Extended Warranty

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Audi Extended Car Warranty

The Audi extended car warranty is an extension of the manufacturing defect warranty. When looking for an Audi extended warranty you must ask the following questions:

  • Does the warranty cover me against failure as a result of wear and tear?
  • Does the warranty cover me against failure as a result of overheating?
  • Does the warranty cover me against repairs necessary as a result of the failure of an uninsured part?
  • Does the warranty cover me against failures found during servicing or MoT?
  • Does the warranty let me choose where to have the car serviced and repaired?
  • Does the warranty cover me against failure due to oil degradation even if the car has been serviced correctly?

By protecting your Audi with a warranty from Warranty Direct you will be covered in every instance above!

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Audi A2 (2000-2005)

This was the vehicle that was meant to revolutionise the city car genre, thanks to its weight-saving aluminium construction. But high prices, indifferent reviews and the fear of costly crash repairs all conspired to steer potential buyers in alternative directions. Now the A2 is only available used, it offers decent value for money and something just a little different from the norm - along with a healthy dose of four-ringed one-upmanship.

Audi A3 (1996-2003)

The A3 is expensive new or used - but it's fabulously engineered and offers some great power plants. Cars with an image as strong as the A3's will always be in demand, so who are we to decide whether it's good value or not?

Audi A4 (2000-2006)

For a long time, BMW and Mercedes were ahead in the image stakes, but now Audi has well and truly caught up. As a result, the company's cars are now getting very common - although that just means there's more to choose from on the used market. With saloon, estate and cabriolet models to choose from, plus a cracking range of engines and transmissions, you won't struggle to find an A4 that's right for you.

Audi A6 (1997-2004)

A fabulously understated car, the second-generation A6 now looks dated but is still very capable. In Avant form it's also especially capacious and some of the engines fitted are truly great. While the ultimate is an RS6, in the real world a 2.5TDi Avant is one of those rare cars that's a truly superb all-rounder.

Audi A6 (2004-2011)

Beautifully built, ergonomically perfect and good (if not necessarily great) to drive, the A6 makes a great used buy; it also looks smart and is ultra-capacious in avant (estate) form. With a choice of great engines and the availability of quattro four-wheel drive, the A6 also makes an excellent tow car. Running costs can be steep on high-mileage cars though, thanks to high parts and labour costs, so buy with care

Audi A8 (1994-2003)

After its ill-fated V8 saloon, the A8 should have done great things for Audi. However, despite the innovation of an aluminium bodyshell, buyers stayed away, tempted into BMW and Mercedes showrooms instead. Often overlooked and frequently under-rated, the A8 is a luxury car bargain if you buy well. And that's the trick; seemingly small faults can have large bills attached, so look at several cars before buying.

Audi A8 (2003-2010)

If you want value for money, nowhere will you find more of it than in the luxury segment - something the Audi A8 demonstrates only too well. Available at astonishingly low prices, the A8 offers everything at ridiculously low prices - and running costs needn't be high either. Offered with some fantastic engines, including some amazingly frugal diesels, the A8's aluminium construction helps when it comes to agility and fuel efficiency, while the standard fitment of quattro four-wheel drive also ensures the A8 is more sure-footed than most rivals too. What's not to like?

Audi TT (1999-2006)

Proving that all modern cars are not designed the same; the TT still looks like nothing else. While it was once the height of cool, years of familiarity mean the TT's halo has slipped a little. That's great news for the used TT buyer, as values have softened; but there are lots of TTs out there which aren't as good as they seem, so be careful.

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