While your Audi is undeniably a precision-engineered vehicle, all that power and performance would be wasted without the suspension. Your suspension is what makes the vehicle drivable and keeps you from being bounced to pieces while driving down the road. However, suspension components suffer from wear and tear and will eventually need to be repaired or replaced.
Your vehicle’s suspension is directly related to your comfort while driving, but it’s also tied into the car’s handling. Depending on the model in question, your suspension system includes tie rods, bushings, bearings, springs, stabilizer bars, ball joints, struts, and more. They all work in tandem to ensure that the vehicle handles correctly and that you’re comfortable while driving. As a note, while the steering and suspension systems are technically separate, they interrelate.
It can be difficult to diagnose suspension-related issues on your own. It often involves some guesswork – is my car riding rougher today than it did before? Did it always feel that way going around this particular curve? It’s exacerbated by the fact that tire issues like low or high air pressure can also change the way your car drives.
To help you make an informed decision about your Audi suspension repairs, the pros at Euromotive have put together a list of some common signs and symptoms to watch for:
Of course, it can be difficult to determine what’s “normal” and what’s not when it comes to your car’s suspension, ride quality, and handling. If you aren’t sure what’s wrong, we can help with a professional inspection and diagnosis before making any repairs or replacements.
If you have noticed any of the symptoms above or just feel that “something’s not right”, we recommend bringing your car in to Euromotive. Our team will inspect your entire suspension system, identify problem areas, and then discuss your options. Our team is fully trained to work on all Audi models and we have OEM suspension parts on hand in case you need both repairs and replacements. Plus, because we understand that the steering and suspension systems are interrelated, we will align your car after any suspension work is done.
Whether you need struts replaced, have damaged springs, a damaged anti-sway bar, or something else, we can help. Contact us today by calling (954) 944-2779. You can also use our online schedule to set your appointment right now. Our service center is convenient to Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and many other areas in South Florida.
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Hallandale Beach, FL 33009