Are you currently shopping for a Audi Extended Warranty or for a Vehicle Protection Plan? The original warranty the manufacturer provided for the vehicle about to expire? Have you recently bought a new or used Audi? Were you aware that you don't need to purchase extended warranty coverage from the dealer? A better choice would be to purchase a high-quality vehicle protection plan backed by a responsible, reputable company.
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All models have the option of Audi's fantastic Quattro all-wheel drive system. This system can turn your luxury car into a nimble, performer. However, it can cost you a small fortune, if it ever breaks.
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Audi offers a wide range of cutting-edge features. But, these systems are complex, and require skilled technicians to make repairs.
Here are some experiences people from the Edmunds forum have had with the Audi:
I haven't had any experience with the CVT but I had an 06 A4 turbo Quatro and it was really fast and responsive (like my c-5 Corvette) but it broke down 2 times in less than 6 months(lucky it was under warranty) the coils kept burning out...
I have completely replaced my suspension uppers and lower control arms Struts sway bar links, Tie Rod ends, countless Alignments they still cant seem to get it right. Oh and I replaced the Transmission with another used Transmission. Replaced 2 front window regulators, the material on the roof started to hang down. I fixed it myself. the LCD screen on the dash when bad also the radio LCD is bad. replace 2 wheel sensors, I still have a bad Catalytic converters acutally both of them, and O2 sensors...
My experience with my 2009 A4 S-Line has not been great. With less than 28000 miles, I've had three warranty repairs. After the first year, the engine cooling fans replaced because the bearings where going out, this past spring all the door sensors for the key-less entry were replaced and this past weekend, the alternator failed and left me stranded on the highway with a dead battery on a Sunday afternoon. I spend a night in a hotel and missed a day of work...