It's the quietest and most refined car that I've ever had, bar none, and it's a diesel. Only had it yesterday but covered 175 miles of Welsh country A roads from Aberystwyth to Welshpool, with about 25 miles over the mountain from Llanidloes to Machynlleth on the way back. The display indicated just short of 45mpg, which isn't bad considering the hilly terrain and that it was picked up with 3 miles on the clock. It is in Urban Titanium with the cream leather interior. All the standard toys. The infotainment and control system is by far the most sophisticated that I have come across, even if it doesn't have a TV and 'dual-view' monitor like Range Rover. It has pretty much everything else that I can ever imagine wanting. Will be a while before getting to grips with all the features but I have activated the auto-dipping light feature, adjusted the 'get-you-home' light delay, got all four doors unlocking instead of just the drivers, and a few other things. The tow hitch is a work of art and nothing much of it can be seen when the ball has been removed. Not even the electric socket, which pivots up out of harms way behind the bumper. Not sure I like the engine auto-stop feature. It stopped the engine once or twice at traffic lights when I would have preferred it to idle for a few seconds longer before shutting down. No doubt I will soon get used to waiting a few seconds longer before pulling the handbrake and pulling the gears lever into neutral. Not sure if wife and daughter are as adaptable or whether they care though. Overall quality seems top rate. There are only one or two signs of cost cutting, most notably in that the door casings are of a hard plastic yet is easily flexible, which gives me the impression that it might start creaking and rattling as it ages. But that is speculation and it is currently a very hushed place to be. Rather surprised at the quality of the audio. It doesn't look much on paper with only six speakers and no real boasts made for it in the literature. Actually it is a very fine setup in terms of noise quality and the head unit/navigation/all-singing-and-dancing thing is absolutely superb. Plenty of room for people and luggage inside. Possibly marginally less in the back seats than my previous Q7 but perfectly adequate for two 6'2" large men to sit, one behind the other, in perfect comfort. Luggage space is larger than the Q7 by some margin. The depth makes a massive difference. One slight disappointment is that the, otherwise superb, tow hitch lacks a secure purpose-designed stowage tray. This is potentially a big and very heavy missile to have flying around the cabin in a bad accident. I will tie it down to the space-saver spare wheel today.