Don't tell her, my wife probably wouldn't notice if I kept the colour and interior the sameI am planning to get mine extended when the original warrant expires but i am thinking SQ5 with ABT tuning and body kit. how do i convince my MRS that this the berst idea ever?
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I had that for two years, but that offer has now been withdrawn and its been replaced by the £750 contribution to any repairs needed on the following years MOTIf you get your Audi serviced by an approved Audi garage / service centre you get free MOT's for life. It's on there website. I have done it for the last two years. Not sure why they don't advertise it more.
Any details on this as £324 for 3 years reviving and first mot sound quite good value?Actually Audi offer a 3 year Service Plan which includes the first service plus first MOT for £324. Is this worth it as an MOT costs around £45 but not sure what first service costs any other problems should be taken covered by the 3 year warranty. I suppose if you set up your car for annual servicing it makes sense but variable eg every 2 years maybe not??
Yeah your right, it appears it has been withdrawn to get an MOT on its own. But as you say you pay the £50 for an MOT and get up to £750 including vat for repairs the following year. Or like it was originally you had to keep your car getting serviced by an approved service centre to qualify for your free MOT but now you get a free MOT if you get a service at the same time. So you just have to time your service for the same time for your MOT renewal.I had that for two years, but that offer has now been withdrawn and its been replaced by the £750 contribution to any repairs needed on the following years MOT