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Are Audis expensive to repair?

Stephen Wright, 11 months ago

2 min read

  • Advice
  • Repair
2019-audi-q7

Find out how much it costs to repair and maintain an Audi.

Audis are luxury vehicles known for their sleek interiors and impressive bodywork. They are a highly desirable car make among motorists, with a reputation for innovation. 

However, the question that crops up time and time again from WhoCanFixMyCar customers relates to the cost of repairing and maintaining Audis compared to other popular cars on the market.

Content Guide:

Are Audis expensive to repair

Average costs

Cost saving tips


Are Audis expensive to repair?

While an Audi might be more expensive to maintain than, say, your average Ford, the brand has an excellent reputation for dependability. Thus, repair bills tend not to crop up as often as they do when it comes to slightly cheaper models with less reliable parts.

The main reason that repair costs are higher than average is that the replacement parts themselves are more expensive. However, driving with care and having your car serviced regularly will undoubtedly reduce the number of repairs required and improve the lifespan of each component.

The best way to find out how much it will cost to repair or service your Audi is to compare prices from reliable local garages using WhoCanFixMyCar.


Average Costs*

Average Audi Servicing Costs
Full Service£175.12
MOT£42.48
Full Service & MOT£204.80
Oil Change£82.99
Interim Service£112.98
Interim Service & MOT£142.03
Vehicle Health Check£45.66
Engine Carbon Clean£78.38
Brake Fluid Change£54.79
Winter Check£90.00
Summer Check£50.00

* This table uses data from quotes provided on WhoCanFixMyCar between 02/07/2021 and 30/09/2021


Cost Saving Tips

  • Warranties - Will undeniably come in useful if you anticipate multiple repairs.

  • Use the manufacturer recommended oil; this will prolong the life of your engine. For an Audi this is always a fully synthetic motor oil, refer to your manual for the grade spec recommendation.

  • Check car components regularly, to keep on top of maintenance i.e. oil, brake fluid and coolant. 

  • Check tyre pressure levels regularly and amend when needed, this makes for safer driving and longer-lasting tyres.

  • Drive carefully as riding the clutch or slamming the brakes will increase component longevity.

  • Keep the engine air filter clean as dirt will eventually destroy your engine. Keeping it nice, clean and lubricated makes it last a whole lot longer. Your engine is the most expensive part to repair, so it should be your main priority to protect it!

  • Study your owner's manual, doing all that is required of you and following any maintenance tips! If you can't find yours, there is likely to be a downloadable copy online.

If all these cost saving tips sound like a lot of hard work, it's good to know that having your car serviced regularly means you don't have to do things like checking the car's components, filters and liquid levels.


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