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The roads are endless so whether you have 3 hours or 3 days to getaway, make the most of it. Sometimes the best sights are the ones right in your own backyard. We spent last weekend fitting in some of the best fall sights in Utah staycationing right here at home. Below are 5 reasons to love the Audi Q7 on a road trip:
Space. It’s really open and there’s plenty of leg room in the front as well as the back. It also has a full sun roof that stretches along the majority of the roof of the car which makes it feel a lot more open.
Do it all at the touch of a button. I love that everything has a push button – from the push button start to remote folding rear seats. It makes it easier to flip the seats up or down while trying to get the kids situated.
The Look. Yes it’s an SUV but it still has that sleek design and clean lines that you look for in a ride. So many people commented on how they liked the look of the Q7.
Technology. The car’s main stereo console drops down into the front dash which is sweet. I was also blown away by the driver assistance systems. From the adaptive cruise control to the traffic jam assist, it’s amazing how far they have come with technology.
Last but not least, our favorite part of the Q7 was the virtual cockpit. The fully digital dashboard allowed me to have the Google Earth map right in front of me and the radio on the center screen for the kids to play with.
There are so many cities to see that you couldn’t possibly hit them all in your lifetime – but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try. We are launching a new series sharing our 72-hour trips fitting in some of the coolest things each city has to offer. First up, Beverly Hills.
| STAY | : Beverly Wilshire – Cool views, good food, a perfect location, and the nicest people – what else is there? Everyone at the Beverly Wilshire was beyond nice and very helpful suggesting activities to do in the area.
| EAT | : NOBU – It’s always nice to go outside the bubble and try something different from what home has to offer so we always make sure we never eat a meal at a restaurant we have back home. NOBU was worth the hype – great food and cool ambience.
| SEE | : Malibu Rocky Oaks – This winery is a must-see for everyone. I don’t drink but the views were some of the most amazing I’ve ever seen. There’s nothing like a 360° view of Beverly Hills at sunset to put your trip over the top.
| RIDE | : Mercedes Convertible – The perfect year-round weather and amazing views in Beverly Hills call for a convertible. We got this Mercedes from MCar and it was one of the highlights of the trip. They had some of the coolest cars to choose from and the cool ride really put the trip over the top.