Audi adds permanent 5-year warranty in Australia

Audi Australia is heralding the new year with the permanent introduction of a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty for all new Audi vehicles delivered from 2022. It follows a similar temporary retail offer that kicked off on 1 January 2021.

“We’ve listened to our customers and are proud to make our five-year warranty a permanent feature of the Audi ownership experience,” Audi Australia director Paul Sansom said.

“There are many aspects of Audi ownership that delight our customers, but we understand that the reassurance of a five-year warranty is very highly regarded. We are pleased to provide this valuable peace-of-mind for our customers.”

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The new offering applies to all new Audi vehicles delivered from 2022, including all S, RS and e-tron variants. In addition to the new five-year warranty, Audi provides 12 years manufacturer warranty for bodywork against corrosion perforation for new vehicles.

Audi Australia already makes comprehensive five-year service plans available for customers to purchase across the entire new vehicle range, providing further surety when it comes to vehicle running costs.

Servicing takes place every 12 months, or 15,000km, whichever comes sooner, according to the Audi Australia servicing schedule.

Audi Experience customer membership and Audi Roadside Assist are included for all in-warranty customers, and can both be re-activated for another 12 months following each scheduled service performed at an Audi dealership Service Centre.

The new Audi Australia warranty program replaces the former three-year, unlimited kilometre offering.

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