The Air Bag light would not go off in our 2004 Audi A6. The Dealer stated the passenger side Air Bay needed to be replaced at a cost of @$900.00. Is this typical for a 2004 car with 40,000 miles and no accidents. 4 Replies - Latest reply on 01/08/2010Add reply
New Q5-Water Pump Failure
I purchased my new Q5 and was very impressed with its styling, handling and overall purchase. Until.....I started the car one cold morning late January '10 and headed on my journey. Once stopped someone ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 02/01/2010
Bought 2004 Audi TT brand new. Had recurrent issues with automatic transmission. Transmission would slip from gear to gear. Car wound jump like if one does not know how to drive a manual transmission. Transmission would not get into gear so RPM revs but car does not move. Many times would bring to dealer to have it looked at but their answer would always be 'nothing wrong, can not duplicate problem.' Frustrating to have problem when we drive but dealer said each time there is nothing wrong. Now the transmission is dead. It has less than 70,000 miles on it. I researched and found transmission to be a common problem with Audi. It is unthinkable to have a brand name Audi to not address these important transmission issues adequately and to provide proper repair of these issues before complete breakdown. Very disappointed.2 Replies - Latest reply on 02/08/2012Add reply
2010 Audi Water Pump Failure
Buyer Beware - We leased a new 2010 Audi A-6 last January and were devastated to have our water pump fail after only 6000 miles!! To make matters worse, the failure occurred while we were almost 100 ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 11/12/2012
NEWTON -- They keep this ad on eBay for a 2000 VW Beetle GLS for $1999 even though when you call - the car has "just" been sold.
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So why don't they take down the ad?
Cuz they are scumbags that make you call them - won't tell you in email that the car is no longer available and when asked why they don't take the ad down - they say the ad will "eventually" be taken down.
What a crappy way to scam customers to think they might get a great deal on a car just to find out the "elusive deal" probably never existed!
Isn't this illegal?