Any car owner will tell you that regular maintenance is important. It'll ensure that every component works as intended-keeping you safe on the roads of Peabody, Danvers, and Beverly for a long time.

However, some people aren't sure when maintenance for their Q7 is needed. Therefore, the team at Audi Peabody created this Audi Q7 maintenance schedule. We'll cover the various types of work that our technicians will complete. Then, you can always bring the SUV to our dealership for service.

Minor Maintenance - Every 10,000 Miles

The first batch of maintenance checks will occur when the Audi Q7 reaches 10,000 miles and once a year after that.

This Minor Maintenance grouping will include the following steps:

  • Check the thickness of the brake pads.
  • Change the engine oil and replace the oil filter.
  • Complete a multi-point inspection.
  • Reset the service reminder indicator display.
  • Check and record the completeness and expiration date of the tire repair kit, if applicable.

Standard Maintenance - Every 20,000 Miles

Then, there's Standard Maintenance, which happens after there are 20,000 miles on the odometer of the Q7. It'll then continue every two years throughout vehicle ownership.

This type of maintenance will include everything mentioned above. It'll also add on many more thorough checks that include the following:

  • Visually look over the body and chassis-including the doors, hood lid, and trunk lid-for any paint damage or corrosion.
  • Check the brake system for any damage or leaks. Also, check the condition of the brake hoses and presence of any bleeder caps.
  • Lubricate the door hinge and door latch. This includes the door stay on the hinge.
  • Inspect the freeze protection and coolant level of the engine cooling system.
  • Check all the exterior lighting operations: front and rear lights, turn signals, cornering lights, reverse lights, license plate lights, and hazard warning lights.
  • Inspect the wiper blades and replace, if necessary.
  • Check the underbody for any damage or leaks. Check the wheel well liners and make sure that the underbody paneling and all lines are properly mounted.
  • Inspect the function of the seat belts.
  • Perform a road test.

Additional Maintenance Items

The aforementioned maintenance checks will occur at regular intervals. However, there are some tasks that may happen less frequently.

For example, the spark plugs should be replaced every 40,000 miles or six years, whichever comes first. However, this should be done for models with a 4-cylinder engine. If your Q7 has a 6-cylinder engine, you can have the spark plugs replaced after 60,000 miles or six years.

Once you've hit 60,000 miles on the odometer, though, the ribbed V-belt compressor drive will need to be replaced. Additionally, the air filter should be changed out at the 60,000-mile maintenance check.

Schedule Audi Q7 Service Today

By keeping up with routine maintenance, you can continue to enjoy driving your Audi Q7 for many years and miles.

To get your vehicle looked over by the Audi Peabody team of technicians, don't wait. Schedule service near Peabody, Danvers, and Beverly today!

Contact Our Team


Audi Peabody

252 Andover St
Directions Peabody, MA 01960

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  • Parts: 978-605-2181


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