Audi Q7 S-Line

You can drive this car in Europe (permission required) International licence accepted Airport drop off available

The Audi Q7 S-Line is perfect for large families and people visiting from overseas with luggage requirements. Built more for the road than off-road the Audi Q7 is perfect for motorway driving and can accommodate up to 7 passengers.

The interior of the Audi Q7 S-Line is what you'd expect for a top of the range model - leather seats, air-conditioning, satellite navigation/GPS, and the usual electronically controlled windows, seats etc. Certain models also with a Bose sound system and panoramic roof options....

If you are a large family or group in need of a 5+ seating arrangement, and/or ample boot space, the Audi Q7 S-Line Plus will meet your requirements. Aesthetically more stylish than it's competitor, the Land Rover Discovery 4 HSE, and a popular choice for people after something a little more sporty to tour the UK, whilst still sticking to a rather respectable 30mpg in the 3.0 litre diesel option.

The Audi Q7 S-Line Plus is available to hire from £195+VAT per day and readily available from the London area, to service the main airports of Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. A nationwide delivery service is also available to accommodate the rest of the UK.

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Car Details

Body: 4x4 Max Power: 335 bhp @ 4000 rpm
Gearbox: Automatic Max Torque: 560 lb-ft @ 2500 rpm
Engine: 4.2 litre V8 Drive: 4WD
0-62 mph: 6.4 seconds Gears: 8
0-100 mph: TBC Doors: 4
Top Speed: 150 mph Seats: 7

Rental Details

Day Hire: £195 (100 free miles)
Mid Week Hire: £390 (200 free miles)
Long Wkend Hire: £585 (300 free miles)
Week Hire: £1,225 (700 free miles)
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