Having a Full Audi Service History

Optimal Driving Performance with an Audi Service

Aesthetically and mechanically, each make and model of a vehicle is different and that runs true when taking care of the maintenance of your vehicle and the type of Audi service conducted that will best suit your vehicle.

Each Audi service options differs from the next because of several variables that will affect how your Audi service is administered. These are factors that apply to your car and the chosen garage or service you are being provided such as; whether it is an interim service or full Audi service, the car’s status and condition and the service of special deals offered from various garages.

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Checking Everything Is in Perfect Working Order

Each vehicle has its very own service schedule which should be adhered to ensuring specific components on your vehicle are in a healthy condition for your car to be running at its optimal level of performance and efficiency. If like many you have no idea when and how frequently your Audi service should be, make sure to check your manual pack as it will usually be enclosed within.

So, what does an Audi service check and assess on your car? Of course, its dependant on the condition of each component to see which require some essential maintenance. Some mechanical parts on the car may still be in very good condition in comparison and therefore need less attention.

These system checks and Audi service adjustments include:    

  • Testing Car Battery
  • Hydraulic fluid and coolant level
  • Lights, tyres and exhaust
  • Steering alignment, steering operations
  • Suspension and brakes
  • Fine-tune engine and engine efficiency checks
  • Engine oil change and filter replacement

Choosing a full Service or Interim Audi Service?

There are 2 different service options available for your vehicle and the one you choose is entirely up to you. However, these two services do differ! An interim Audi service is the more basic service of the 2. Within this service, the essentials such as the oil, oil filter, horn, lights, brake and exhaust are just a few of the components that are meticulously checked or changed; as well as some additional safety checks.

Alternatively, a full-service check is a more in-depth and detailed check but as you might imagine this is a more costly service. The full-service package includes all the checks that typically come with the interim service but with a further 29 points of interest. We would always advise going for the best level of service you can afford.