You love your Audi. It’s refined yet powerful, sporty yet elegant. You want to keep it in good shape so you can enjoy it for years to come. The key to doing that is following the Audi factory schedule service recommendations.
Like all other automakers, Audi recommends that you have your vehicle serviced at regular intervals. You’ll have minor services and major ones spread across the life of the vehicle. At Euromotive, our team of European import specialists understands and follows Audi’s recommendations to help you maintain your car correctly.
The first service (on a 2017 or newer model) will be an oil change and tire rotation at 10,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first. Make sure that if you do not take your car to Euromotive, that the shop in question uses the recommended oil (full synthetic). This should also include a full inspection of the brake system, tire condition, and other components.
At 20,000 miles, you’ll need to have your oil and filter changed again, but you’ll also need additional services. The transmission should be checked for operation and leaks. The battery and charging system should also be checked. Door locks and hinges should be lubricated, all the lights should be checked, axles should be inspected, CV boots should be checked, and the sunroof (if present) should be cleaned and checked. The pollen filter will also be replaced now and then again every 20,000 miles.
At 30,000 miles, you’ll have the same basic service as you did at 10,000. Your spark plugs should also be replaced every 30,000 miles or three years for some models.
At 40,000 miles, you have what’s called a standard service, which is the same as what occurred at 20,000 miles, but you will also need to have your coolant checked. Full lubrication of components is also included with this service, such as the fuel door and hood safety latch. Safety belts are inspected, as is the headlight washing system. Note that some models require their spark plugs replaced every 40,000 miles or every six years.
This is another minor service, including an oil change (and tire rotation if necessary).
At 60, you’ll have the same service as at 40,000 but the air filter will be changed.
Understanding Audi Factory Schedule Service
Your schedule of services will vary greatly depending on the model you drive. For instance, the rear differential fluid must be changed every 60,000 miles in the S7 only, while the V-belt on the engine must be replaced every 60,000 miles on the A6 45 TFSI only. It takes a great deal of training to understand and follow the Audi factory schedule service recommendations.
At Euromotive, our team is fully trained to follow Audi’s schedule and can help ensure your car stays in top condition. Call our Fort Lauderdale office today at (954) 944-2779 or schedule your appointment online
. You can easily reach our repair center from Miami, South Beach, Coral Gables, and other parts of South Florida.