2015 Audi Q7 Luxury SUV: Power, Style & Serenity

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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sponsored Content Brought To You By NY Auto GiantThe maître ‘d is calling for a party of seven. Who shows up? The newly redesigned Audi Q7.This luxury crossover SUV elevates performance and style with room for seven like nothing else in its class.The Audi name has become synonymous with upscale vehicles, and the 2015 Q7 doesn’t disappoint. With three rows of seating, an elegant interior, and a powerful engine, the Q7 offers something beyond a mode to get from here to there: a delicious experience that makes you revel in the ride.Car and Driver reports: “Few can match the Q7 in terms of style. As chic as it is spacious, it still turns heads years after its introduction.”Consider the LED daytime running lights. They were added as a safety feature to make drivers more visible to oncoming vehicles—but with a twist: They’re beautiful designs are a standout from a pure aesthetic perspective. Functional? Sure. Gorgeous? You bet!But this car doesn’t get by on looks alone. The world-class engine packs a powerful punch, with the choice between a super-charged V-6 that comes in either 280-hp or 333-hp versions. The turbo-diesel option comes in 240 hp and unleashes 406 lb-ft of torque that delivers 28 mpg on the highway.Standard features include an 11-speaker stereo system, rear parking sensors, leather upholstery, heated front seats, Bluetooth and dual-zone automatic climate control.Click here to learn more about NY Auto GiantKelley Blue Book says, “In the crowded world of luxury SUVs, the 2014 Audi Q7 is truly one of a kind. Handsome, poised and polished, the Q7 not only delivers in the areas of pampering passengers and impressing the neighbors, its powerhouse engine lineup and taut handling make it joy to drive.”Power. Precision. And pretty to look at. Party of seven—here we come.Test drive your 2015 Audi Q7 today! Give Justin Haynes of Audi Lynbrook or Paul Cunha of Atlantic Audi a call or stop buy one of their luxury showrooms today!last_img read more

Letters to the Editor for Tuesday, Jan. 8

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first_imgCan you imagine how the troops on the front lines feel about that? They are risking their lives for a man who has never served in the military. Oh how I wish we had a president who presented himself with the dignity and intelligence that his office requires. Our allies must think we have deserted them. So sad for everyone. I sure hope 2019 is going to be better, but I don’t think so. Marty ShantyCharlton Trump lacks dignity required of his officeAs I listened to our commander-in-chief, I couldn’t help but compare him to the cartoon character Yosemite Sam. All he does is rant and rave at what a great leader he is. He now thinks he could do a better job with our troops than their commanders.  Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionTrash along I-890 a bad first impressionI cannot wonder what people may think of the revitalized Schenectady if they are traveling on the I-890 corridor into the city. The amount of items dumped on the banks on either side is an eyesore to behold. It’s embarrassing. Property owners or landlords should be held responsible for the cleanup. Anyone caught dumping there should be charged and have it followed through upon. First impressions of visitors to our area are usually the lasting ones.Jack HamScotiacenter_img Act on good ideas for saving the planetWise and smart engineer Gary Lessard in his Dec. 22 letter recommends not poisoning our planet (wise) and simply living renewably, cutting fossil foolish waste. Fifteen-year-old Swedish student Greta Thunberg, on strike in front of her parliament, represents wise and smart youth leading the way now to a simple, necessary, sane future because the corporate politicians in charge (adults?) are acting like children.Too bad she doesn’t get a mention in the mainstream media. Her plan to cut our excess consumption and waste by 15 percent a year over the next 10 years is both doable and joyful. If we all care and act each day on that path, “complex life on Earth might not die” (“A Planet Called Home”-Holly Near). Let’s give it a try.Peter LookerGlenvilleMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsGov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?last_img read more