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Audi Q8 vs. the Competition in Shreveport, LA

The 2022 Audi Q8 offers unparalleled automotive luxury and performance for up to seven passengers. Other three-row SUVs deliver a great experience for you and your passengers, but can't quite live up to the world-class standards set by the Q8's exceptional spaciousness, comfort-enhancing amenities, and high-tech features. Below, you will discover how these competing SUVs compare in detail, and why you should consider stopping by Audi Shreveport to explore the Q8 firsthand.
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Audi Q8 vs. Lexus LX: Interior Design and Features

Everything about the 2022 Audi Q8 is crafted to impress, especially when you climb behind the wheel and experience the interior design for yourself. The Audi's interior style of leather-trimmed seats and wood inlay boasts a more cohesive, higher-quality look than that of the 2022 Lexus LX. The Q8 is also available with an Executive package that adds even more luxury and comfort for rear-seat passengers.

Both SUVs offer an array of technology features to keep things interesting for you and your family. The Q8 and the LX are equipped with smartphone integration, voice command, navigation systems, and large, easy-to-use touchscreens. Both also get color multi-information displays, though the Q8's 12.3-inch virtual cockpit is much larger. At a comparable price, the 2022 Q8 simply offers a better value.

Audi Q8 vs. Lexus LX: Performance

When it comes to getting to your destination on time, the 2022 Audi Q8 offers performance that won't back down. The Q8 can jet from 0-60 mph in just 5.6 seconds with the help of its 3.0-liter twin-turbo engine, leaving the Lexus LX in the dust. Even with its more powerful twin-turbo V6, the LX takes 6.9 seconds to get up to the same speed.

Both models come equipped with all-wheel drive, but the Audi Q8 benefits from the legendary, motorsport-engineered quattro® AWD system, which provides superior traction and control when taking corners. The Lexus LX does offer four-wheel drive, but it won't offer the same capability as the Q8's drivetrain.

Audi Q8 vs. Lexus LX: Safety

Audi and Lexus are known for their safety features, and both the 2022 Q8 and the 2022 LX are offered with a wide variety of standard and optional driver-assist technologies that help you drive with confidence and avoid collisions. The two SUVs have earned top marks from the NHTSA for performance in crash scenarios, but the Audi Q8 does it with a more affordable price tag. Additionally, the Q8 is the only one of the two to have earned the coveted 2022 TOP SAFETY PICK award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

Audi Q8 vs. Lexus LX: Value

When it comes to value, there is a clear winner: the 2022 Audi Q8. It offers similar features to the Lexus LX but does so for nearly $18,000 less out of your pocket. From standard performance features like quattro® all-wheel drive to high-end amenities, the Audi Q8 knocks it out of the park. While the Lexus LX has plenty to bring to the table, prepare to pay a lot more to have a similar experience.

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Audi Q8 vs. Mercedes-Benz GLE: Interior Design and Features

When you ride in the 2022 Audi Q8, you're left with no doubt as to the level of thought, care, and quality that went into crafting it. The Audi Q8 offers more than just a premium interior environment with a modern cockpit interface and a wide selection of colors and decorative inlays; it also delivers standard amenities that you won't get with the 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLE. 

The 2022 Audi Q8 offers standard three-zone automatic climate control, whereas the Mercedes-Benz GLE starts out with a dual-zone climate control system. You also get more room to stretch out in the front with the Q8, which offers 41.6 inches of first-row legroom compared to 40.3 inches in the GLE. 

When there's sunshine in Shreveport, the 2022 Audi Q8 lets you bask in it with a standard panoramic sunroof. This feature, which is not standard on the GLE, floods the cabin with more natural light to lift spirits and call more attention to the fine details.

Audi Q8 vs. Mercedes-Benz GLE: Performance

There are no compromises with the 2022 Audi Q8, and that's why it comes standard with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter TFSI® V6 paired with an eight-speed Tiptronic® automatic. Delivering 335 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque, this duo makes the Audi Q8 a quicker and more robust performer right out of the gate than the Mercedes-Benz GLE and its 255-horsepower turbo four-cylinder.

You also get more track excitement and all-weather stability with the Audi Q8 thanks to legendary quattro® all-wheel drive. Standard for the Q8, the quattro® system offers superior handling and cornering performance that shines on your drive to Bossier City, Longview, Texarkana, or Monroe. It also gives you more confidence when the rain comes to Shreveport, offering exceptional traction and grip. Even better, you can pair quattro® all-wheel drive with available all-wheel steering and the Audi adaptive air suspension for unparalleled smoothness and refinement.

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Audi Q8 vs. BMW X5: Infotainment Features

Both the 2022 Audi Q8 and the 2022 BMW X5 feature high-tech infotainment systems you can control in a variety of ways, including voice commands and steering wheel-mounted buttons. Both SUVs also get standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration.

Overall, it's the Q8's presentation and intuitive layout that takes the cake. Along with a sleek, minimalist look, the touch controls benefit from haptic feedback, which makes infotainment features easier and more satisfying to use. The Q8's digital gauge cluster - dubbed the Audi Virtual Cockpit - is also the best in the business. It's nicer to use and configure than the X5's, and its high-def screen (combined with Google imaging) makes navigation easier than ever.

Audi Q8 vs BMW X5: Powertrains and Performance

Every 2022 Audi Q8 is offered with the same turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 rated at 335 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. That's just as much power as the standard inline six-cylinder in the X5, but more torque, giving the Q8 an edge when it comes to responsiveness. Plus, the Q8 comes standard with quattro® all-wheel drive.

That extra torque also translates to more towing capability - a nice bonus when going camping around Longview or Texarkana. When properly configured, the Q8 can tow 7,700 pounds, which is 500 pounds more than the X5 can handle.

Audi Q8 vs. BMW X5: Comfort and Space

The interior of the 2022 Audi Q8 is spacious and comfortable with standard heated front seats, a panoramic sunroof, and significantly more front and rear legroom than the 2022 BMW X5. The X5 does have an optional extra seating row in the back, but it's not large enough to accommodate anyone but kids and reduces seating space for everyone else.

Both SUVs are lavishly equipped with available features including massaging seats, high-quality leather surfaces, ultra-quiet dual-pane glass, and more. In terms of amenities, the Q8 and X5 are closely matched - but the Q8 wins out in arguably the most important category, which is giving its occupants room to stretch and relax.

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Audi Q8 vs. Genesis GV80: Comfort

When it comes to comfort, the Audi Q8 demonstrates its superiority to the GV80. Power sunshades and a power panoramic sunroof come standard on the Q8, but you'll have to pay extra if you want those on the GV80. The Q8 is a longer, wider SUV than the GV80, which means there's more space for everyone to stretch out in each row. Your passengers will appreciate the Q8's available four-zone climate control system - a feature that isn't offered by the Genesis GV80. To top it all off, the Q8 (unlike the GV80) is available with a comfort adaptive air suspension to smooth out bumps and make each journey more enjoyable.

Audi Q8 vs. Genesis GV80: Power

The Audi Q8 claims a big advantage over the Genesis GV80 in terms of power. The GV80's standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine puts out a respectable 300 horsepower and 311 lb-ft of torque. But the Q8 and is much more capable, delivering a mighty 335 horsepower and 369 lb-ft with its 3.0-liter TFSI® V6. You can also tow up to 7,700 pounds with the Q8 - far more than the GV80's maximum of 6,000 pounds.

Audi Q8 vs. Genesis GV80: Convenience

You'll enjoy a greater degree of convenience when you drive the Audi Q8. Available remote-activated approach lights and LED fog lights ensure better visibility, and they aren't offered with the GV80. The Q8's unique virtual cockpit plus system helps you stay in touch and in control behind the wheel. You'll also experience crisper, better-sounding audio on the go with the Q8's available 23-speaker Bang & Olufsen® premium sound system. You won't find comparable offerings on the Genesis SUV.

The Audi Q8 is our winner, and we encourage you to explore what it can do firsthand at Audi Shreveport in Louisiana.

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