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The Q7 is an SUV in Audi’s lineup. Starting at just over $46,000, this luxury SUV can be a pricey choice. Bear in mind when purchasing a new car, that it’s not only the sticker price that you’ll actually be paying for. Look into the cost of owning the car, and bear in mind that luxury cars are generally more expensive to insure. If you would like to learn how to save on your Audi Q7 insurance premium, then continue reading.
The Q7, being a full-size SUV has sporty good looks, and interior styling. However, it is lacking on interior space when compared to its competitors. Nevertheless, its fit and finish, and the luxury options should impress.
It is available in 3 trim levels: The premium, premium plus, and prestige trims.
The base premium trim equips the Q7 with rear parking sensors, roof rails, automatic climate control, heated front seats, and leather seating. In addition to this, it sports an impressive 11-speaker stereo with 6-CD changer.
The Premium plus trim level further equips the Q7 with: LED running lights, xenon headlights, premium stereo, and rearview camera among other features. The Prestige, on the other hand adds: keyless entry and ignition and a blind spot warning system among other features. These can all be outfitted further with several available packages.
Even though it has a high MSRP, there are certain ways that you could lower your insurance premium. A lot of factors go into calculating an insurance premium like age, location, and driving history.
If your driving record is clean, this usually denotes you as a conscientious driver. If this is the case, you will likely say a decrease in your rates. However, if you’re under 25, for example, and live in an area that sees high levels of traffic congestion, you might see your rates rise. Age is a pretty big factor, and drivers under 25 are seen as more inexperienced and higher risk. Being in a location with a lot of traffic also puts you at a higher risk for an accident. So in this case, you will see an increase in rates.
However, there is a sure way to lower your rates. Shop around, not every insurer will have the same discounts and incentives available. By getting separate quotes from different insurers, you will ensure you’ll get the best rates.
The 2011 Q7 hasn’t been tested by the federal government yet, though the 2010 model got 5/5 stars on front, rear and side crash tests. However, it fell shy of 5 stars, getting 4/5 stars for rollover crash tests. The IIHS has also given the 2010 Q7 a score of “good” in front, rear and side impact tests. These are important as they can help lower your insurance premium.
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