Bought my Audi A4 1.8T in 2000. The
car was great, and it is so much fun
to drive. It is a pleasure to drive
in the snow. However, some how after 50,000
miles or so. I started hearing some rattling. The
dealerhips have no customer service,
and they are really rude. They charge
you thousands of dollars for parts and
labor charges that sometimes are more
expensive than the super expensive
parts. Then you get electrical
problems that cost $1,500 each to fix.
Be prepared to spend a lot of money in
maintaining this car. And even then
sometimes I think was it worth it?
Right now going between a G35 or a new
Heated Seats, Quatro, the Ski Sack
which for me I put fishing rods in.
Better customer service, lower prices for parts,
lower labor charges for repairs. Better reliability,
this is a luxury car which consumers spend a ton of
money for. The car's quality should
reflect this, rather than needing $2,000 in
repairs ever year. Build something
that you can be proud of.
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