Your Common Queries About Audi Servicing Have Been Answered

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One of the prime reasons why numerous people are nowadays willing to buy Audi is because these cars offer many benefits. It is one of the brands which focus on maximising customer service. The cars are recognised for their excellent performance and efficiency. Not only do they offer smooth engine and acceleration, advanced security and latest designs but also has customisable options. They provide the perfect blend of technology and safety features.

Though Audi cars have so much to offer, there are still a few people who have not bought them yet. This is primarily because they still have some common queries about servicing the car. The best professional who can answer all those is your Audi specialist. A majority of them have years of experience in the industry and are aware of the unique characteristics of every model of the brand.

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4 Common Queries About Audi Servicing Have Been Answered By Audi Specialists

  • “What Is Audi Maintenance Plan?”

What will be covered under your Audi maintenance plan is dependent on the Audi dealer you have approached. The best you can do is to take a look at the vehicle maintenance booklet. Generally, it covers the regularly scheduled maintenance services for one year. Some dealers even offer prepaid scheduled maintenance after the car has run 15000 kilometres or as recommended by the factory. How frequently you have to hire a mechanic for Audi servicing is dependent on which year your car model was made.

 

  • “Are Audi Cars Reliable?”

Audi is still now one of the top-ranked European brands according to Consumer Reports’ annual reliability rankings. It is more reliable than its German competitors. In fact, it is one of the few Volkswagen luxury brands which have improved greatly in the last few years. Audi cars have scored highly in terms of quality and design consistently with consumer surveys and reviews alike. As far as dependability is concerned, it is considered to be better than most.

 

  • “How Often Do They Require Oil Changes?”

Audi specialists generally suggest their customers to change the oil and filter once every year or after the car has run 15000 kms. There are even a few models which require oil changes after every 6 months or after the car has covered 8000 kms. Neither should you wait too long before draining the engine oil nor should you change it more often than required. If you are not quite sure about the duration, talk with your car specialist or go through the car manual.

 

  • “What Does The Audi Warranty Covers?”

The 2020 Audi Factory Warranty offers coverage on all their new cars, including SUVs. Your car will get coverage until it runs 50000 miles or for the first 4 years. Two additional perks of the warranty are 12-year limited Audi corrosion warranty and roadside assistance for a year. The manufacturer will take care of its components to keep them protected from wear and tear.

Since all your common queries about Audi servicing has been answered, make sure you approach an experienced car specialist before it’s too late.

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In order to support the Governments direction we have implemented relevant precautions to support social distancing for those still in our workshop, along with the addition of updated protocols in our vehicle handover processes. We are offering a collection and delivery service so no additional travel is required other than our own. Payment can be made via an online payment portal to avoid contact if required.

Just last week the Government relaxed the MOT requirements for both commercial vehicles and passenger cars, with commercial vehicles having a 3 month exemption and passenger cars a 6 month exemption beyond their expiry date. Garages and repair shops, along with storage and distribution facilities, are clearly identified as exceptions to the mandatory business closures and our role as their lifeblood from a transport perspective remains equally critical, underlining our obligation in terms of mobility for customers who need their vehicles for essential travel.

In light of those circumstances, we at Vagtek Ltd have reduced our operation to essential repairs and breakdowns only so as to support our customers and fulfil our obligations to keep the country, including our key workers, mobile.

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