Why choose the gearbox as your dedicated garage for everything Audi related? At the gearbox, we believe every brand today requires specialized experts and technology for accurate repair & service. Therefore, at our expert Audi garage in Dubai, your car will be handled by certified Audi mechanics, who are experts on the complex mechanical and electrical systems of the classic and latest Audi vehicles.
Quick Overview of Audi Vehicle in the year 2022
Audi has been a symbol of advanced engineering
Audi is a German luxury car manufacturer based in Ingolstadt Germany and owned by Volkswagen AG. The name Audi dates back to 1910, but VW combined multiple companies into the modern “Audi” in 1969. Audi made its reputation in motorsport with the four-wheel drive rally champion Audi Quattro in the early 1980s. Volkswagen has positioned Audi as its upmarket competitor for Mercedes-Benz and BMW.
How Audi Names its Cars
Audi follows an easy naming format, for the most, occupying letters and numbers. Base models have an “A” label. Luxury sport models have an “S.” The fastest “RennSport” models have an “RS.” Audi has “Q” for its SUV line. The Audi TT and Audi R8 exist outside that classification. Audi retains "E-Tron" for its electric cars. Audi pairs letters with numbers 3 across 8 in the US. Higher numbers can describe different things in the car. It could mean a bigger, more powerful car, such as the A8; it could also mean a identical car with a different body type, as the Q8. (Whatever the distinction, it’s usually higher priced0
All Audi models offer Premium, Premium Plus, and Prestigious trim levels, with each level adding exclusive and tech options.
Here’s everything you need to know about repairs, maintenance, drawbacks and advantages of buying a new or used Audi.
How reliable is Audi?
Is an Audi reliable?
What are the most common problems in an Audi?
Which Audi is the most reliable model?
Which Audi is the least reliable?
How reliable is the Audi TT?
Is the Audi A5 Sport reliable?
How reliable is the Q5?
Audi is a car manufacturer that is known for its luxury. In the early 1990s, Princess Diana further advanced the brand onto the front page, and it became known as a car driven by the most prestigious women in the world.
Move forward 30 years and Audi continues to be a common purchase, for business and personal use.
With a number of the more expensive makes, questions about reliability have troubled Audi for the last few years.
So, exactly how reliable is Audi?
What are the most common Audi problems?
If you’re reading this and thinking about buying a new Audi, or perhaps thinking of buying a used Audi, then you should be aware of the most common problems that you may face when the car is a little older.
Audi Oil leaks
This is a problem that a number of Audi engines have, and as oil leaks can damage the engine electrics or even cause fire, it’s something you need to know.
If your Audi has an oil leak, then this is a sign that it could have damage to the engine. It’s something that you need to get repaired immediately. The longer you leave it the more harm will come to the engine.
Audi Electrical Issues and Components
The most common electrical issues experienced by Audi drivers are with the car lights. Unstable lights and rear lights damage at all have been seen repeatedly.
Fortunately, if these are issues that you’ve been facing, Audi offers a warranty that covers these particular issues, and they are quickly replaced. This means that electrical component malfunctions won’t be the most expensive issues to repair.
Audi Cam or Timing Belt
If you make sure to get your Audi regularly maintained and serviced at the gearbox, then you should be able to avoid the majority of issues – but even regular Audi maintenance can’t prevent all the problems.
Damage with your Audi Cam/Timing belt can be prevented by taking your car for a yearly or 10,000 KM service . Nonetheless, this is a problem that people have reported as one that can be expensive to repair. This is not necessarily because the belt needs replacing, but more because if it isn’t fixed, the ensuing damage a worn belt can do to the engine is expensive.
A damaged Cam/Timing belt that isn’t replaced can strongly damage the pistons.
Audi CV Axle Boots - Clunking sounds
This goes without saying, but clunking noises in your Audi are bad news.
If you hear a clunking sound when you take sharp turns, then this can be a sign that your CV Axle Boot is losing the grease. And you should get it inspected at a specialized workshop like the gearbox auto services.
If this isn’t repaired fast it can cause corrosion which will eventually be a far more expensive problem to repair.
When you start to notice issues with the Audi Axle CV Boot it’s best that you repair it quickly in order to remove any necessity to replace the entire Audi axle assembly. Make sure to find an expert mechanic shop like the gearbox auto services
Audi Exhaust and emission problems
This can be a serious problem. Some Audi models can experience malfunctions with the catalytic converter. There are different things that can cause this, including carbon build up that damages the converter and the circulation system. At the gearbox, we have the necessary equipment and tools to diagnose the carbon levels and get it repaired efficiently.
Audi Failing Spark Plugs
This is probably the most common problem with Audi cars. Failed spark plugs can cause ignition failure. You can avoid this problem by using OE spark plugs or new ones. Also, make to tune your engine according to the factory specifications. Luckily, this issue is not expensive to fix at the gearbox auto services.
Audi Slow Response from the Gearbox
It is exclusive to Audi A6 and Audi A7 transmission problems. The A6 and A7 models have automatic, CVT, and a Multitronic gearbox. It is prone to be a software issue if the gear shifting feels uncomfortable or hesitant while driving. Make sure to have your Audi checked by our specialists at the gearbox auto services. In several cases, you may even need to replace the transmission if the car has high mileage, because no matter how many times re-program the transmission you’ll still feel minor jerks in the gear.
Which Audi models are the most reliable?
Reliability data isn’t there for all Audi models that are for sale in the UAE, but looking at the reports from Reliability Index tells us that, as with any manufacturer, some models perform better than others.
These models were all awarded scores by Reliability Index, with the Audi TT performing the best. However, the A3 is the second most reliable model according to scores.
Which Audi models is the least reliable?
There are 3 Audi models that have more problems and experience more faults than others.
According to Reliability Index, these models only received enough data to provide a balanced review of the Audi Q5, which earned only 2 stars when brand new.