Despite standard all-wheel drive, with a performance-oriented 40:60 front to rear bias, the
Audi Q7 will never be confused with one of Audi's sedan-based station wagons. A...
... high center of gravity and the aforementioned two-and-a-half-ton curb weight prove vexing, even with all-independent suspension, communicative steering and an appropriately rigid body structure. With all that, the ability to carry both you and an extended family will typically necessitate some compromise, and while not as nimble as an Audi
sedan the Q7 offers so much more in tactile feedback than comparably priced American SUVs, and certainly more refinement than the off-the-rack
minivan. As noted earlier, the adaptive air suspension is most definitely a win, both on-road and off.