Owning an Audi is a luxury and you one that you have earned. An Audi comes with a performance level that is widely known and expected. When you purchase an Audi, you know that it will be sleek and beautiful inside and out. This attention to detail in the interior and exterior design is matched by the same quality under the hood. The engine is powerful and will allow your Audi to always run smoothly. With the proper care and maintenance, you can expect your vehicle to continue to perform that way for as long as possible.
Knowing when your Audi needs servicing is an important way to keep your vehicle up to the performance standards that you are used to. You and your Audi will benefit from maintaining to proper service schedule, especially when the servicing is performed by certified technicians that specialize in everything Audi.
The first step in ensuring that your Audi remains performing at an above-standard level is by following the proper maintenance schedule. The manufacturer will set these maintenance schedules and it is highly recommended that they are followed. The schedules can be found in your vehicle manual and you are also always welcomed and encouraged to ask your certified Audi specialist.
You will find that the maintenance schedules for your Audi are more rigid than other vehicles because there is a higher performance standard that needs to be maintained. For example, you will find that the engine of your Audi should be checked and serviced every 10,000 miles. Another regular maintenance timeline checkpoint is the safety features of your Audi. They should be checked every 2 years to ensure they are functioning properly. Also, every two years, the brake fluid should be replaced. In order to find your exact schedule, you will need to research by the year or model of your Audi.
The minor and standard maintenance checks are not performed as frequently, but should still need to be done. They are important pieces in providing your Audi with a healthy and long life. The first example is at every 10,000 miles, the engine should be checked for oil leaks. The engine oil levels and oil filters will also be checked at this time. The oil levels are important to maintain because they keep the engine lubricated and the engine parts functioning at the proper level.
Another part that should be checked every 10,000 miles are the brake parts. It goes without saying that the brakes are a vastly important part of your vehicle and your safety, so ensuring that these are checked regularly is beneficial to you.
A third example of a standard maintenance procedure is checking the coolant levels and the coolant system for any leaks or cracks. The coolant not only helps to keep you cool during periods of hot weather, but it also does the same for your engine.
Going to a professional automotive repair shop that is certified in Audi vehicles is the one final key to ensuring your Audi is properly functioning for as long as possible. At Pro Car Mechanics, we have vast knowledge about Audi and will provide services that you can rely on. Conveniently accessible from the areas of Gardena, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Glendale, and Anaheim, CA, we will ensure that quality time is spent with your Audi without the large prices that you would find at dealerships.
After running diagnostics with the newest and more reliable tools and equipment, we will give you a comprehensive list of parts needing servicing and when it is recommended for that servicing to take place. These recommendations are based on the manufacturer’s guidelines. We offer a free shuttle that will pick you up and drop you off at your chosen location while your vehicle is serviced. You can rest assured knowing that no part of the comprehensive testing is being skipped or shortcutted. Each part of your Audi has a maintenance schedule and we will work with you to keep your Audi on that schedule to ensure that nothing is missed or overlooked. We want you to continue to enjoy your Audi for as long as possible.