I asked my wife what car she liked and she picked out a Q7. I never had an Audi but one of our friends lived their Q7 so we went looking. I found a 2018 with 66k mikes on it in our price range at Westmont Audi. We took it for a text drive and immediately the brakes sounded like they were grinding. Once we were assured that the dealership would look at and fix the brakes we finalized the deal. The car buying experience was good. The next day they picked up the car as promised and we were told the brakes just needed to be cleaned and they had 7mm on the pad. We took the car in at 74k for service and was told we need front brakes because they were down to 4mm. Now I am not a rocket scientist but pads were driven 66k miles and used 3mm of pad, I drove another 8k and used 3mm of pad. I was upset, I also had a child lock malfunction warning Light come on and was told that I need to pay for a update on the software? I feel the dealership should pay for the new pads and update the software. I paid for the extended warranty. Love the car not the dealership.