meantime, the short video is posted below.
Audi and BMW have long been enemies on both the road and the track, with their respective M and S/RS lines duking it out to the delight of auto enthusiasts everywhere. In this video from Evo, two of the rivalry's newest combatants take to the track - the Audi S3 and the BMW M135i.
The new Audi S3, which is finally coming to America, throws down with a 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder. 290 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque are deployed to a Quattro all-wheel-drive system via a six-speed, S-Tronic dual-clutch transmission, allowing the five-door Audi to scamper to 60 in under five seconds.
The BMW, which Americans will know as a long-roof version of the new M235i Coupe, comes to the track with 320 ponies and 331 lb-ft of torque. That's a good bit more than the Audi, but the M135i has only two wheels to send its power to, an eight-speed single-clutch automatic (a six-speed manual is available) and a slightly higher curb weight.
When you bring your car to a dealer, you expect a technician to take it out for a spin, just to make sure there aren't any noises, rattles or other behavior that you may have missed. Maybe they run a few miles along a predetermined test route or take a quick run down the highway. You do not, however, expect a tech to abscond with you vehicle for a full weekend
That is just what happened to Chris Jackson, though, an Audi S4 owner in Calgary. His car was taken to Glenmore Audi - as mandated in his lease agreement - due to an issue with the navigation system. After realizing he'd left something in the car, he swung by the dealer on Saturday to pick it up, only to discover the car wasn't on the dealer's lot.
Naturally, he approached the dealer about the missing sedan.