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Used Q7 vs New Palisade?

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Poll: Used Q7 vs New Palisade?

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2 years old Q7 with 40k km
 
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Brand new palisade
 
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Used Q7 vs New Palisade?

Dead serious:
2 years old Q7, 40000km fully loaded
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Brand new hyundai palisade, fully loaded

Cost is same
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Q7 with CPO warranty (ie, 4 years and 80k of warranty left), then Q7.

If not, Palisade.
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Xtrema wrote: Q7 with CPO warranty (ie, 4 years and 80k of warranty left), then Q7.

If not, Palisade.
Oh yeah I forgot to mention, getting extended warranty for either one. Minimum 4 years 80k if not more.
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ESJExplorer wrote: Oh yeah I forgot to mention, getting extended warranty for either one. Minimum 4 years 80k if not more.
Well you get 5 year of trouble free ownership with a new Palisade. You will only get 4 with Q7 (and the final 2 years will have deductibles).

So end of the day, how much of a luxury product with better torque means to you.

Maintenance will also be more with Audi if you go back to dealership for services. And since it's used, there will be more parts need to be replaced during your years of ownership.
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Xtrema wrote: Well you get 5 year of trouble free ownership with a new Palisade. You will only get 4 with Q7 (and the final 2 years will have deductibles).

So end of the day, how much of a luxury product with better torque means to you.

Maintenance will also be more with Audi if you go back to dealership for services. And since it's used, there will be more parts need to be replaced during your years of ownership.
Thats good point.
I was even considering 8000km palisade too, still new same trim but $15k cheaper i LOLed haha
Luxury matters, HP? Not so much as this is family vehicle.
Palisade's ton of technology stuffs are very tempting though.
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ESJExplorer wrote: Thats good point.
I was even considering 8000km palisade too, still new same trim but $15k cheaper i LOLed haha
Luxury matters, HP? Not so much as this is family vehicle.
Palisade's ton of technology stuffs are very tempting though.
Torque matters when you are hauling. I think Q7 has 100ft/lb more than Palisade and comes in a lot earlier due to supercharger.

But FI also has less longevity, given Hyundai/Kia has not had good records lately either with their engine fires, I'll call it a draw.
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You have like three threads about basically the same thing--all could have been combined into one thread TBH. You seem to be leasing an X6 M50i right now, and it doesn't expire until next year? May as well just lease another vehicle no? Buying used is better financially in most cases but unless you're sick of leasing/paying perpetually, it might be an easier route for you esp. if you're used to high end/luxury vehicles and turning them over that frequently.
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ES_Revenge wrote: You have like three threads about basically the same thing--all could have been combined into one thread TBH. You seem to be leasing an X6 M50i right now, and it doesn't expire until next year? May as well just lease another vehicle no? Buying used is better financially in most cases but unless you're sick of leasing/paying perpetually, it might be an easier route for you esp. if you're used to high end/luxury vehicles and turning them over that frequently.
Actually that x6 is done now.... I guess there might misleading, but it is done. Good stuff
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I've never owned a new car. Always bought used. I cannot justify the deprecation hit on new cars
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denti72 wrote: I've never owned a new car. Always bought used. I cannot justify the deprecation hit on new cars
I am learning that hard way lol
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ES_Revenge wrote: You have like three threads about basically the same thing--all could have been combined into one thread TBH.
Amen..
It’s actually 4
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ESJExplorer wrote: Actually that x6 is done now.... I guess there might misleading, but it is done. Good stuff
What do you mean by "done"? Did you drive it into a lake...Lakesus style? LOL :lol:
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ES_Revenge wrote: What do you mean by "done"? Did you drive it into a lake...Lakesus style? LOL :lol:
I found a gentleman whos willing to take the lease and pay me some downpay back. Way better than negative equity from dealer. Two thumbs up!
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ESJExplorer wrote: Dead serious:
2 years old Q7, 40000km fully loaded
Vs
Brand new hyundai palisade, fully loaded

Cost is same
Did you drive them? I made sure to drive a Palisade before buying my Q7. They feel night and day different, both in quality and driving dynamics.

I do still like the Palisade overall. It had better lane keep assist and cargo space, but everything else was much much better on the Q7. My wife likes how the Q7 doesn't feel huge. Most of these midsize crossovers feel pretty porky to drive.

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