The Audi Q7 was first launched in 2005 and is a predecessor to the Audi Q5 and Audi Q3. As with the Q3, this too is a large car with comfortable space inside.
It can seat around seven passengers comfortably. The Audi Q7 is in the same league as high end cars such as the Porsche Cayenne and the Volkswagen Touareg. The car is safe to drive, and even comes with an alarm and an immobilizer for added protection. It also comes with safety air bags, and has received five stars in the United States from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
There are advanced safety features and a warning system along with the blind-spot detection system.
Shopping for the right insurance for your Audi Q7 can be an overwhelming experience. Premiums are usually high for such cars. While the average annual insurance is $2,771 in Michigan, it is just $1,439 in Washington.
It is $1577 in Tennessee; it is $1,422 in neighboring North Carolina. Similarly, in states such as Virginia, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Arkansas, the insurance percentage is 3% of the median price. In states such as Connecticut Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, the insurance percentage is 4% of the median price.
In Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Minnesota, New Jersey, Oregon, the insurance percentage is 5% of the median price. In the states of Tennessee, New York, Montana, Missouri, California, Alabama it is 6% of the median price. Massachusetts and New Mexico have an insurance percentage of 8% of the median price.
But there are some techniques through which you can bring down your insurance premiums. For instance, premium rates can be reduced by parking the car in a secure garage with good security features. You can also lower your insurance premium by reducing the annual mileage covered by your car.