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Our Audi Service Center offers Audi Service, Diagnostic, Maintenance and Repair
We are known and trusted with providing superior service at our Audi service center. We are willing and capable of handling any maintenance and repair needs for your vehicle. Please don’t hesitate to call us with questions! We’d love to help you in any way we can!
Annual Audi service special $1299 includes loaner car for first time customers only. All service performed according to Audi make, model and year factory specifications.
Engine, Oil, Transmission, Clutch
Controlling numerous new Audi vehicles is the TFSI® motor. The TFSI (Turbo fuel stratified infusion) is the world’s first turbocharged direct infusion motor. This framework produces higher force yield and ideal motor reaction, all while giving more prominent eco-friendliness and diminished outflows.
The TFSI motor is accessible in
4-chamber, 6-chamber, and V-8 varieties.
At the highest point of the TFSI mountain is the 4.0-liter V8, which controls the highest point of-the-line Audi A8. This twin-turbo motor, combined with a 8-speed shift able programmed transmission, creates a noteworthy 450 drive, and 325 ft-lbs of torque. This motor is outfitted with “Cylinder on Demand” innovation, which implies that when working at part load, four of its chambers are deactivated.
Our Audi Service Center Guide recommends
The key to maintaining your Audi is to have a full inspection done once a year so that you can keep an eye out for wear and tear, but also to preemptively find any potential issues that might happen in the future. If driven daily driven, the annual service is done at every 12,500 miles. This will ensure that your runs at optimal performance throughout its lifetime.
Brakes, Rotors, Pads & Fluid
Ordinarily, all substitution brake rotors subsequent to being made are put away and dispatched with an oil or cosmoline applied to the brake rotor face. This is done to forestall rust during stockpiling and transport. Regularly, when it comes time to introduce the Audi brake rotor, the surged repairman doesn’t set aside the effort to evacuate this buildup trusting it will “consume off” directly after you apply the brake pedal a couple of times. It is imperative to get that if slick buildup is left on the brake rotor face you will possibly demolish your new brake rotors and cushions. Since the oil buildup will insert itself on the new brake cushions and become “coated.” This makes them “slip” rather than “chomp” into the new brake rotor face. The coated brake rotor or brake cushions produce more warmth while slipping and don’t consider the correct brake rotor and brake cushion break-in conditions to occur. This condition will make the brakes feel feeble when you push on the pedal.
Tires, Suspension & Alignment
The suspension’s job is to not only keep a comfortable ride; it is also to provide optimal handling characteristics. Properly functioning suspension will keep alignment within specification in a straight line as well as in the corners. Moreover, this keeps the tires from wearing unevenly. At each service interval, it is recommended to check the suspension of your Audi’s components for any squeaks, rattles, leakage, or play. Alignment can seriously affect both tire wear as well as the handling characteristics of a car. Therefore, it is imperative that the alignment is checked on a regular basis.
Tires are also wearable items that need to be checked at every service interval. Unfortunately, many owners tend to ignore their tires. As they are the only part of your vehicle that are in contact with the ground, they affect handling, acceleration, braking, and crucially, safety. Wear on your Audi will vary depending on driving conditions, driving style, and whether or not the vehicle is all-wheel drive or not.
We are pleased to offer Audi Diagnostic, Maintenance and Repair Services to better accommodate clients with this need. We use the most modern diagnostic instruments to ensure accurate inspections and to ensure your car is kept in optimum condition. Our Audi dealer alternative service offerings include the following:
- Audi Automotive Repair
- Audi Preventative Maintenance
- Audi Air Conditioning & Heater Service
- Audi Cooling System & Radiator Repair
- Audi Synthetic Motor Oil Replacement
- Audi Oil Filter Replacement
- Audi Brake Repair
- Audi Engine Diagnostic
- Audi Tune-Up
- Audi Belts, Hoses, Fluids
- Audi Air Filters
- Audi Alternators
- Audi Batteries
- Audi Headlights
- Audi Starters
- Audi Transmission Services
- Audi Struts
- Audi Fluid Level Checks & Corrections
- Audi Discounted Parts