When you invest in an Audi vehicle, it’s likely you want that vehicle to last for as long as possible. That’s why Audi has a recommended service schedule for your vehicle model year. Following this will help your Audi keep running smoothly throughout its lifespan.
For 2017 model year vehicles, there are two maintenance schedules you should keep track of. The first is for minor maintenance, while the other focuses on standard maintenance. Minor maintenance service is recommended every 10,000 miles or one year, depending on which comes first. During this maintenance, your vehicle should have its brake system checked, oil changed, and its tires checked for proper pressure and rotated. The on-board diagnosis should also be checked, along with the windshield washer and headlight system.
Standard maintenance should occur every 20,000 miles or every two years. During this type of maintenance, your Audi’s automatic transmission should be checked, along with your battery and cooling system. All of your interior and exterior lights should also be checked, along with various features, including your panoramic sunroof, doors, convertible top latch, and spoiler, if your vehicle has these items.
The recommended maintenance schedule for a 2016 Audi model is similar to the one above, though its time intervals are shorter. Standard maintenance, which includes oil changes, brake system checks, and cooling system checks should occur within your vehicle’s first 5,000 miles or the first year. After that, standard maintenance should be completed every 10,000 miles or within one year, depending on which comes first.
Major maintenance should occur at 15,000 miles or two years, whichever comes first. After that, it should be performed every 20,000 miles or two years.
2015 Audi models have similar maintenance schedules to 2016 models. Standard maintenance should begin within the first 5,000 miles or within the first year. This includes getting your Audi’s oil changed, brakes checked, and cooling system checked. Once that’s complete, standard maintenance should occur every 10,000 miles or within one year. When your vehicle reaches 15,000 miles or its second year, you should have its major maintenance completed, including getting its spark plugs and battery checked, along with having its tires and wheels examined.
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