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    Hello, anyone here uses the audi q7 for driving clients around town or use it for distance road trips

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    I guess not...

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    Alternative to what? It won't compare to a Navigator or Escalade.
    Tim Wiegman, Jr.
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    Looking to pickup a q7 vs the 2015 s550 3rd vehicle added to our tiny fleet, end of 2015

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    The issue is to remember REPAIRS - PARTS - who can work on it; sometimes a more "mainstream" vehicle is much better to get because of those issues. Our share ride fleet uses all Toyota Siennna minivans - so all use same headlights, brakes, same oil filters, etc. You get one of this and one of that; remember you have no backup vehicle if it needs to be in the shop; but you have 2 or 3 Navigators, you have a "spare" -

    Some things to think about when I start thinking of "oooo, that exotic, rare vehicle sure would be cooool".
    Renee E. Dorsey
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whglimo View Post
    The issue is to remember REPAIRS - PARTS - who can work on it; sometimes a more "mainstream" vehicle is much better to get because of those issues. Our share ride fleet uses all Toyota Siennna minivans - so all use same headlights, brakes, same oil filters, etc. You get one of this and one of that; remember you have no backup vehicle if it needs to be in the shop; but you have 2 or 3 Navigators, you have a "spare" -

    Some things to think about when I start thinking of "oooo, that exotic, rare vehicle sure would be cooool".
    What Renee said...

    +1

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