Audi Q7 is the top-of-the-line SUV of the German automaker. The luxury SUV is the rider of many rich and popular including numerous Bollywood celebrities. While a brand-new Audi Q7 can be cumbersome on the pocket. A new one can cost close to Rs 1 crore and that too for the base model. However, one can always choose a used Audi Q7 in the market and there are quite a few of them We have found three less-used ones that are priced less than a brand-new Hyundai Creta.
2009 Audi Q7 3.0 TDI
Asking price: Rs 12.5 lakhs
This is a 2009 model of Audi Q7, which is very well-kept. From the pictures, it seems like that the car has no scratches and the exterior paint job is an excellent form with a mirror finish. This Audi Q7 has completed a total of 79,000 km in total according to the odometer. The car is for sale in Mumbai, Maharashtra and it even gets a VIP, single-digital registration number, which again costs a lot of money.
The seller also mentions that the car has a panoramic sunroof and all the four tyres installed on the vehicle are brand-new, which again costs a lot. The asking price of only Rs 12.5 lakhs makes it quite affordable and cheaper than a new Hyundai Creta. You can contact Convoy Cars, Mumbai for more details.
2009 Audi Q7 Premium Plus
Asking price: 11.9 lakhs
Here is another 2009 manufactured and registered Audi Q7 luxury SUV from Chandigarh. This vehicle has done a total of 89,000 km and even this vehicle gets a special “9999” registration number. This is powered by the 3.0-litre diesel engine option and the car gets a Quattro four-wheel-drive system, which is quite helpful when going for off-road sections and going through unknown adventures. The exterior paint job of this Audi looks great too and there are no visible scratches or dents on the vehicle. For more information, you can contact the seller directly by clicking here.
2009 Audi Q7 Premium Plus
Asking price: Rs 9.9 lakhs
Here is yet another 2009 Audi Q7 Premium Plus which is located in Delhi. The vehicle is still with the first owner and even this model is the Quattro version with a permanent all-wheel-drive system. This white coloured Audi Q7 looks like in great condition from the pictures. However, one should always check the vehicle physically before settling for it. This Audi Q7 SUV is registered in Delhi, which means that it has completed 10 years and it would not be allowed on the Delhi-NCR roads anymore. However, buyers can get it registered in any other state or union territory and use it there for the life duration of the vehicle. For more information, you can contact the seller directly here.