Why trust us with your Audi repair?
Known for and designed with safety, optimal performance and innovative technology in mind, even an Audi needs some TLC once in a while. That’s where we come in! We provide Audi service for new and used cars and SUVs from 1996 to new vehicles, including the following Audi models:
- A4, S4
- A5, S5
- A6, S6
- A7, S7
- A8, S8
- RS 3
- RS 4
- RS 5
- RS 6
- RS 7
- TT Coupe
- TT RS
To better serve the needs of our Boulder area customers, we’ve developed expert skills at maintaining the safety, mechanics, performance and durability of the entire line of Audi vehicles
- Our mechanics have over 36 years of combined Audi service experience.
- We’ve been repairing Audi vehicles, cars and SUVs since 2013.
- Our staff includes three ASE certified Audi mechanics.
- We offer state-of-the-art diagnostic software tools to ensure optimal results.
- We commit to quality repairs by putting our words & actions into gear.
About your Audi
Your Audi is an award-winning vehicle that goes beyond performance and safety. Its unmistakable exterior with its lightweight, less-is-more construction, signature single-frame grille and distinctive LED daytime running lights and headlights, make a distinctive Audi style statement. Its four ring logo has also been a recognizable detail since 1932 when it merged with three other German car makers—Horch, DKW, and Wanderer–to form Auto Union AG.
As part of the Volkswagen group, Audi has manufactured cars for over 100 years. Named after its founder, Audi’s sedans, SUVs, Crossovers, Coupes, Convertibles, Sports Cars and Wagons have been known for their advanced technology, engineering, roomy and luxurious interiors and innovative design. The car company boasts intuitive operating systems for navigation, safety, parking assistance, all-wheel drive, speed, entertainment and much more.
And what about functionality and Audi reliability? Audi’s biggest seller has been its line of sedans and SUVs. Both models boast stylish features, affordability, luxury, safety, and a turbo charged four-cylinder engine, making these vehicles award-winning and a Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
Top 10 Audi Repair Issues
Each Audi has its own character, strengths and weaknesses. And while it’s close to perfect, we’ve become experts in identifying and making some of the most common Audi service repairs:
AUDI REPAIRS & COSTS:
- Engine stalling and misfiring – Replacement of the spark plugs and or ignition coil tends to fix the issue.
- Exhaust Component Failure – Catalytic converter replacement is a common repair issue with Audis. We recommend finding the cause of this costly repair to prevent it from happening again.
- Oil Leakage – Engine oil leaks from the valve cover gaskets and camshaft chain tensioner gasket are also common repair issues.
- Check Engine Light – This typically results due to vacuum leakage, oxygen sensor and or fault with the catalytic converter.
- ABS Light – Anti-lock brake system (ABS) control modules can fail, resulting in the ABS light to illuminate.
- Digital Display on Instrument Cluster Failure – In this case, replacement of the entire instrument cluster tends to correct this issue.
- Check Engine Light and or Engine Overheating – Your Audi’s thermostat may occasionally stick open or closed and should be replaced.
- Noise from the Suspension Components – The premature wear and tear of Multi-Link Suspension components is also a common issue with Audis.
- Rainwater collecting at the base of the windshield – Keeping the tray clear of leaves, pine needles and other debris is highly recommended.
- Brake Pedal Pulsation – Replacing the front brake pads and rotors tend to fix this issue.
Repairs can be costly, especially if the recommended maintenance has been neglected. We help you cut costs by keeping up on your Audi maintenance schedules and prioritizing repairs that need immediate attention versus ones that can wait. By sourcing the best parts for the money and by providing the best technicians to work on your car, we save you money! That’s what makes our pricing VERY competitive.
We generally use original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts ONLY if they are cost-efficient. Otherwise, we’ll source an equally durable aftermarket part. We’ll help you save money this way!