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I LOVED driving the 2021 Audi Q7, as a BabyDrive!

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These are my top three favourite family features:

  1. There are some really thoughtful BabyDrive family-friendly features in the Q7 like the individual child lock buttons on the driver's door control panel that allow you to lock the back doors individually, we find this helpful when you either don't have kids on both sides in the back or you have kids of different ages in the back and your teenagers don't need the child lock on. There are also air vents in the second-row pillars which are great for keeping little rear passengers cool, the front headrests are adjustable which is great for being able to wear a ponytail while driving so you don't have to re-do it every time you get in and out of the car and there are double visors in the front so you can shield the side of your face from the sun as well as your eyes.
  2. You can raise and lower the boot using buttons on the side of the boot which enable you to more easily lift prams or shopping into the boot and is easier for dogs to jump up and down into the boot too.
  3. The Audi Q7 has both ISOFix and top tether anchorages in all five rear seats and I could fit five child seats in the back of the car which is a great family-feature feature because it gives you the flexibility to choose where you want to position child seats for smaller families too.

You can see the full 2021 Audi Q7 review here.

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Tace Clifford
About Tace Clifford
Tace Clifford founded BabyDrive in 2017 after discovering a huge information gap in mainstream car reviews that left new parents and expanding families in the dark when it came to one of the biggest purchasing decisions of their lives.

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