Worst mistake of my life the Audi A7
December 11, 2018
Bought my Audi A7 used with roughly 60,000 km. Did a complete check before buying it everything was perfect according to the inspection and computer test. 1,000 km in everything started to fall apart. First thing to go was the steering rack and pump , replaced it at a cost of 8,000 USD plus labor. shorty after oil leak started after investigating found out both oil cooler for the transmission and engine where faulty, replaced all fluids and coolers at a cost of 4,000 usd. Front sensors stooped functioning, this i believe was due to constantly removing and placing the front bumper. I have barely done 10,000 km on it and the engine oil cooler is broken again along with the radiator. Took it on a wench to the Audi repair and it has stopped turning on now, this time I am told its the starter motor. Please please I urge you never to buy this car, it is a lemon it would be more economical to buy a Ferrari, i have a friend who has put more kilometers on his Ferrari with lesser maintenance cost then my 3.0t A7. Further more this car has zero resale value as everyone knows the problems it has, i seem to be the only idiot who bought this car without reading reviews like the one I am writing. I love the way it drives and feel inside, but the reliability is horrible. I spoke to other Audi owners and they tell me the same thing, my friend bought the new Q7 2018 brand new and is having to constantly take it to the dealer for faults. Keep in mind this car company lied about emissions to save money, off course they will make there cars unreliable on purpose to suck your money out in repairs. I hate Audi because of my experience, and i will never recommend it to anyone and please take my recommendation stay away from Audi, unless you feel its alright just to burn your money in repairs to drive the car for a hindered kilometers before taking it back.
This car is so bad i cant tell people how bad it is to save face!!