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Old 01-15-2019, 08:59 AM
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We also have a 2.0T and it always sounds like a tractor during acceleration. My dad thought that it was a diesel. Curious to hear what the outcome is after you take it to the dealership. Also, I have had alignment after alignment and the Q7 still eats the outer edge of the front tires. Last time I took it to the dealership, the service manager told me, "they are just heavy SUV's and that is why the tires don't last."
This is just sad.. we came from a Kia SUV with a V6,

Sad to say, but performance was better in the Kia, customer service also..

Audi seems like a broken brand...
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Old 01-17-2019, 09:24 PM
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Audi Dealerships have brushed me off like an ant several times for, 1.brake squeal 2. sunroof creaking 3. alignment issues

Not sure how they will receive this one?

Is there really something wrong with the engine, there was oil on the engine block almost 5,000km in,
Are you in Canada? Man this is the 10th bad Canada dealer story if so.
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Old 01-17-2019, 09:45 PM
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Are you in Canada? Man this is the 10th bad Canada dealer story if so.

Not sure about the United States, it sure sounds good down there, excellent customer service and quality checks on products,

Up here is Canada, it is a COMPLETE Nightmare, To Say The Least....
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Old 01-18-2019, 04:26 PM
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Not sure about the United States, it sure sounds good down there, excellent customer service and quality checks on products,

Up here is Canada, it is a COMPLETE Nightmare, To Say The Least....
Not always the case here according to many memebers experiences but seems better than Canada at least based on what's been said here.

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Old 01-18-2019, 05:49 PM
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When we we’re looking for a luxury SUV it came down to the Q7 & XC90, we liked everything about the XC90 except for the 4cyl engine that I told my wife sounded like a Diesel or a tractor. In my mind I was thinking that’s a lot of car for a 4cyl to push... Long story short we chose the 3.0 on the Q.
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When we we’re looking for a luxury SUV it came down to the Q7 & XC90, we liked everything about the XC90 except for the 4cyl engine that I told my wife sounded like a Diesel or a tractor. In my mind I was thinking that’s a lot of car for a 4cyl to push... Long story short we chose the 3.0 on the Q.
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When we we’re looking for a luxury SUV it came down to the Q7 & XC90, we liked everything about the XC90 except for the 4cyl engine that I told my wife sounded like a Diesel or a tractor. In my mind I was thinking that’s a lot of car for a 4cyl to push... Long story short we chose the 3.0 on the Q.
And if you need good towing capability the choice between these two becomes even more obvious.
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And if you need good towing capability the choice between these two becomes even more obvious.
Yup both of these are my reasons too.

4 cyl in an almost 2-ton vehicle is insulting - esp for the price.
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Originally Posted by whyman View Post
This is just sad.. we came from a Kia SUV with a V6,

Sad to say, but performance was better in the Kia, customer service also..

Audi seems like a broken brand...
Not a broken brand, honestly its a raging success these last 5 years. Your experience is bad, and I am really sorry - but most people don't come to a forum to talk about how they never have problems - so negatives are concentrated here. I've had 15 Audis and nothing like this in 20 years. My 2003 A3 and 2000 A4 are both still on the road with over 150k miles.
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Not sure about the United States, it sure sounds good down there, excellent customer service and quality checks on products,

Up here is Canada, it is a COMPLETE Nightmare, To Say The Least....
If it makes you feel any better, my dealership SUCKS. They refuse to fix anything, including squealing brakes that I brought to their attention within 30 days of ownership, which was in JUNE (not cold weather). I've heard every excuse in the book from these *******s, so this is my first and last Audi.

I know many dealerships work like this to deny, deny, deny the problems (under the pressure from the manufacturer?), but $74,000 for a ****ty car isn't acceptable to me.



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