Audi repairs can be pricey. While unexpected breakdowns are covered by the Audi factory warranty, drivers will need to purchase a Audi Extended Warranty to extend protection beyond four years.
To extend coverage beyond the factory warranty, you can either go with a dealer-backed plan, which is usually very expensive or a third-party contract. Both options can work for different situations, but we’ve noticed third parties usually provide more freedom and better prices. Some of the best extended warranty companies – such as Fidelity Warranty Services, Inc – cover nearly all Audi models, so we recommend getting your Free Quote to find the best deal.
It’s no surprise that most major repairs are needed after the original factory warranty has expired, which means you will have to deal with all the inconvenience, time, energy and expense of those repairs.
Depending on the age and mileage of your vehicle, you can purchase up to 120,000 miles of coverage. The Fidelity Extended Warranty Service Contract begins on the purchase date and expires according to the term and mileage selected, whichever occurs first, and may include a deductible depending on the option selected. You can select from a national network of over 6,000 authorized service centers or any licensed repair facility in the U.S. or Canada.
*Coverage level availability may be limited based on the age, mileage, make and model of your vehicle. Deductibles may apply.
Audi Factory Warranty is 4 years or 50,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper repairs on malfunctions caused by defective parts installed at the manufacturing plant. After the warranty period has expired, it is critical to stay covered with a Audi Extended Warranty Plan.